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Tag Archives: refugees
On Friday I blogged about the terrorist attack on the border with Egypt, in which I quoted the news report: Unconfirmed: One soldier was killed, and 2 seriously injured in the attack Sadly, that report turned out to be correct. … Continue reading
A group of Eritrean refugees has become trapped on Israel’s border with Egypt after trying to cross illegally into Israel, behind the new security fence that has finally been constructed along the border’s length. Israel is refusing to allow entry … Continue reading
Guardian’s Khaled Diab decries Palestinian fixation on right of return, but aims for one-state solution instead
This article is a cross-post from CiFWatch. It’s Naqba Day, and the Guardian is certainly not one to miss an opportunity to bash Israel. Yesterday’s contribution to this landmark day was an article by Khaled Diab who is: …a regular … Continue reading
This is a cross-post from CiFWatch. Last week the Guardian slaked its anti-Israel obsession with an article written by Phoebe Greenwood focusing on a proposed detention center for refugees and illegal infiltrators into Israel. The tone of the article is … Continue reading
Here’s another video from Israel’s Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon which flew in under my radar last week while I was busy with family stuff. He explains the truth about the Palestinian refugees in his usual succinct and … Continue reading
Obama tells UN to consider Israel’s security re Palestinian statehood – but do the Palestinians really want a state?
Kicking off the UN’s new General Assembly session, US President Obama’s speech made a refreshing change in his tone towards Israel and its security needs, as the JTA reports: President Obama appealed to the United Nations to recognize Israel’s security … Continue reading