Tag Archives: UK

Some good news on the diplomatic front

Refreshing winds of change are blowing on the various diplomatic fronts facing Israel in recent days, a remarkable turn of events for Israel and her supporters who are more used to lawfare and demonization. Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to … Continue reading

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The Paris Piece Conference

While the Paris Peace Piece Conference’s aims were ostensibly to bring about peace between Israel and the Palestinians, it was quite clear from the start that its only intention was to make Israel give up a piece of this and … Continue reading

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Good news from Britain

I have devoted many posts to the rising antisemitism in Britain, and particularly in the Labour Party, so it is both a relief and a pleasure to note the change in atmosphere since Theresa May became Prime Minister after the … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Since we moved the clocks back last week, Shabbat now begins at 4.30 in the afternoon!  This is why this Good News Friday post is going up earlier than I used to post. Let’s start with some news from Israel’s … Continue reading

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The Labour Party destroys itself through its anti-Israel obsession and antisemitism

The British Labour Party has descended from mild eccentricity to vicious antisemitism in a relatively short time.  As we have seen in backwards Middle East and other totalitarian societies, hatred of the Jews damages not only the Jews but the … Continue reading

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Good News Friday for erev Tisha B’Av

Today is not a regular Friday. It is Erev Tisha B’Av, and although we do not mourn on Shabbat (thus the fast is put off until Sunday), we are still carrying on in a more minor key than usual. Therefore … Continue reading

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