While threats against Israel in the Middle East grow stronger, so too the threats against both Israel and Jews in the US and on college campuses. But the heated language on campuses is spreading into society in general and into the media in particular.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project has turned the Wakf’s criminal dump of the most sensitive and valuable archaeological dirt on the globe – a national disgrace – into a national treasure. Funding the project is the least the government can do as penance for its long-standing malfeasance in countering Palestinian-Islamic aggression against Jewish history in Jerusalem and Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount.
Using Islamic history as a guide, the Dome of the Rock was built not as an affront to Jews nor a place politicized by the Arabs, but rather as a meeting point and placeholder for Jews and their cousins to pray to the Almighty.
President Trump must stop being even-handed in his condemnations. He should focus his condemnation on extreme right wing bigots who speak and act in his name, and leave it to those of us on the left to focus our condemnation on left wing extremists and bigots.
USAID in Ramallah admitted that the US NEVER examines the PA textbooks used by UNRWA…despite the fact that the US donates $400 million each year to UNRWA, one third of the UNRWA budget.
Given the resistance to removing hundreds of thousands of Jews from their ancient homeland in Judea-Samaria, an egregious idea is emerging: Instead of evacuation, abandonment
Palestinian Arabs coined the term “Nakba” (catastrophe) for the founding of the Jewish State on a fraction of the Palestine Mandate on May 15, 1948. However, the original Nakba happened 26 years earlier, when the British gutted the essence of international law set out in the Palestine Mandate
The linking of unrelated "victimizations," reflects a broader trend in hard-left politics. Increasingly, radical activists demand that the demonization of "Zionists" be featured in the package of causes that must to be embraced by anyone claiming the label of "progressive."
This Friday, Elul 3, marks the 82nd yahrzeit of one of the 20th century's most important rabbis: HaRav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook.
Visiting Tel Aviv, I could not help but be impressed at how it has morphed into the start-up center of the world, Yet it’s what Tel Aviv’s residents have held onto from their Jewish past in their hi-tech Jewish present that, for me, makes the place truly amazing.
Though he frankly admitted that he expected to make a fortune on his investment, his primary motive was to create a short-term haven for persecuted Jews.