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Light relief in Lawfare: Israel and Italy sued for the crucifixion

In contrast to the never-ending abuse of Israel in the UN and its institutions, I never dreamt I would burst out laughing on reading an article about a threat to take Israel to the International Criminal Court. Yet this was … Continue reading

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Undermining Jewish history and the Jewish connection to Eretz Yisrael

The assault by Israel’s enemies on Israel’s sovereignty and integrity takes many forms: from all-out war by standing armies to asymmetric warfare via terrorist attacks and missiles launched at civilians, to “lawfare”, boycotts (BDS) – and since most of these … Continue reading

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The Legal Case for Israel

Further to my earlier post about the use of human rights in lawfare against Israel, Professor William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection has brought us a brilliant video by Professor Eugene Kontorovich, an international law expert, who explains the legal case … Continue reading

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The inappropriate use of the Fourth Geneva Convention

Further to my previous post about the use of human rights in “lawfare” against Israel, I came across the following well-researched article by Eli E. Hertz from the excellent “Myths and Facts” website, which explains the inappropriate use of the … Continue reading

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Human Rights as a weapon of lawfare against Israel

Even though these stories are from the last week or two they are still as relevant as ever. In fact if you look through any articles about the UN and Israel they will sound like reruns, and in effect they … Continue reading

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