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Tag Archives: Operation Protective Edge
I have written frequently about the upside down, Alice in Wonderland type of world which the UN inhabits. We see this surrealism at play once again these past couple of weeks as the UN’s World Health Organization awarded the IDF … Continue reading
On reading the terms under which Israel and Turkey are to restore diplomatic relations today I felt I ought to title this piece by paraphrasing Neville Chamberlain: “I have here a piece of paper…”. Let’s start with the terms of … Continue reading
Yom Hazikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terror, began this evening at sundown with the sound of the siren, as Israelis commemorated their fallen. Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism formally began … Continue reading
I can’t believe another week has gone by, and another month too, since April begins today. And yet here we are, time for another Good News Friday post. I start with a piece of amazing, delightful and miraculous good news: … Continue reading
The redoubtable British Colonel Richard Kemp, formerly Commander of the British forces in Iraq, has previously defended Israel from accusations of war crimes that were levelled against it by the UN and its assorted agencies, foreign governments, and of course … Continue reading