Tag Archives: Palestinians

From Tel Aviv to Orlando – head in the sand syndrome

After last week’s terrorist attack on the Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, in which 4 Israelis were killed, Tel Aviv’s mayor, Ron Huldai “clearly” understood the motivations of the terrorists and wasted no time in bestowing of his wisdom to … Continue reading

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Empty gestures make the most noise

My headline above is no mistake, it’s just my own take on the classic saying “empty vessels make the most noise”.  What empty gestures am I talking about? First, we have the Palestinian Museum of Art, History and Culture, which … Continue reading

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The four victims of the Tel Aviv terror attack

The four victims of the Sarona shooting attack were named earlier today: The four victims of Wednesday night’s shooting attack in central Tel Aviv have been named as 41-year-old Ido Ben-Ari of Ramat Gan; Ilana Naveh, 39, of Tel Aviv; Ben Gurion University … Continue reading

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Terror attack in Tel Aviv: 4 murdered, Palestinians celebrate

At around 9.30 this evening two Palestinian terrorists opened fire on the Sarona shopping and restaurant complex in Tel Aviv, killing 4 (up from earlier reports of 3 dead), injuring 6. Arutz Sheva reports: Terrorists opened fire at the Sarona … Continue reading

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The dysfunctional and incompetent Israeli government

The world’s media and diplomats love to paint Binyamin Netanyahu as “hardline”, Avigdor Liberman as to the right of Attila the Hun, and the cabinet in general as “the most right wing ever!“. All I can say to that is … Continue reading

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Let’s debunk the Nakba lies

This Sunday, the 15th of May, was “Nakba Day”, or “Disaster Day” if you want to translate from the Arabic. The Arabs instituted it as their answer to Israel’s Independence Day and mark it on the civil calendar date, as … Continue reading

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