Tag Archives: Britain

The Camel Corps rides again

Britain’s Foreign Office came about its moniker honestly. Since the days of T.E. Lawrence, aka Lawrence of Arabia, it has held a romantic, idealized view of the Arabian way of life and a fondness for Arab culture. This view has … Continue reading

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Guest Post: On the approaching centenary of the Balfour Declaration

This is another guest post by frequent contributor Brian Goldfarb. The timing of this article is perfect, coming as it does a day after Yom Ha’atzmaut when Israel celebrated its 69th anniversary. That anniversary was possible due in very large … Continue reading

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Terror returns to London

In an attack horrifically reminiscent of scenes that have occurred in Israel, three people (later reports talk of 4 or even 5 victims) were killed yesterday in a car-ramming and stabbing terror attack on the streets of London outside the … Continue reading

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Antisemitism updates

There have been several alarming incidents of antisemitism around the world in recent days. In Paris, two Jewish men were viciously assaulted, and sickeningly, one of them had his finger sawed off! The other two notable incidents took place in … Continue reading

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The confused British response to UNSC Resolution 2334 – support, then condemnation

A couple of weeks ago we were all delighted with Theresa May’s hearty support of Israel in her heart-warming speech to the Conservative Friends of Israel. We were equally gratified when Theresa May strongly condemned John Kerry’s anti-settlements speech last … Continue reading

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Did the US collude with others on Resolution 2334? And is Obama planning a January surprise for Israel?

Compounding Israel’s anger at the US’s abstention were the rumours, more or less confirmed, by several of the sponsors or supporters of the resolution that the US actively colluded with them to propose the resolution and then vote in favour … Continue reading

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