Tag Archives: Zionism

The artificial Palestinian identity and the “right of return”

The Palestinians claim that since they are separate national identity, they are entitled to “the right of return” as a basic inalienable right, and this forms a central, irrevocable platform in the “peace” negotiations with Israel. I have addressed this … Continue reading

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Guest Post: RIP Nelson Mandela

This is a guest post by frequent commenter and contributor Brian Goldfarb.  Just a few words of introduction: I feel very ambivalent about Nelson Mandela (see the rest of this post for an explanation) and didn’t know how to approach … Continue reading

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A closer look at the New Antisemitism (hint: it’s the same as the old)

Like a virus, the old antisemitism has mutated into a new version, although the old version is still in place as well.  The modern version of antisemitism has replaced the Jewish people and the Jewish religion with the state of … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

It’s time for another Good News Friday post. My first item is the good news that despite the wailing and gnashing of teeth that the younger generation are not motivated or patriotic enough, a new report tells us that in … Continue reading

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Anti-Zionism is bigotry

Melanie Phillips nails it when she calls out anti-Zionism for what it is – bigotry. Ms. Phillips is never backwards in coming forwards in pointing out the double standards relating to Israel, but this latest article of hers is outstanding. … Continue reading

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Durban III – the UN’s hatefest

This coming Thursday, September 22nd, the UN will be holding another “anti-racism conference“, commonly known as Durban III after the first  “UN World Conference Against Racism”, which took place in Durban mere days before the 9/11 attacks.  The esteemed Anne … Continue reading

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