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    For most Israelis, the international discourse on Gaza is unintelligible.   Here we were going along, minding our own business.   Then on a clear night in June, apropos of nothing, Palestinian terrorists stole, murdered and hid the bodies of three of our children as they made their way home from school.   Before we could catch our breath from that atrocity, they began shelling our major population centers with thousands of rockets, missile…
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  Outside the US, throughout the Western world, anti-Semitism is becoming a powerful social and political force. And its power is beginning to have a significant impact on Israel’s relations with other democracies.   Consider South Africa. Following a lopsided vote by the University of Cape Town’s Student Union to boycott Israel, Jewish students fear that their own student union will be barred from operating on campus. Carla Frumer from the South African Jewish Student Union…
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    President Barack Obama has a plan.     He wants to use the ceasefire talks in Cairo to strengthen Fatah.     In remarks Wednesday, Obama said, “I have no sympathy for Hamas. I have great sympathy for some of the work that has been done in cooperation with Israel and the international community by the Palestinian Authority. And they’ve shown themselves to be responsible. They have recognized Israel.  They are prepared to move forward t…
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    Hours before Israel accepted the Egyptian-brokered cease-fire deal on Monday night, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu traveled to the south to try to allay the fears of area residents.   It’s not at all clear how successful he was.   Residents of the communities bordering the Gaza Strip who evacuated their homes are skeptical of the IDF’s claims that it is safe for them to return.   In an interview with NRG website, Yael Paz-Lahiany, a mother…
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I was interviewed by Glenn Beck on his television show yesterday. Here's the link to the write-up of the interview on The Blaze.   Here's the interview:    
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