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Good News Friday

The weeks seem to roll round faster than ever, and here we are, time for another Good News Friday post. My first item is a brilliant, outspoken, very politically incorrect defence of Israel, spoken by British journalist Katie Hopkins on … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Back to regular programming, last week’s holiday seems like a million miles away already. But at least it’s time for a Good News Friday installment. Starting with the Olympics, one of Israel’s bronze medallists, Judoka Yarden Gerbi, put her signed … Continue reading

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Palestinian Anti-Semitism in the guise of anti-Israel incitement

The other day we saw how Palestinian brainwashing and incitement inculcates a deep and abiding hatred of Israel into the next generation even in far-away Canada. Unfortunately for all of us, the incitement continues much nearer to home and is … Continue reading

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Children of Palestinians vs. Children of Israel

We have all read countless stories how Hamas deliberately targets children in Israel. Their rocket fire is often timed for 8 a.m., just when thousands of children are heading to school and kindergarten. We’ve also all read countless stories how … Continue reading

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Shalom Kita Aleph

Welcome Kita Aleph (First Graders)! This is the phrase with which all first graders are welcomed to their new schools in Israel this morning, with beautiful and moving ceremonies to help make them feel comfortable. Today, the 1st of September, … Continue reading

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The things they say and do!

Contrary to what you might be expecting, this post is not about politicians and their pompous announcements, nor about the various international committees and their bombastic statements. This post is about something much more important – hilarious things our grandchildren … Continue reading

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