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Tag Archives: Security Wall
An interesting article in the Algemeiner highlights the way we Israelis have internalized something that should have been left behind in the deep dark Galut (Exile): the feeling of insecurity and of living at the whim and behest of others. … Continue reading
Pope Francis is making a whirlwind tour through the Middle East while trying to avoid any political minefields – yet even with the best of intentions he seems to be stepping in quite a few of them. First, a précis … Continue reading
The vile Jew-hating Jew-baiting Israel Apartheid Week (IAW) has kicked off again in the US and Europe. The IAW is a major advocacy event of the BDS (Boycott, Sanctions, Divestment) movement, and offers seminars on what is termed the Israeli … Continue reading
In my post last week about the annual anti-Israel nastiness at Christmas-time, I mentioned Richard Millett’s post about a disgusting display of blatant anti-Israel prejudice, verging on the antisemitic, put on by St. James Church in Piccadilly, who built a … Continue reading