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Tag Archives: Intifada
An interesting article in the Algemeiner highlights the way we Israelis have internalized something that should have been left behind in the deep dark Galut (Exile): the feeling of insecurity and of living at the whim and behest of others. … Continue reading
The “knife intifada” that has been sweeping Israel in the last 3 months, which also includes car-rammings and drive-by shootings, has been described as an unorganized revolt carried out by “lone wolf” attackers. However a certain amount of doubt has … Continue reading
The last couple of weeks have seen a dip in the latest terror wave, or to be more precise, a dip in Israeli fatalities from Palestinian terror. This is not to say that there haven’t been constant attempted and “successful” … Continue reading
The question and answer in my headline might seem a bit harsh, a bit raw, but if you look at the bare facts and study history – the history of the Middle East and the history of the Jewish nation … Continue reading
Professor William Jacobson, (a law professor at Cornell University, an avowed conservative, Zionist and staunch defender of Israel, whom I have had the pleasure of meeting a couple of times in Israel) who runs the law-blog Legal Insurrection kindly invited … Continue reading
Like a horde of zombies hurling themselves at their prey, even though they know they are going to be killed, Palestinian terrorists have embarked on a second wave (or is it a third? I’ve lost count) of terror attacks against … Continue reading