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Arabs’ Nightmare: Absorbing Palestinians by Khaled Abu Toameh (Gatestone Inst.)

By   /  June 14, 2019  /  apartheid, double standards, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Arabs’ Nightmare: Absorbing Palestinians by Khaled Abu Toameh, Jun. 12, 2019 Lebanon says it fully supports the Palestinians in their fight against Israel — but would like to see them leave the country as soon as possible. This is the modern-day version of Arab “solidarity” with their Palestinian brothers: discrimination and apartheid — no jobs, no […]

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The Palestinians: Who Really Cares? by Bassam Tawil (Gatestone Institute)

By   /  February 1, 2019  /  apartheid, double standards, Human Rights, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Feb.1, 2019 Protests by the Palestinians in Lebanon are unlikely to draw any attention from the international community, including so-called pro-Palestinian groups that are active especially on university campuses in the US and Canada, among other places. The real “pro-Palestinian” groups are those who are willing to raise their voices against the mistreatment of Palestinians […]

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The Turkish-Palestinian Hate Fest by Uzay Bulut (Gatestone Inst.)

By   /  August 13, 2018  /  anti-Semitism, incitement, Mid. East news, Terrorism  /  No Comments

Aug. 13, 2018 Ahed Tamimi has called on “Palestinians to murder Israelis through ‘martyrdom-seeking operations’ (i.e., suicide bombings), stabbing attacks, and stone-throwing…” — Bradley Martin, researcher. If Palestinian Arabs are stateless today, it is by their own choice. Their leaders have chosen to expend their energies on wiping Israel from the face of the earth […]

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The pope and the imam by Clifford D. May (Israel Hayom)

By   /  March 16, 2018  /  Human Rights, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism  /  No Comments

The pope and the imam  by  Clifford D. May, Mar. 16, 2018   Recent conversations I had in Egypt with the Coptic Christian pope and the grand imam of Al-Azhar mosque and university left me mostly hopeful. In the Middle East these days, that’s worth reporting.   Click here for article  

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It’s not Just the Terrorists: al-Sisi’s Government Persecutes Egypt’s Christians by Raymond Ibrahim (Coptic Solidarity via M.E. Forum)

By   /  February 21, 2018  /  double standards, Human Rights, International, Islam, Islamic fundamentalism, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Feb. 20, 2018 It is one thing for Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi not to be able to prevent surprise Islamic terror attacks against Egypt’s Christians, the Copts. But what does one make of the fact that his own government also discriminates against and persecutes Copts? Click here for full article

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Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital Marks an End to Discrimination Against Israel – Richard Schifter (Washington Times via Daily Alert)

By   /  December 26, 2017  /  History, International, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Dec. 26, 2017 Recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital Marks an End to Discrimination Against Israel – Richard Schifter By 1954 it was clear that the proposed UN-run separate entity to govern Jerusalem would not be established. The idea had been overtaken by events. West Jerusalem was part of Israel and east Jerusalem was part of […]

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New UN Report Highlights Iran’s Continued Human Rights Abuses – Tzvi Kahn (FDD via Daily Alert)

By   /  November 2, 2017  /  Human Rights, International, Mid. East news  /  No Comments

Nov. 2, 2017 New UN Report Highlights Iran’s Continued Human Rights Abuses – Tzvi Kahn A new report by Asma Jahangir, the UN special rapporteur for human rights in Iran, cites at least 247 executions in the first six months of 2017. It also notes the use of flogging, binding, amputation, and stoning as punishments; a […]

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Why Anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Laws Are Moral and Constitutional – Paul Miller (Washington Times via Daily Alert)

By   /  October 27, 2017  /  BDS, International  /  No Comments

Oct. 27, 2017 Why Anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Laws Are Moral and Constitutional – Paul Miller Currently, 22 states have passed legislation prohibiting them from doing business with, and/or investing in, companies that participate in the BDS campaign that singles out the Jewish state. Since 1977, U.S. law has permitted civil penalties against U.S. corporations that […]

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