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The Palestinian terror wave (the authorities are not calling it a 3rd intifada – yet) continues to sweep Israel. There were more stabbings in Jerusalem on Shabbat, rock throwing, and violent Arab protests in many towns. After Shabbat there were … Continue reading
Yesterday Karma paid a visit to a deserving character. During a protest by Palestinians near the Jewish town of Shilo, Ziad Abu Ain, a Palestinian Minister, died during an altercation with the Israeli border police. This incident has been jumped … Continue reading
Sometimes our work is done for us. No words are necessary to explain these videos. Just watch, share with others, and take note of their words and deeds. Here is a video (h/t Reality) posted openly on Facebook, which is … Continue reading
This post was originally going to be yet another article about media bias against Israel, but as I began compiling links it dawned on me (my brain is on a go-slow through internet-overload) that this media bias is but a … Continue reading
Over Shabbat the pattern of preceding days repeated itself: multiple rocket and missile launches at Israel, scores of Air Force attacks against Hamas targets, terror tunnels discovered and destroyed, and several terrorists killed. The IDF’s figures as of 2 a.m. … Continue reading