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- Anti-Israel and anti-Jewish bias in the media and State Dept.
- The aftermath of the Sukkot terror attacks
- Simchat Torah 5776 – Chag Same’ach!
- The terror continues: double murder in the Old City of Jerusalem
- Good News Friday – Sukkot edition
- Disaster on Sukkot – Israeli couple murdered in front of their children
- EU MP: Israel has many friends, labelling Israeli goods is illegal
- Celebrate a birthday with a huge mitzva
- A different Palestinian perspective on Israel, BDS, and human rights
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In a fantastic win for Israel and her supporters, and a devastating reversal for the BDS lunatics, who have used intense efforts to get Veolia to withdraw from building the light rail line in Jerusalem, a French appeals court has … Continue reading
The IDF have confirmed that Syrian President Bashar Assad has used chemical weapons on his opponents. In a horrifying report in the JPost we read some gruesome details: Syrian President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons – likely nerves gas – … Continue reading
It’s time for another Good News Friday installment, and as opposed to last week when I had a hard time finding any good news to write about, this week we have a plethora of excellent news. Since this week is … Continue reading