Category Archives: International relations

A civil uprising in Iran

It looks like a civil revolution is taking place in Iran, where the people are rising up against the regime of the Mad Mullahs. The courage, the sheer bravery of the Iranian citizens is awe-inspiring. They face arrest, torture and … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

This week’s Good News Friday post opens with the startling – and very good – news that the US killed the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Group Corps – Al Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani last night. Make no mistake about … Continue reading

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Antisemitism in America – Monsey stabbing attack is the worst in the latest wave

The subject of antisemitism in America is something I never thought would become “a thing” and I certainly never imagined it would become a series to write about. On Saturday night a domestic terrorist, for want of a better term, … Continue reading

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Wishing Merry Christmas to my Christian friends

I would like to wish all my Christian readers and friends a (slightly belated) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May 2020 be a year of peace, happiness and prosperity for all of us. PM Netanyahu extended Christmas greetings to … Continue reading

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Very Good News Friday – The Tories win the UK General Election by a landslide

Today’s Good News Friday post will more or less write itself with the glorious news that Labour was thoroughly trounced by the Conservatives in the British General Election yesterday.  Boris Johnson led the Conservatives to their best result since Margaret … Continue reading

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US Administration: The settlements do not violate international law

History was made on Monday evening when US Defence Secretary Mike Pompeo made the historic announcement that the US refutes the concept of the illegality of the settlements – otherwise known as Jewish homes and factories in Judea and Samaria. … Continue reading

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