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More on anti-Israel media bias re Gaza, plus a mea culpa

This is the gift that keeps on giving, the subject that never dies away. As I have written previously, and especially in this latest round of clashes in Gaza, the automatic bias in international forums against Israel is almost Pavlovian. … Continue reading

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Trump’s inauguration and the bad losers of the Left

President Donald Trump’s inauguration took place on Friday accompanied by huge crowds of supporters, and – unusually – large and some violent anti-Trump demonstrations. The depth of the hatred for Trump has not surprised me but one would have thought … Continue reading

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Antisemitism makes you stupid

Perhaps I should have turned my headline round to read that antisemites are stupid in the first place, but I feel it works whichever way you look at it. Two prime examples occurred in England this past week. In the … Continue reading

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The Arabs in their own words and actions

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

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Lies and incitement in Jerusalem

Anyone keeping up with the news, or anyone just reading this blog, will know that this subject is unfortunately a recurring one. It is a vicious circle, where the Palestinians, specifically the Palestinian leadership including Palestinian “President-for-life” Mahmoud Abbas, deliberately … Continue reading

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Palestinian violence not so spontaneous after all

The latest outbreak of Palestinian violence around Israel looks on the surface to have been a spontaneous eruption of anger in response to any number of perceived Israeli misdeeds: in particular the growing movement to demand Jewish prayer rights on … Continue reading

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