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- A rolling wave of terror – and it doesn’t stop. 3 Israelis killed today
- Reacting to the terror wave: action or inaction?
- Good News Friday
- Huge wave of terror hits Israel
- Anti-Israel and anti-Jewish bias in the media and State Dept.
- The aftermath of the Sukkot terror attacks
- Simchat Torah 5776 – Chag Same’ach!
- The terror continues: double murder in the Old City of Jerusalem
- Good News Friday – Sukkot edition
- Disaster on Sukkot – Israeli couple murdered in front of their children
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Tag Archives: HRW
Human Wrongs Rights Watch is at least as bad, if not worse, than the Human Wrongs Rights Council of the UN. They concentrate on Israel’s alleged misdeeds with a microscope, magnify them and broadcast them worldwide, thereby inciting the masses … Continue reading
A couple of items in today’s news caught my attention today which I would classify in the category of post-Hannukah miracles (or Christmas miracles for those who are celebrating). The first and more important item is that Human Rights Watch, … Continue reading
Atrocities and massacres continue daily in Syria by Assad and his forces against Syrian citizens. Granted, there have been one or two mild condemnations from the UN and assorted world leaders, some sanctions imposed by the US (which the Syrian … Continue reading