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Last week I wrote about the disgraceful “water-libel” published by the Independent newspaper, where Israel was accused of turning off the water to Palestinian villages, particularly during Ramadan. Despite the refutations by several Israeli bloggers as well as official denials … Continue reading
It’s always good to be reminded about the origin of the Arab-Israeli conflict. In this short video you will learn that the Palestinian narrative was created only in 1964 and is all based on an outrageous lie, a perversion of … Continue reading
Following the terror attack at Shaar Shechem (Damascus Gate) yesterday, in which Hadar Cohen Hy’d was killed, we saw the same old anti-Israel bias in the perverted headlines of some of the international press. Despite the fact that some of … Continue reading
I know I had stated my intention to write only good news during Sukkot (and believe me, there is plenty of bad news out there, from Russia’s meddling in Syria, to ISIS, to Iran, to the UN’s hostility, and everything … Continue reading
As I have noted several times on this blog, the world has become a topsy-turvy place, and while certain Arabs are drawing closer to Israel, the West in many instances is moving in the opposite direction, not “just” into anti-Israel … Continue reading
Sadly but unsurprisingly, there has been no shortage of bad news lately and I suspect that this situation will continue. The International Criminal Court, the ICC, has gone against all precedent and broken any kind of law rule-book, in order … Continue reading