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Donald Trump and the mythmakers, by Caroline B. Glick (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 10, 2020   The more successful Trump’s reality-based policies towards Iran and Israel are, the harder it will be for the foreign policy establishment to restore their delusion-based policies when he leaves power. Click here for full article

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Erdoğan’s ‘quiet jihad’, by Nadav Shragai (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 6, 2020 Turkey’s efforts to restore the “glory days” of the Ottoman Empire extend far beyond influence peddling in Jerusalem and on the Temple Mount. Turkey is spending money in Haifa, among the Bedouin, and even in mixed Jewish-Arab cities in an attempt to increase its status and bolster the Palestinian cause. Click here […]

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The Message from Jerusalem, by Eric Cohen (Mosaic magazine)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 6, 2020 American society faces a deep crisis of meaning to which the city, and the idea, of Jerusalem has an answer. It is needed by Jews, and as much or more by Christians. Click here for full article

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What I Did As An IDF Soldier to Palestinians by Hananya Naftali (Youtube)

By   11 months ago

Dec. 21, 2019 Click here for 3 min. video

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Trump is keeping the promise made at San Remo in 1920. Why?, by Eugene Kontorovich (J. Post)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 4, 2020 Why the conclusions of a 1978 US State Department memorandum have been repudiated. A full century after the international community met in Paris and San Remo to establish a post-imperial world order founded on independent nation states, the international community has, under the leadership of US President Donald Trump, begun to fully […]

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ICC Accusations Against Israel Are Outrageous – Col. Richard Kemp (J. Post via Daily Alert)

By   11 months ago

Dec. 27, 2019 ICC Accusations Against Israel Are Outrageous – Col. Richard KempThe ICC prosecutor accuses Israel, during the 2014 Gaza war, of using disproportionate force, willfully killing and injuring civilians, and intentionally attacking protected individuals and locations. She also alleges that the IDF committed war crimes against Gazans violently attempting to breach the border into […]

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Summaries of 2 articles on the situation for Christians in Israel vs the rest of the middle east (Daily Alert)

By   11 months ago

Dec. 25, 2019 The Only Place in the Middle East Where Christians Are Thriving Is the Jewish State – Editorial (Jerusalem Post)    There are 177,000 Christians in Israel, up 1.5% from last year. 78% are Arabs.    A British report in July found that the number of Christians in the Middle East has dwindled from […]

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Summaries of 8 articles by Daily Alert on the ICC’s desire to investigate alleged war crimes in the disputed territories

By   11 months ago

Dec. 23, 2019 International Criminal Court to Probe Alleged War Crimes in Palestinian Areas – Stephanie van den BergThe International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said on Friday she would launch a full investigation into alleged war crimes in the Palestinian territories as soon as the court’s jurisdiction had been established. Bensouda said a preliminary […]

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EVENT – The Jordan Option: The Ultimate Alternate Solution for the Arab/Israeli conflict

By   3 years ago

Speaker: Ted Belman, BASc., LLB Venue: Aish Hatorah Shul, 949 Clark Ave West, Thornhill Date: May 15, 2018 – Doors open at 7:30 PM and Programme starts at 8:00 PM. Whether or not you buy a ticket, please consider making a donation. For further information write to [email protected] or call Lloyd Duckman at (416) 402-1963 […]

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Rockets Fired from Gaza, Soldiers Shot on Route 443

By   5 years ago

Written by T.P.S. on March 12, 2016Jerusalem (TPS) – Violence against Israelis continued over the 25-hour Shabbat period, with terrorists from the Gaza Strip shooting four rockets toward the town of Sderot Friday night, March 11, and assailants firing on two IDF soldiers driving along Route 443 west of Jerusalem. One of the soldiers was […]

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YouTube Shuts Down Palestinian Media Watch Video Account

By   5 years ago

Written by Alexander J. Apfel/TPS on March 06, 2016The Internet video-sharing portal YouTube shut down an account belonging to Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) on Sunday, March 6 after claiming that PMW had violated YouTube’s terms of service. PMW, which monitors and exposes incitement in Palestinian media, last posted a video to YouTube on Thursday March […]

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Israeli Research Into Zika Virus Contradicts World Health Organization Findings

By   5 years ago

Haifa University has conducted a preliminary study that has identified a correlation between the exceptionally hot and dry winter of northeast Brazil and the recent outbreak of the Zika virus which has led to numerous of birth defects. The study was led by Dr. Shlomit Paz of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at […]

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From Canada to the Judean Hills, from Christianity to Judaism, By Yoni Kempinski (Arutz Sheva)

By   5 years ago

July 17, 2015 Azriel Dror from Canada converted to Judaism from Christianity and made aliyah because Israel is “where every Jew needs to be.” Click here for brief article and video interview

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Why Do Palestinians Want Both Statehood and ‘Occupation?’

