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Viscount Samuel, Meet Secretary Hagel

Sometimes one is better off when an opponent feels compelled to prove his bona fides.

A Pilgrimage to Shiloh, Like the Days of Old

The highlight, of course, was the chance to pray and say Tehillim, Psalms to God, in the very spot experts believe the Mishkan had once stood.

Terrorism and Immigration Reform

When it comes to immigration policy, ignoring Islam’s part in this because of a misguided form of political correctness is why things like the Boston bombings happen.

What Does Tsarnaev Think About Having an Israeli Doctor?

I find it fitting and just that Tsarnaev will live his life, knowing that it was Jews that saved his life.

Is the Word ‘Terrorism’ Anti-Muslim?

The mantra that terrorism is only used in reference to Muslims has no basis in fact.

About Wolves and Boys who Cry too Much

I occasionally enjoy those Monty Python-style sketches otherwise referred to as State Dept. press briefings.

The Haredi Civil Right to Not Appreciate Israel

A lack of patriotism is not a cause for punitive measures.

IsraAID Combats Gender-Based Violence in South Sudan

The Israeli humanitarian organization IsraAid works with the South Sudanese government to stop the abuse of women.

Bean Town Blessings

No one in Boston gave me dirty looks. Nobody implied I was the source of all evil, somehow nefariously involved in the terrorism that had just struck. My Jewish genes expect to be blamed when things go wrong for the gentiles, but the average American - certainly the Bostonians that I met - looked right past my decidedly ethnic Middle Eastern appearance.

Sounds Israeli: Mosh Ben-Ari

Israeli artist Moshe Ben-Ari writes music with a blend rock, soul, reggae and world music.

Charismatic, ‘Folksy’ Egyptian Politician Incites Followers to Martyrdom

Martyrdom-minded religious fanatics have a bad reputation in this part of the world, so this "folksy" sermon is less than good news.

Who Needs ‘Open Skies’?

This is a Marie Antoinette government whose theme is, "Let them eat cake."

The Guardian’s Continuing Obsession with Mordechai Vanunu

Is there really any mystery as to why Vanunu is so admired by the Guardian?

The Dzhokar is Not Wild, It was Jihad

It is Islamism that is the enemy and not al Qaeda. Al Qaida is but one tool of many dedicated to the cause.

Boston Bombing Lesson: Ban Niqabs and Burqas

One must expect future non-suicide bombers to turn to niqabs or burqas, as many terrorists and criminals have repeatedly done.

For Shame: Kerry Compares Boston Bombing Victims to Turkish Jihadis

John Kerry, you owe the nation of Israel and the army of Israel an apology.

We Need a Better FBI

A case file on Tsarnaev was sent over to the FBI, and the Russians pleaded with the agency to check the guy out.

When Cameras See Everything

Most of us are totally oblivious to the fact that in today's world there are security cameras everywhere.

Refugees, Hypocrisy and Arab Unity: Just Follow the Money

Ordinary Syrians are paying with their lives for the double-talk about the 'refugees.'

Changing the Paradigm of the Haredi Jew

Universal army service will help integrate Haredim into the workplace so that they can earn a livable wage and support their families.

NPR Takes the Side of Multiculturalism

Europe has taken the path of multiculturalism and we can see the results.

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