Monthly Archives : October 2014


Being safe while isolated

    Yehudah Glick has spent the better part of the last 20 years championing the right of Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem – Judaism’s holiest site. On Wednesday night, the Palestinians sent a hit man to Jerusalem to kill him.   And today Glick lays in a coma at Shaare Zedek Medical Center.   Two…

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Qatar Hamas Fatah

Kerry, Qatar and the poisonous tree

  It would be interesting to know which Arab leaders are telling US Secretary of State John Kerry that the absence of peace between Israel and the Palestinians is “a cause of recruitment” to Islamic State.   Is that something he is hearing from Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani? The Qatari leader, whose kingdom has been cited by…

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It’s time to beat the Jew haters

  The decision by the most prestigious opera house in America to produce an opera that mainstreams Jew-hatred and anti-Jewish terrorism is a great victory for elitist anti-Semitism. In the world of elite anti-Semitism, Jews are told that truth is but a narrative. Jewish history and rights have no more merit – indeed less merit – than the lies of…

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obama the great

Obama the virtuoso manager

    Since he assumed office nearly six years ago, US President Barack Obama has been dogged by allegations of managerial incompetence. Obama, his critics allege, had no managerial experience before he was elected. His lack of such experience, they claim, is reflected in what they see as his incompetent handling of the challenges of the presidency.   In everything…

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Britain anti-Israel

New York Times post – There should be no Palestinian state

The New York Times online debating forum Room For Debate asked me to participate in an online forum regarding the rationale for recognizing the non-existent state of Palestine.     Here’s what I wrote:     When Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced his decision to recognize the non-existent state of “Palestine” earlier this month, he inadvertently gave the game…

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benny gantz

Benny Gantz’s troubling assessments

  The outcome of the donor conference for Gaza reconstruction that was held in Cairo on Sunday was not surprising.   Representatives of 50 countries convened to pledge funds to Hamas and the PLO. The Palestinians had hoped to receive $4 billion in pledges. They raised $5.4b.   Most of the money will be transferred to the PLO-controlled Palestinian Authority…

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Bringing happiness to Iran

    It is still unclear what happened on Sunday night at Iran’s illicit nuclear installation at Parchin. According to Iranian sources, there was a large explosion that rocked the area within a 15-km. radius of the facility. Two people were reportedly injured.   According to the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency and Israel, the Parchin facility is a key…

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Israel Bashers’ Phony Contrition

  Dr. Richard Horton, the editor of the English medical journal The Lancet, was not transformed by his visit to Israel last week.     Horton came to Israel last week the guest of Rambam Medical Center in a bid to dig himself out of the hole he dug himself into. On August 19 Horton published a 1,600-word letter criminalizing…

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Obama glares at Bibi

Netanyahu’s statements and policies

    Although media commentators overlooked it, the Obama administration did it again. They blindsided Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on the eve of his trip to Washington.   The last time it happened was in May 2011 when US President Barack Obama set out his policy toward Israel and the Palestinians as Netanyahu was in flight, en route to Washington…

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