By   6 years ago

by Jonathan Tobin, jewishworldreview.com, Dec. 29, 2014 Click here for article

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Canadian Freedom Alliance calls on Speaker of the Ontario Parliament Dave Levac to stop hate-filled Al Quds Day Rally

By   6 years ago

By Doris Epstein Toronto, ON—The Canadian Freedom Alliance, a Canada-wide coalition supporting democracy and freedom in Canada and around the world, calls upon MPP Dave Levac, Speaker of the Ontario Parliament to disallow the bigoted and hateful upcoming Al Quds Day rally. Al Quds Day was founded by the Islamist dictator of Iran: Ayatollah Khomeini. […]

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Was the Soleimani Killing a Policy Success?Mona Charen (Patriot Post)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 10, 2020 There’s an old story — apocryphal, as the best stories always seem to be — that Richard Nixon asked Chinese premier Zhou Enlai what he thought about the French Revolution, and Zhou said, “It’s too soon to tell.” At first blush, the minicrisis between Iran and the United States appears to have […]

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Amnesty, UNHRC, UNICEF turn blind eye to abuse of Palestinian children, by Itamar Marcus (Palwatch)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 5, 2020 Palestinian boys are raised to be “ammunition” “Jerusalem is ours, our weapon is our Islam, and our ammunition is our children. And you, O my son, are meant for martyrdom.” What does it mean for a little boy to be “ammunition”? That is the question the UN Human Rights Council, UNICEF and […]

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Donald Trump and the mythmakers, by Caroline B. Glick (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 10, 2020   The more successful Trump’s reality-based policies towards Iran and Israel are, the harder it will be for the foreign policy establishment to restore their delusion-based policies when he leaves power. Click here for full article

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New York Times Iran Coverage: ‘Mind-Boggling,’ ‘Impossible To Parody’, by Ira Stoll (Algemeiner)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 8, 2020 President Trump’s decision to kill Qassem Soleimani is offering The New York Times an opportunity to put all its worst habits on display — and the newspaper’s many critics are having a field day pointing out the problems in the paper’s coverage. Israel’s former ambassador to the US, Michael Oren, took issue with an op-ed piece the Times published. […]

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What I Did As An IDF Soldier to Palestinians by Hananya Naftali (Youtube)

By   11 months ago

Dec. 21, 2019 Click here for 3 min. video

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Study exposes truth about ‘incitement-free’ PA matriculation exams, by Ariel Kahana (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 3, 2020 Israeli branch of international research institute that evaluates school curricula for tolerance discovers that Palestinian students must be well-versed in message of violence and hatred to earn a high school certificate. Click here for full article

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The struggle for the Mediterranean, by Dore Gold (JCPA via JNS)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 2, 2020 The contest in Libya has the potential to draw in multiple powers that have a direct stake in its outcome. Click here for full article

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Europe: Anti-Christian Attacks Reach All-Time High in 2019 by Soeren Kern (Gatestone Inst.)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 1, 2020 The issue of anti-Christian vandalism was rarely reported by the European media until February 2019, when vandals attacked nine churches within the space of two weeks. The issue made headlines again in April 2019, when a suspicious fire gutted the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Since then, however, the European media […]

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Israeli Singers Form Bridge to Arab Countries – Danny Zaken (Al-monitor via Daily Alert)

By   12 months ago

Dec. 6, 2019 Israeli Singers Form Bridge to Arab Countries – Danny ZakenIsraeli journalists attending the Regional Economic Conference in Bahrain in June were surprised to find local music stores selling CDs by Israeli artists such as Eyal Golan, Sarit Hadad and Moshe Peretz. Their music is described in Israel as Middle Eastern or Mediterranean, often […]

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The True Story of an Iranian Sportsman’s Fight for Life – Nicolas Messner and Pedro Lasuen (International Judo Federation via Daily Alert)

By   1 year ago

Sept. 3, 2019 The True Story of an Iranian Sportsman’s Fight for Life – Nicolas Messner and Pedro Lasuen (International Judo Federation) For years, Iranian athletes have been prohibited from competing in any sport against Israel. From questionable injuries, to throwing matches, Iranian athletes across all sports have been ordered to crush their own dreams. On […]

