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It’s chol Hamo’ed Sukkot and we’ve emerged from the first day of Chag with half a day to catch our breath before heading into Shabbat. The whole festival is a “time of rejoicing” so I would normally be very happy … Continue reading
Further to my previous post about the use of human rights in “lawfare” against Israel, I came across the following well-researched article by Eli E. Hertz from the excellent “Myths and Facts” website, which explains the inappropriate use of the … Continue reading
This is no post-Purim joke: UN Watch informs us today that the UN Human Wrongs Rights Council has adopted a resolution praising Ghaddafi’s human rights record in Libya! I almost choked on my cornflakes when I read this. A U.N. … Continue reading