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BDS and isolation of Israel is failing but we must keep up the fight

With the constant talk in the media and amongst ourselves of the perils of boycotts, BDS, delegitimization, and generally defamation of Israel, it is instructive to take note of what has been happening recently. The news is definitely not all … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

This past week was relatively quiet on the terrorism front until yesterday when three incidents took place: first, a Palestinian Authority intelligence officer (!) opened fire on an IDF checkpoint at Hizmeh, north of Jerusalem, seriously injuring one soldier and … Continue reading

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More terror updates, more incitement, and a little BDS

Here is another roundup of recent terror attacks that you might not have heard about on your local news unless you live in Israel. And even in Israel, one attack runs into another and it’s getting hard to keep track. … Continue reading

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More terror and incitement, but also support and relief with a little help from our friends

I apologize for not posting constant updates on the multiple terror attacks, whether by stabbing, stoning, or car-ramming, not to mention attempted infiltrations that have continued unrelentingly these last few days.  I simply cannot keep up. You can stay updated … Continue reading

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Netanyahu finds his backbone in confronting Palestinian violence

Last week I wondered whether Binyamin Netanyahu was getting more serious about fighting the growing terrorism in Jerusalem, on the Temple Mount, and elsewhere in Israel.  Amongst the measures proposed were the relaxation of the rules of engagement of the … Continue reading

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Our “peace partners” are against normalization with us

One of the most desired results of any peace agreement between two countries or entities is the normalization of relations between the parties. Thus, after the Iron Curtain fell in the late 1980s, people, goods, business and trade flooded in … Continue reading

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