Tag Archives: settlements

Again, Palestinian incitement leads to murder

On Friday I mentioned briefly the brutal murder of Yotam Ovadia in the settlement of Adam by a 17 year old terrorist. First we have a chilling description of the killing: The father of Yotam Ovadia, who was killed in … Continue reading

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The injustice of the destruction of Netiv HaAvot

I have refrained from writing about the evacuation expulsion of Jewish residents of Netiv Ha’avot because the injustice of it all so upset me that I could not put together a coherent post (this is why I’m only a blogger … Continue reading

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Terror attack in Samaria: Rabbi Raziel Shevach HY”D murdered

Last night Palestinian terrorists opened fire on the car of Rabbie Raziel Shevach Hy’d, a resident of Havat Gilad in Samaria. Rabbi Shevach was a volunteer in Magen David Adom though he was off duty at the time. He managed … Continue reading

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Kaf Tet beNovember: 70 years since UN Resolution 181

Today 29th November, or as it is quirkily called in Hebrew “kaf tet beNovember”, is the 70th anniversary of the fateful UN Resolution 181 which aimed to partition Palestine and created a Jewish area and an Arab area.  As we … Continue reading

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The unpretty story of Priti Patel

For a change of pace, the latest Israel-related scandal to hit British politics involves the Conservatives:  Priti Patel, a Conservative MP and Secretary of State for International Development, is in hot water for having had unscheduled meetings with Israeli politicians … Continue reading

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The Netanyahu government talks out of both sides of its mouth

I was so happy when Binyamin Netanyahu was first elected Prime Minister over a decade ago. “Finally we’ll have a strong but skillful politician heading our governemnt” I thought. I must give Netanyahu credit for being especially adept at navigating … Continue reading

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