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Tag Archives: UK
In an ominous sign for the New Year, last weekend the worst happened and the execrable Jeremy Corbyn, that “not an antisemitic bone in his body” British MP with an unusual penchant for anti-Semitic “friends” – the likes of Hamas, … Continue reading
As you read this Europe is being flooded with tens of thousands of refugees from Syria (and also from Africa and other places in the Middle East). The Europeans seem at a loss to know what to do or how … Continue reading
Continuing on the subject of Britain’s rush to warm up relations with Iran, Melanie Phillips was interviewed by veteran journalist Yaakov Ahimeir on “Ro’im Olam” (Seeing the World”), a news magazine on Israel TV channel 1, talking about the “UK’s … Continue reading
From being one of the more cautious members of the P5+1 signers of the Iran deal, Britain has suddenly sprung into action in rapidly warming up its ties with Iran, up to and including a visit of the Foreign Secretary … Continue reading
The hitherto almost-unknown British Labour MP and backbencher Jeremy Corbyn has surged ahead in the Labour elections for a new leader, and to the establishment’s surprise and utter horror, it looks like he will become the new leader. I wrote … Continue reading
As I have noted several times on this blog, the world has become a topsy-turvy place, and while certain Arabs are drawing closer to Israel, the West in many instances is moving in the opposite direction, not “just” into anti-Israel … Continue reading