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Ruled By the Insane

On Tuesday, April 19, a group of several thousand Jewish Israelis got together in Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square for a nice, quaint little “Death to the Arabs” protest. Interestingly, on the same day–and at practically the same time, taking into account time zone differences–California Assembly Bill 2844 was being approved by the state’s Judiciary Committee. […]

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Christendom Falls: Victory over Europe Day

The Battle of Berlin World War II, April 16th–May 2nd, 1945: The Battle of Berlin saw desperate German volunteers make a heroic last stand against the Jewish controlled Soviet Union, British Empire and the United States. Besieged, out-gunned and outnumbered 5:2, the Germans fought a bitter campaign in defence of their capital, before it eventually […]

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Synagogues and Prisons

Jewish Leaders keep the ‘Jewish Rabble’ in Line by Stoking Fears of Gentiles One particularly interesting passage from the New Testament I’ve been thinking about lately is Luke 21:12. Here Jesus is speaking with his disciples, telling them a little of what they might expect after he’s gone: But before all this occurs, they will […]

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One of Israel's "cemeteries of numbers" in which Israeli authorities bury Palestinians--without returning the bodies to their families and where the name of the deceased is deliberately left off the grave

Withholding the Dead: One of Israel’s More Macabre Practices

Ma’an News has today posted a story about a committee in Bethlehem formed to demand that Israel return the bodies of Palestinians slain in the current intifada. The “Palestine National Committee for Retrieving Bodies of Martyrs,” as it’s now known, was elected by the families of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces, the story says. The […]

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Israeli Settlers: Are They ‘Civilians’ or Legitimate Military Targets?

Are Israeli settlers in the West Bank technically speaking civilians? Or should they be regarded as military targets? My understanding of international law is that people have a right to resist occupation. This would not include killing innocent civilians, but do Israeli settlers, morally or legally, fit into that category? The Israeli government has offered […]

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Jews Don’t Travel Well

Despite their centuries-long experience “wandering,” Jews do not seem to travel well. Israeli Jews fare even worse. It appears to be an attitude problem. Whether they are Orthodox or “secular,” young or old, on any airline and in any airport, they encounter problems and cause problems to the other passengers or to the Customs officers.

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The Presidental Race Horse Owner

MONDAY / MAY 11, 2015 NY Times: Billionaire Lifts Marco Rubio, Politically and Personally By MICHAEL BARBARO and STEVE EDER As Marco Rubio has ascended in the ranks of Republican politics, an auto dealer named Norman Braman has emerged as a remarkable and unusual patron. REBUTTAL BY Calm down. Let’s not all jump to conspiratorial […]

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Svika Klein’s social experiment

“Unfortunately, I don’t think there is a future for Jews in France” – what with all those Muslims, Africans and stuff. Determined to prove the above statement, Israeli journalist Svika Klein decided to venture “on the wild side”: he embarked on a walk through several Parisian streets known for being populated by people with “distinctively […]

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In for a Penny, in for a Pound?

In the lead-up to this year’s Super Bowl–which, of course, was held this past Sunday without incident–a number of websites and videos (here, here, and here, for instance) speculated on the possibility of a false flag attack, possibly nuclear, occurring at the event. This of course is not new. Similar speculations were posited leading up […]

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Netanyahu’s Congressional Address to Coincide with Jewish Purim Holiday

  A few days ago in an article entitled Politically Corrupt and Pro-Israel–Do the Two Traits Go Together?–I noted that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to speak before a joint session of Congress on March 3. I noted also that the date coincides with this year’s annual AIPAC policy conference in Washington. After I published that […]

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