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My Incredible First Day in Israel

Tzvi Fishman
Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

“Gevalt!’ I thought to myself. “My very first day in Israel, and my mother would turn on the TV in America and see her son making a protest speech against the Israeli government on behalf of the Jewish Underground!”

Geert Wilders: ‘The First Amendment Is What We Need in Europe’

Geert Wilders
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

We have to believe in the superiority of our Western values. If we do not, we will not be prepared to defend them. That is why we have to end the biggest disease in the world today, the cultural relativism which posits that all cultures are equal. Our Judeo-Chrisitian, humanist civilization is more free, more democratic, more tolerant than any civilization the world has ever seen. We should not be afraid to say so.

Who Created the State of Israel?

Vic Rosenthal
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Contrary to the statement in the NY Times obituary for Benzion Netanyahu that “ultimately, Israel was created as a result of the partition the revisionists opposed,” Zionist Jews in the Land of Israel created the state, and not any UN resolution.

Where Persecuted Jews May Go: In Memoriam, Benzion Netanyahu (1910-2012)

Michael Curtis
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

Whatever the different formulations of Zionism, all proponents share the view that the area is the birthplace and the ancestral homeland of the Jewish people, linked by historical ties and by religious and cultural traditions.

Thanks to The Jewish Press!

Tzvi Fishman
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

I was going to start out this blog by saying that I am happy to be back at The Jewish Press. But, in truth, I have mixed feelings. After all, I’ve been living in Israel now for 28 years, yet The Jewish Press is still in Brooklyn, along with its myriads of faithful readers.

Rubin Reports: How Egypt’s Presidential Election Will Change the Middle East and the World

Barry Rubin
Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

The result may well be an Islamist versus Islamist run-off. In any event, it is likely that by the end of the year Egypt will have an Islamist president, parliament, and Constitution. Laws will be drastically altered, women’s rights will disappear, and Hamas will be backed up if it attacked Israel.

Geert Wilders: ‘Marked for Death: Islam’s War against the West and Me’

Soeren Kern
Monday, April 30th, 2012

Geert Wilders, the controversial Dutch lawmaker, has authored a new book about Islam, Marked for Death: Islam’s War against the West and Me. In it he offers a detailed criticism of Islam and its incompatibility with the West: “To preserve our freedom from the encroachments of Islam, we must do four things: defend freedom of speech, reject cultural relativism, counter Islamization and cherish our national identity.”

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