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Poles Opposed to the New Holocaust Law Are Making Their Voices Heard

There continues to be a lot of tension in Poland today in reaction to the new Holocaust law. The fact that there are Poles willing to openly condemn both the new law itself and anti-Semitism in Poland is a promising step

Iran Blames Saudis for Attack on Syria, Threatens Retaliation Against Israel

"I Suggest to the Israelis to refrain from foolish steps if they want to continue their treacherous existence."

A New Law Is Needed to Protect Lawyer-Client Communications

The raid on President Trump's lawyer dramatically demonstrates the need for new legislation to assure that no FBI agents or US attorneys ever get to read privileged communications between a lawyer and a client, a doctor and a patient, a priest and penitent, or a husband and a wife.

Honduran Lawmakers Vote to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

“Israel congratulates the National Congress of Honduras for passing with an overwhelming majority a resolution in favor of opening an Embassy in Jerusalem,” Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said on Twitter.

The Rule of Law Would Be a Good Idea

The Supreme Court of Israel and the Supreme Court of the United States are like the Guardian Council of Iran. They are super-legislative bodies of purported scholars, in ceremonial black robes, imaginatively applying ancient doctrines while “conscious of the present needs and the issues of the day.”

Are Jews Overreacting To Poland’s Holocaust Law? – An Exclusive Interview With Rabbi Michael...

There is a growing number on the right that doesn’t like to talk about the bad things Poles did in the past.

Polish Media Watchdog Attacks Senator Menendez for Condemning ‘Polish Death Camp’ Law

Only one tenth of one percent of Poles turned millions of Jews into the hands of the Nazis, robbed them, took their homes and murdered them in well documented pogroms, during and after the war.

80 Minutes With Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett

At a pace of about once every two weeks, we thwart a specific terror attack somewhere in the world. So people tend to be thankful about that.

Is Greece About to Recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital?

Two distinguished members of Greece's parliament, whose party has a good chance of defeating the current leadership, are breathing new life into the political system and reinvigorating crucial partnerships with Israel and the United States.

Jewish Law as Rebellion: A Plea for Religious Authenticity and Halachic Courage

In this masterful work, Rav Cardozo not only critiques the great challenges that Jews face in the world but also lays out an inspirational and comprehensive vision of contemporary Judaism, one where, “Halacha’s main [function] is to protest against a world that is becoming ever more complacent, self-indulgent, insensitive, and egocentric”

New York Lawmakers Attacked By Palestinians During February Visit

It was tense at the beginning when we didn’t know what the circumstances were and what the intentions of the protestors were.

A Contemporary Tale Made for Purim in the Palestinian Authority and Israel

Arabs suspected of cooperating with Israel can be punished by the most extreme penalties, under Palestinian Authority law.

Polish, Israeli Delegations to Meet in Israel over Holocaust Law

The Israeli and Polish teams are comprised of historians, journalists, jurists and legislators.

An Olive Branch? US Lawmakers Speak Out After Being Detained on Temple Mount

“We should be able to pray and reflect on the history and culture, but you’re not allowed to do that as Jews and non-Muslims [on the Temple Mount]," said Rep. David B. McKinley (R-W.Va.).

Poles Deny News of Freezing ‘Polish Death Camps’ Law: It will Become Effective according...

The Foreign Ministry's announcement relied on an interpretation of an interview with Polish justice minister Zbigniew Ziobro, where he may have said that the law will not be implemented at this time, before a review by Poland's Constitutional Court.

‘Camel Law’ Passes First Knesset Reading

The law will require all camels to be tagged with digital sub-cutaneous identification chips that record the owner's details.

The Polish Holocaust Law: Should we care?

Poland is not alone in its efforts to separate itself from the Nazi atrocities. Other countries in Europe are working very hard to whitewash their long history of Jew-hatred.

Let’s Talk Truthfully About the Issues behind Mass Shootings

When Lori Alhadeff screamed at a camera from CNN and demanded that President Trump, “Please do something, do something, action, we need it now,” Americans instinctively sympathized with the grieving parent.

Spiting Academic Establishment, Knesset Approves Law Facilitating Adelson Medical School in Ariel University

The new law fixes a problem that began as Israeli institutions of higher education began to flourish in the liberated territories, most notably Ariel University in Samaria.

Government’s Sovereignty Law Debate Pushed Off for Several Great Excuses

Consider this to be a time-out for the sovereignty bill, as the vast majority of the coalition still supports it. Meanwhile, the Netanyahu circle will have to come up with fresh excuses ahead of the next debate.

That New Polish Law

The new law was ardently pushed by Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party and the judges on the constitutional court are mostly its appointees. And therein lies an important tale.

The Polish Holocaust Law is Poland’s Problem, Not Israel’s

The bill, to be signed into law by Poland's President, will make Poland a mockery in Europe and place it closer to the provinces of Putin and Erdogan and create a completely unnecessary crisis with Israel.

A Tale of Two Speeches

Two momentous speeches in the Knesset plenum – by Canadian prime minister Harper four years ago and US vice president Pence this week – may have transformed the course of history. They offer moral and spiritual leadership for the world.

The Ethical Indignity of Governmental Gridlock

After a seemingly endless parade of financial, political, and sexual scandals, we finally arrived at the most ignominious one of all:  this week’s government shutdown.

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