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- Not quite Good News Friday
- 13 year old Israeli girl murdered in her bed by Palestinian terrorist
- Another look at the Israel-Turkey reconciliation deal
- Muslims riot, attack Jews on Temple Mount; police throw out the Jews
- Israel and Turkey restore relations – peace in our time?
- Mahmoud Abbas water-libels Israel, lies as he retracts, and the EU applauds him
- Good News Friday
- Brexit Indeed! They’re out!
- Brexit – is it good for the Jews or bad?
- Combatting BDS – Should we fight it or ignore it?
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With all the panicky talk of Israel’s diplomatic and economic isolation due to BDS, the stories of academic boycotts (or at least attempted ones), and the upcoming academic pogrom known as “Israel Apartheid Week” which is slated to take place … Continue reading
In what could be termed “a perfect storm”, both the EU and the US have chosen this precise moment,at a time when we are under constant attack by Palestinian terrorists in our streets and our homes, to defame us, to … Continue reading
I was planning to write about the Syrian civil war some time ago but then events in Israel overtook me. Make no mistake, the “knife intifada” – which includes stones, rocks and car-rammings too – is still ongoing, but it’s … Continue reading
The level of self-delusion to which the US Administration is submitting itself in order to justify the Iran deal would be highly comical if it were not so breath-takingly dangerous. It has reached a state where the US is contradicting … 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 more the Iran deal is discussed in the media, and as news emerged from the debate in the US Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee, the more we realize that there is so much about this miserable deal that we were … Continue reading