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(A slightly edited version of this article was first published in the Algemeiner.) The Jerusalem Post ran an interesting piece on Friday on Israel’s Greatest Victory. This victory is not any of its military feats, stunning and miraculous as they … Continue reading
It’s not easy getting back into blogging again after our short holiday in the Galilee, especially with the constant surfeit of bad news. But a useful way to ease myself back in is by indulging in yet more schadenfreude at … Continue reading
I often write about “perfidious Albion”, referring to the hypocrisy and two-faced bias of Britain against Israel. But in the last few years under the Obama Administration, it is America, or more precisely the State Department, that has earned the … Continue reading
In what could be termed “a perfect storm”, both the EU and the US have chosen this precise moment,at a time when we are under constant attack by Palestinian terrorists in our streets and our homes, to defame us, to … Continue reading
Yes, even after another bad week like the one that has just passed, there is still good news to be found, so here is my latest Good News Friday installment. My first item relates to the current festive season – … Continue reading
In my earlier post on the EU’s settlements-labelling guidelines, I called it a boycott. However the EU, in reaction to criticism of its which went into practice today, insist that it is not a boycott, but merely a technical issue, … Continue reading