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Good News Friday

I shall start this week’s Good News Friday with some news from last week.  Last Shabbat we read the Torah portion of Chayeh Sarah, “the life of Sarah”, in which Sarah our Foremother passed away. In Genesis 23:16, we read … Continue reading

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The Netanyahu government talks out of both sides of its mouth

I was so happy when Binyamin Netanyahu was first elected Prime Minister over a decade ago. “Finally we’ll have a strong but skillful politician heading our governemnt” I thought. I must give Netanyahu credit for being especially adept at navigating … Continue reading

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With a little help from our friends

It is always heartening to know that Israel has very good friends even among its Arab citizens. Contrary to what one might gather from the news, they are not all terrorists or antisemites. Some of them are loyal, steadfast supporters, … Continue reading

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UNESCO’s Jihad against Israel and its Jewish history

Readers of this blog, in fact anyone who has been paying the slightest attention, cannot have failed to notice the UN’s antipathy towards Israel. But probably the worst institution in this regard is UNESCO, which has steadily, and not so … Continue reading

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Antisemitism updates

It never gets old does it? Antisemitism, sometimes overt and sometimes disguised as “only” anti-Zionism or anti-Israelism, is still prevalent in certain quarters and never quite goes away. The latest incidents – to name just a very few – occurred … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

We are still in celebratory mood after the festivities of the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, so this Good News Friday installment will reflect that as well as the historic visit of President Donald Trump to Israel which … Continue reading

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