41 years ago, Then Prime Minister Golda Meir wrote this wise and absolutely current article published by the New Yorl Times 41 years ago. Some things never change
If not stopped and countered in a timely way, this nest of hate-mongers carries with it the potential to trigger for Germany another really ugly time.
The PA relies on foreign aid and taxes and customs revenues transferred to it by Israel, for its survival. After cashing the checks, the PA takes its money and doles out enormous sums to terrorists and their families, This moral madness must be brought to an end.
The Palestinians do not even feel the need to condemn terror attacks against Jews, because the international community is no longer demanding that they come out against terrorism.
Last year Muslim Antisemitism, with all its vitriolic hatred, has found its way into the US. It is not as if Antisemitism did not already exist. It's just that generally it has not been as out in the open nor expressed as violently as we have seen it elsewhere.
I find it unprofessional, unethical and absurd for any mental health professional to offer a diagnosis or psychiatric prediction regarding President Donald Trump.
Calling Rabbi Shevach "a settler" is a subtle, yet effective, way to legitimize and encourage attacks targeting Israelis wherever they reside. The PA even refers to murdered tourists visiting Israel as "settlers,"
The domestic and international outcry at Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital suggests that Israel’s position in the West Bank is far from secure. If Israel wishes to secure a future for Jews in the West Bank, ordinary Palestinians there must also benefit from – and express their support for – coexistence with Jews.
Encouraging the Iranian people to keep fighting against the Iranian regime is the most important decision I could take at a time when the world remains mostly silent about the atrocities committed by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
To emphasize that the ayatollahs’ regime is incompatible with Iran's economic well-being, America must counteract the effect of the nuclear deal by imposing stiff new sanctions on Iran’s ballistic missiles, support for terror and military aggression – together with Europe if possible, but alone if necessary
A small Chanukah miracle taking place in Israel with t whichhe Bahraini delegation included Sunni and Shiite Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Christians.
For the first time in nearly a decade, one dares to believe that the Islamist clerics who have ruled Iran since 1979 will not be in power by the time the 40th anniversary of their revolution rolls around in 2019.
NGO Monitor notes that three groups passing information to UNICEF are linked to The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which is on the US State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations.
And who is paying for this Arab attempt to strangle Jerusalem and illegally occupy large parts of the historic Jewish homeland? “It’s funded mainly by the EU and Qatar,”
When the question of Biblical violence versus Koranic violence is raised it is almost always done for the purpose of clearing Islam. Statisticians run the texts of the Torah, the New Testament, and the Koran through computer programs which tabulate violent references within those texts. The results demonstrate that the Bible depicts more acts of violence than does the Koran. Statistics don't reveal the truth.a;ways
Rather than guilt yordim, why not offer to reduce taxes and tariffs, deregulate, open up competition and break up the cartels?
Trump must hold the Palestinians – and UNRWA – accountable for their rejectionism. The only path to peace is one that forces Palestinians to accept that continued rejectionism is a dead end.
It is now evident that we are at war, a war that is being waged in the classroom, with its weaponry aimed at our children’s minds.
Europe deals with guilt over the Holocaust and former colonialism by idealizing Third World Muslims and demonizing the First World Jewish state with a linguistic crusade that perverts truth.
It is unfair to expect a new regime to suddenly become favorably disposed to Israel. We can hope hat the current unrest will keep the government occupied and reduce the possibility of conflict between the two countries, especially along the Syrian border, at least for a while.
As an Iranian, I can tell you that the support of the US and Pres. Trump is invaluable to the ordinary Iranians: they feel helpless and alone in the face of the monsters who have been oppressing them for so long.
Regime change is the work of the people of each country concerned; outsiders can only help by not propping up the oppressors.
My diplomatic-political forecast for 2018: No war and no election in Israel, no division of Jerusalem, and no European support for Iranian protesters. I hope to see steps toward Arab-Israeli peace, and to see Saudi women driving – all the way to Israel.
Across the globe, it is this green-red alliance that is the major purveyor of anti-Semitism. Anti-Semitism — not Islamophobia — is the most common hate crime in America based on religious targeting.
The world turns a deaf ear to the hateful, belligerent statements of the Palestinians while censoring Israel and laying blame at its feet.