Tag Archives: spying

Guest Post: Trump’s Presidency – a disaster in the making?

This is another guest post by Brian Goldfarb. I have to add a caveat before I post Brian’s article. There is a lot here with which I disagree, but first of all I don’t like my blog to be just … Continue reading

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Did we spy or didn’t we?

According to the Wall Street Journal, (via the Jerusalem Post) the US has accused Israel of spying on the Iran nuclear talks in Lausanne, and are furious that Israel is playing nasty with the information it gathered: Not only did … Continue reading

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Ratcheting up the anti-Israel rhetoric, Obama accuses Israel of spying

Obama and his misadministration are absolutely determined to keep the tension with Israel simmering if not actually boiling over. Binyamin Netanyahu’s walkback of his rejection of a Palestinian State was scorned by the White House as “not sincere”, and his … Continue reading

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Another American Aleihum on Israel

An aleihum in colloquial Hebrew (or rather, as borrowed from Arabic) means a piling-on, an unreasoned attack. This is what we have been seeing in recent days with horrifying scare stories emanating from the US Administration about “alarming, even terrifying … Continue reading

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