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Tag Archives: Gilad Shalit
Sadly but unsurprisingly, there has been no shortage of bad news lately and I suspect that this situation will continue. The International Criminal Court, the ICC, has gone against all precedent and broken any kind of law rule-book, in order … Continue reading
David Horovitz in the Times of Israel has an excellent article, Beyond the Gaza Headlines, debunking the anti-Israel hype and propaganda surrounding the latest round of Palestinian shelling of Israeli towns and the Israeli response to this. (Emphases are mine). … Continue reading
Shortly after Gilad Shalit was released in that lopsided prisoner exchange, the Guardian journalist Deborah Orr wrote a horribly snide article on the subject in which she accused Israel of racism, the proof being that Israel considers the life of … Continue reading
As I wrote in my earlier post, and in my other posts about the “Shalit deal” as the prisoner exchange has come to be known in Israel, views are split as to the wisdom and even the legality of releasing … Continue reading
ברוך הטוב והמטיב Blessed is G-d who is good and who does good That is the traditional Jewish blessing on hearing good news. How long we have waited until we have been able to write such a wonderful heading. Gilad … Continue reading