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Tag Archives: 1948
Last night we received the very sad news that Rabbi She’ar Yashuv HaCohen, former Chief Rabbi of Haifa and a leading light of the national religious Zionist public, passed away at the age of nearly 89. The Rabbi was a … Continue reading
This Sunday, the 15th of May, was “Nakba Day”, or “Disaster Day” if you want to translate from the Arabic. The Arabs instituted it as their answer to Israel’s Independence Day and mark it on the civil calendar date, as … Continue reading
With the world’s obsessive focus on the plight of Palestinian refugees (who are the fattest, best fed and most educated of any refugees anywhere in the world) and with the current Middle East refugee crisis swamping Europe, it is of … Continue reading
The words “Middle East” and “refugees”, when placed together, immediately conjure up a picture of Palestinians fleeing the fighting in Israel’s War of Independence in 1948 (known by the Palestinians as “the Nakba”, the Disaster), although lately they also bring … Continue reading
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
This is another guest post by Brian Goldfarb (with some input from me). The thesis of this article, “Israel Vindicated“, from The Times of Israel is hardly new to (most) readers of this site: that the Jews of the Yishuv … Continue reading