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On International Holocaust Memorial Day, which fell last Friday, 27th January, the new Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres spoke movingly about the vicious antisemitism throughout the millennia which led to its inexorable nadir in the Holocaust. What distinguished … Continue reading
UNRWA incites against Israel in schoolbooks, Haaretz incites against Israeli identity for Israeli-Arabs
UNRWA continues with its old tricks again. If it’s not allowing terrorists to hide rockets in their schools, they are poisoning the minds of Palestinians, young and old. In case anyone had any doubt about the teaching methods in UNRWA, … Continue reading
The answer to my previous post was supplied in today’s dreadful terrorist attacks. Two young people were murdered and several others injured in two separate attacks today: one in Tel Aviv and one in Gush Etzion. In the first incident, … Continue reading
This is another guest post by frequent commenter and contributor Brian Goldfarb. I thought that now we have an at least temporary period of calm in Israel/Palestine, perhaps it was time to get back to normal (whatever that is in … Continue reading