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Category Archives: Terrorism
Last week we were dismayed to learn that the Islamic hate preacher Sheikh Ekrima Sabri had been invited by EuroPal, a pro-Palestinian group to speak in Parliament (!). The Zionist Federation posted on Facebook: The notorious Islamist hate preacher who … Continue reading
Last Thursday Barcelona became the latest European target of “sudden Jihad syndrome”, when a Muslim terrorist drove a van directly into a crowd of bystanders, killing 14 innocent people. The 14th victim was 7 year-old Julian Cadman, a British-Australian boy. … Continue reading
The fast of Tisha Be’Av, the 9th day of the month of Av, began tonight and will end tomorrow night at sundown. It is the saddest day in the Jewish calendar. As I wrote in a previous Tisha Be’Av post: … Continue reading
It has been a devastating week and it is hard even to think of writing any good news. Added to that, this Shabbat is Shabbat Hazon, the saddest Shabbat of the year, preceding Tisha B’Av which falls on Tuesday. The … Continue reading