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Mennonites and BDS: A Lawsuit Amid a Legacy

The Mennonite Church USA has abandoned its spiritual underpinnings and jumped from its religious exemption into the realm of political and racial bias.

A Russian-Saudi-Turkish-Chinese alliance to contain the Muslim Brotherhood and Obama?

It appears that the Russians, the Turks and the Saudis will keep Syria at a low boil, making it difficult for either side to fully impose its will on the other, and impossible for a Sunni Islamist regime to emerge. What is remarkable, though, is the success of Russian diplomacy: despite all of the Obama administration's courtship, the Erdogan government has decided to signal its dependence on Moscow in the most visible -and, for Washington- humiliating way possible.

Antisemitism in the Media: The Tip of the Iceberg?

Are the media actually interested in helping the Palestinians, or really just in bashing Israel? The media's overkill fixation on bashing Israel hurts not only Jews and any chances for peace, but also Palestinians.

US Must Rein in its Friends that Support Terror Groups

How truly committed are the world powers in protecting nuclear storehouses?

Are Arabs the Indigenous People of Palestine?

Jewish settlement of the land and the resulting employment opportunities drew the Arabs to Palestine

The Two Key Aspects of Netanyahu’s Speech (Video)

Bibi built the case for stopping Iran and showed there are more choices than "A Deal" or "Attack"

Understanding Real Israeli Politics

To a remarkable extent—and this has nothing to do with his views or policies—Bibi Netanyahu is the only functioning politician in Israel today. No wonder he is prime minister, will finish his current term, and will almost certainly be reelected in 2013. Consider the alternatives.

Extraordinary Incident: Jewish Passengers Removed En Masse from EasyJet Flight in Europe

One passenger – a Holocaust survivor – said that the police’s treatment of them was similar to the behavior of Nazi Germany’s SS during World War II.

US-Based Israel Bashers’ Fury and Disapproval Over Trump’s Jerusalem Recognition

"#Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel no matter how many times Trump says it," wrote political activist Linda Sarsour, who has argued Zionists can't be feminists and that "nothing is creepier than Zionism. "He doesn't speak for me."

How Conservatives Lose Elections

It would seem that in recent years conservative candidates in both Israel and the U.S. have forgotten how to win an election.

UNRWA: Perpetuating “Refugee-ism,” Condemning the Palestinians to Refugee Status Forever

If the goal of a future agreement is to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict once and for all, then UNRWA’s current configuration makes a final peace impossible to achieve.

Tax Tips: The Gift Tax

Regarding the gift tax, the donor and NOT the recipient is responsible if the tax is indeed imposed.

More ‘Trump Truth’: Obama Covered Up His support to the Founding of ISIS

A key feature of “Trump truth” is Donald Trump’s unvarnished, attention-grabbing imprecision when he frames contentious statements.

The Curse of Sinai

Post-Mursi Egypt accuses Hamas of responsibility for the terrorist chaos in Sinai, and not without good cause.

UN Committee Votes To Deny Jewish and Christian History Of Jerusalem

With or without UNESCO’s approval, Jerusalem is the heart of the Jewish State, as it said, “Israel is the heart of the Jewish people, Jerusalem is the heart of Israel, and the temple mount is the heart of Jerusalem.”

The Sunni-Shia Conflict Will Be The Major Feature of Middle East Politics for Decades

Once upon a time, Arab nationalism ruled the Middle East. Its doctrine saw Arab identity as the key to political success. Some regarded Islam as important; others were secular. Yet there was no doubt that national identity was in charge. All Arabs should unite, said the radical nationalists who ruled in Egypt, Libya, Syria, Iraq, and elsewhere, to destroy Israel, expel Western influence, and create a utopian single state in the region. Instead, of course, the period was characterized by battles among the radical Arab states for leadership. The less extreme ones sought survival through a combination of giving lip service to radical slogans, paying off the stronger regimes, and getting Western help.

Egypt: What Happened?

The Obama administration's support for the Muslim Brotherhood emanates from an extremely flawed understanding of its agenda, which has been unchanged since its inception in 1928. The two pillars of this project have been: First, abolishing the entire judicial and juridical system that was introduced in Egypt in 1883 and was based on the Napoleonic Code. Second, reviving the political vision of a Caliphate, which aims at uniting all Muslim societies under a single ruler.

Trump Blows His Best Chance

Not every moment was bad for Trump. But while Trump has prided himself on being a strong counter-puncher in debates this time the familiar routine fell flat.

Will the Greek Revolution Spread to the Rest of Europe?

After Greece's second parliamentary election this year (June 2012), there was a collective sigh of relief in Europe. The political parties that negotiated the bailouts of Greece in 2010 and 2011 had secured a majority in the new parliament and formed a government that was committed to avoiding a Greek default. Europe's political leaders could now hasten to damp down the next brush fire in the Eurozone, the crisis of the Spanish banks. What those political leaders overlooked was that the Greek political scene has undergone a revolution.

Alan Dershowitz: Iran Declares War Against the Jewish People

In a speech delivered in Tehran, Vice President Mohammad-Reza Rahimi accused the Jewish people of spreading illegal drugs around the world, killing Black babies, starting the Bolshevik Revolution and causing many of the world's other ills.

How To Avoid Another Defeat in Iran

The failure thirty-two years ago of Operation Eagle Claw convinced U.S. military leaders to rethink how they would conduct special operations in the future: formulating plans that were simpler, carrying them out under unified command, and managing the risk. While our military has learned the lessons of the failed Iranian hostage rescue mission, however, our political leaders have not.

Vandals Spit on Jewish Sovereignty

I would like to see the vandals who desecrated Ammunition Hill and thereby spat on Jewish sovereignty banished to a place where it doesn’t exist. They have made their statement, let them live by it.

Something Big Is Happening In Syria But Despite Warnings By 51 US Diplomats Obama...

There has never been a “dissenting message” that was signed by so many diplomats within the State Department.

Will New Oil Sanctions Be the Game-Changer in Iran?

EU outlawing of Iranian oil imports is already hurting the Iranian economy. But will it have an effect beyond that?

Israel Says ‘To Hell with PR’

Netanyahu has decided that the lives of Israeli are more important than looking good for Obama, U.N. and the NY Times.

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