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Egypt Criticizes Its Judoka Who Refused to Shake Hands with Israeli Opponent – Itamar Katzir (Ha’aretz via Daily Alert)

By   1 year ago

Aug. 30, 2019 Egypt Criticizes Its Judoka Who Refused to Shake Hands with Israeli Opponent – Itamar Katzir (Ha’aretz) The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has criticized an Egyptian judoka, Mohamed Abdelaal, for refusing to shake the hand of his Israeli opponent, Sagi Muki, who defeated the Egyptian in the semifinals of the World Judo Championships. The ministry […]

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Palestinian Arab workers share in Mellanox payout (Reuters-UK via Michael Ordman’s Good News Israel Newsletter)

By   1 year ago

Jun. 30, 2019 Palestinian Arab workers share in Mellanox payout. Palestinian Arab engineers working for Israeli chip designer Mellanox Technologies are poised to share in a $3.5 million payout when the company’s takeover by U.S. chip supplier Nvidia Corp is completed. They will cash in stock options worth up to $40,000 per person. Click here for […]

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Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitism wins the pop-culture primary by Jonathan S. Tobin (JNS via Israel Hayom)

By   2 years ago

May 12, 2019 The real defeat for those who worry about the legitimization of Jew-hatred wasn’t in Congress but on the late-night comedy television shows. Click here for article

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Year-long UK arts fest celebrates contributions of refugees from Nazi Europe, by Anne Joseph (TOI)

By   2 years ago

Mar. 2, 2019 Curator of ‘Insiders/Outsiders,’ opening March 2, says Jews fleeing persecution produced influential music, art, writing and design in their adopted country Click here for article & photos

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BIBI JITTERS – COFFEE CHAIN SAYS NETANYAHU STILL HITS ISRAELI TASTE BUDS, BY HAGAY HACOHEN (J. Post)

By   2 years ago

Feb. 25, 2019 Popular coffee chain Cofix predicts Netanyahu to win April elections as 55% of their patrons opted for a take out with his mug. Click here for full article

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The Left Lends Cover to Anti-Semitism, by Ben Shapiro (National Review)

By   2 years ago

Dec. 18, 2018 Ignoring anti-Semitic actions or comments depending on the perpetrator’s ethnicity or background allows hatred of Jews to spread. This week, The New York Times Review of Books printed an interview with Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Color Purple. The interviewer asked Walker to list the books on her nightstand. Most were unobjectionable. One […]

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Don’t Confuse Me With Facts. It’s Always About the “Occupation” by Asaf Romirowsky (BESA via Pundicity)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 5, 2020 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The American Jewish Left has once again fallen in line with the Palestinian demand that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict always be conflated to a problem of “occupation,” regardless of facts or history. By leaping to condemn Mike Pompeo’s factual statement that Israeli West Bank “settlements” do not violate international law, American […]

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Donald Trump and the mythmakers, by Caroline B. Glick (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 10, 2020   The more successful Trump’s reality-based policies towards Iran and Israel are, the harder it will be for the foreign policy establishment to restore their delusion-based policies when he leaves power. Click here for full article

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Erdoğan’s ‘quiet jihad’, by Nadav Shragai (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 6, 2020 Turkey’s efforts to restore the “glory days” of the Ottoman Empire extend far beyond influence peddling in Jerusalem and on the Temple Mount. Turkey is spending money in Haifa, among the Bedouin, and even in mixed Jewish-Arab cities in an attempt to increase its status and bolster the Palestinian cause. Click here […]

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The Message from Jerusalem, by Eric Cohen (Mosaic magazine)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 6, 2020 American society faces a deep crisis of meaning to which the city, and the idea, of Jerusalem has an answer. It is needed by Jews, and as much or more by Christians. Click here for full article

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Trump is keeping the promise made at San Remo in 1920. Why?, by Eugene Kontorovich (J. Post)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 4, 2020 Why the conclusions of a 1978 US State Department memorandum have been repudiated. A full century after the international community met in Paris and San Remo to establish a post-imperial world order founded on independent nation states, the international community has, under the leadership of US President Donald Trump, begun to fully […]

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When will American Jewry wake up?, by Caroline Glick (Israel Hayom)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 3, 2020 To fight the onslaught of bigotry being unleashed against its members, America’s overwhelmingly Democratic and deeply liberal Jewish community needs to recognize some hard truths. Click here for full article  

