Tag Archives: Britain

Antisemitism on British campuses, masquerading as anti-Zionism

This depressing subject has been covered extensively on this blog and elsewhere yet it never seems to go away. On the contrary, it seems to get worse from year to year, especially around the time of “Israel Apartheid Week” which … Continue reading

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Antisemitism updates

Here is another update from the antisemitism front which has unfortunately not gone away. In fact they don’t like even dead Jews as Hundreds of Jewish graves were vandalised in France: France’s interior minister said Sunday several hundred tombs have … Continue reading

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2015

The world cries “Never Again” every year on the annual International Holocaust Memorial Day. And yet, seventy years after the liberation of Auschwitz and the defeat of the Nazis by the allies, it is becoming sickeningly evident that the lessons … Continue reading

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The time when it was OK for the US to interfere in Israel’s elections

Last week when it emerged that Speaker Boehner had invited PM Binyamin Netanyahu to address Congress in March on the Iran issue, among the other petulant reactions of President Obama was his self-righteous declaration that he won’t meet PM Binyamin … Continue reading

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After the Paris murders, ambivalence about Aliya

The funerals of the four Jewish victims of the terrorist attack on the Paris kosher supermarket took place in Jerusalem on Tuesday. Family and friends and Israeli political leaders delivered eulogies in a very moving ceremony which was impressively well-attended … Continue reading

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Good News to start the week

I missed posting a Good News Friday post so let’s start the week with some good news instead. The most important piece of good news is that there is a slight improvement in the health of Yehuda Glick who was … Continue reading

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