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First Jordan, Now Egypt’s Turn to Butt-in on Temple Mount

The Egyptian ambassador warned against allowing Jews to pray at the Temple Mount even under a time-share system.

A Message to Ahmadinejad

A response to Ahmadinejad's vitriol from a Jew of Persian descent.

The ‘Maharat’: Wonderful Achievement, Bad Idea

the title rabbi (or its equivalent) is more than about recognition of achievement.

Real Zionists Use Bing

By agreeing with said gangsters that ‘Palestine’ is a state, Google is in effect agreeing that the Jewish people do not have a legitimate state.

Keep Jerusalem United!

A Jewish withdrawal from East Jerusalem would make the situation in Sderot look like paradise.

Lapid’s Marie Antoinette-Style Budget

The proposed budget harms the poor more than the rich.

Will the Real Haredi Please Stand Up?

The issue is not our obligation to listen to our rabbinic leaders. It is about whether we should listen to the rabbinic leaders of others.

A Response to the Demographic Argument in 1971

Shmuel Katz and a former Mapai MK Eliezer Livneh coauthored a pamphlet in 1971 arguing against the appeasement of Palestinian terrorists.

If You Knew your Body Type, You’d Be a Happy Dresser

Experienced and professional Fashion Styling is the art that could help.

In Hebrew: ‘Pamper’

לְפַנֵּק In many countries all over the world yesterday it was Mothers Day - יוֹם הָאֵם, in Hebrew. Here's a song by Arik Einstein...

Students for Justice in Palestine: A Pattern of Intimidation

At campuses in the University of Maryland and California systems, pro-Israel students say they are harassed, pro-Israel events are interrupted, viciously anti-Israel speakers are brought into speak, anti-Israel students are even accused of of assaulting pro-Israel students.

Support the Syrian Rebels?

If Assad is winning, Western governments should respond by helping the rebels to prevent Assad from crushing them.

The Clash at the Kotel: Where is the Wisdom?

With all the good intention of Israel’s rabbinic leaders, how could they not see that this was going to happen?

In Reporting Israeli Strike, the Guardian Adopts Arab Narrative

Going forward, Guardian reporters would be well advised to keep their opinions firmly within the confines of the Guardian’s op-ed page.

Being Intellectually Honest

The upcoming President's Conference has a rich list of speakers and unlike some others, I personally don't think Stephen Hawking will be missed.

Cal. Univ. Pro-Israel Professor Harassed and Defamed

In the snake pit of academia, where unfashionable explicit Jew-hatred has morphed into enthusiastic and widespread over-the-top anti-Zionism, Professor Tammi Rossman-Benjamin stands out.

The ‘Peace Partner’ Who Wants to Nuke Israel

It was only in 20120 that Geneva Initiative featured Jibril Rajoub in their 'peace partner' ad campaign.

Ner Israel Rosh Yeshiva: Yesh Atid MK Rabbi Dov Lipman ‘Wicked’

What I do not understand is the harshness of his condemnation.

State Department Static on Temple Mount

There is more than enough area on the Temple Mount to reach an accommodation for Jews who wish to pray there.

China’s Peace Plan: Outrageously One-Sided

The Chinese proposal gives nothing to Israel except a vague "right to exist" — which of course is in not question regarding any other nation. Indeed, it could have been dictated by Mahmoud Abbas.

By the Law Among Nations, Jerusalem Belongs to Us

Jordan’s annexation of the East Jerusalem was never recognized by the international community.

Bibi Mocks Jerusalem Day

Thousands of people want to buy homes in Judea and Samaria, but the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu refuses to finalize permits.

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