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The U.S. Is Keeping the Promise Made at San Remo in 1920 – Eugene Kontorovich (J. Post via Daily Alert)

By   11 months ago

Jan. 3, 2020 The U.S. Is Keeping the Promise Made at San Remo in 1920 – Eugene Kontorovich(Daily Alert, Jan. 3, 2020)At San Remo in 1920, the international community promised the Jews a “national home” in Palestine, and an explicit right to “settle” throughout the territory, which included Judea and Samaria. It was left entirely up […]

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Summaries of 2 articles by Daily Alert on Iran in Iraq, vs the US

By   11 months ago

Iran Trying to Divert Focus from Anti-Iranian Demonstrations in Iraq – Yaakov Lappin“The Shi’ite militias and Iran are trying to divert the focus from the anti-Iranian sentiment of the demonstrations [in Iraq] that have occurred over the past two months and turn the rage in the direction of the United States,” said Col. (res.) Udi Evental, […]

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Some hard questions about the Western European double standard against Israel, By ALAN DERSHOWITZ (J. Post)

By   12 months ago

Mar. 12, 2014 The time has come to point an accusing finger at Western European accusers who try to isolate Israel by imposing boycotts, divestments and sanctions. As so many Western European academics, artists and activists try to isolate Israel by imposing boycotts, divestments and sanctions (BDS) only against the nation state of the Jewish […]

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Dwight Eisenhower, Holocaust Rescuer – Benjamin Runkle (Tablet via Daily

By   1 year ago

Oct. 11, 2019 Dwight Eisenhower, Holocaust Rescuer – Benjamin Runkle As commander-in-chief of the Allied Forces in Europe, Dwight D. Eisenhower was the primary driver behind the memorialization of the Holocaust; he ordered extraordinary measures to ensure the well-being of Jewish displaced persons during the occupation of Germany; and, following David Ben-Gurion’s recommendation, he established a […]

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Arab plumbers in Haifa refuse to charge Holocaust survivor (EoZ)

By   1 year ago

Oct. 6, 2019 Here is a nice story that was only in the Hebrew-language media a couple of weeks ago. Simon and Salim Matri, Arab citizens of Israel, came to do plumbing work worth around NIS 1000 for an elderly woman, Rosa Meyer, in Haifa. As they spoke to her, Rosa revealed that she was a Holocaust […]

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THE NAZIS AND THE PALESTINIAN MOVEMENT (Youtube)

By   1 year ago

Jun. 23, 2013 Traces the history of PLO/Fatah, now better known as the ‘Palestinian Authority,’ the organization that will govern a future Palestinian State. The video shows how PLO/Fatah emerged from the German Nazi Final Solution. Hajj Amin al Husseini, father of the Palestinian Movement, creator of Fatah, and mentor to Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud […]

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Is World War II History Still Relevant?, by David Harris (AJC)

By   1 year ago

Sept. 2, 2019 Rzeczpospolita As the world marks the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, when German forces invaded Poland on September 1, 1939, is the history still relevant? Does it have contemporary meaning? Or is it destined to fade away, as the wartime generation of soldiers, eyewitnesses, and survivors reaches the […]

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Egyptians get upset and interrupt Holocaust play for being too “Zionist” (Elder of Ziyon)

By   1 year ago

Aug. 23, 2019 Elaph reports that a theatrical performance by the Cairo-based Commerce Faculty Theater Theater, entitled “Sobibor,” has caused a storm of controversy among Egyptians, particularly in their cultural and artistic community. There were brawls and clashes between the audience and some members of the theater team, which occurred during the National Theater Festival with […]

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France: The Real Emmanuel Macron by Guy Millière (Gatestone Inst.)

By   1 year ago

July 4, 2019 Charles de Gaulle refused to speak of the many French who had collaborated with the authorities of the German occupation. He refused to commemorate D-Day. He even went on to claim that the Normandy landings had “not been the beginning of the liberation of France,” but “the starting point of an American […]

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BRAIN STRUCTURE CHANGE IN HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS HEREDITARY, STUDY FINDS, by Rossella Tercatin (J. Post)

By   1 year ago

July 3, 2019 The study, presented at the European Academy of Neurology Congress on Sunday, compared the brain function of 28 survivors with the one of people whose family had not been involved in the Holocaust. Experiencing the Holocaust might have affected survivors’ brain structure, creating a change that was passed on to their children, […]

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