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The Jackass That Brayed

Tzvi Fishman
Friday, June 29th, 2012

“Word came that hundreds of Arabs were gathering in front of the Hevron police station, demanding the dismantlement of the Shoshana settlement. Not wanting to miss the action, the reporters scattered like roaches to their cars. For all of his supposed extremism, Caleb Cohen was right. It seemed that all the brewing tension of the Middle East had surfaced in Meir’s backyard.”

America’s $2 Billion a Year to Egypt Hinges on Its Peace with Israel

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Friday, June 29th, 2012

Democracy without a legitimate constitution and a Bill of rights, especially protecting the rights of minorities, can become a very scary thing. What you get is a tyranny of the majority. So the United States, as the world’s foremost democracy and sole superpower, must insist that elected regimes be restrained by a constitution that safeguards against a gravitation toward tyranny.

It’s Hard Out There for an Outsider

Daniel Greenfield
Friday, June 29th, 2012

The current raft of outsider-insiders, includes actors who play politicians, politicians who act like actors, billionaires who push class warfare, blue-eyed Cherokees, Nobel Peace Prize warmongers, fighting on behalf of outsider groups, like gay marriage advocates and illegal aliens, whose agendas are backed by some of the largest and well-financed lobbying groups in the country.

A Revolutionary Rabbinic Idea For Organ Donations

Hillel Fendel
Thursday, June 28th, 2012

JERUSALEM – A leading Orthodox rabbi in Israel has a revolutionary proposal for the harvesting of organs from a clinically dead patient. At present, his proposal not only has no support from other rabbis, it is also against Israeli law – but he is not fazed.

My Machberes

Rabbi Gershon Tannenbaum
Thursday, June 28th, 2012

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Arrested on the Temple Mount

Tzvi Fishman
Thursday, June 28th, 2012

“How can it be that in Israel, in the middle of Jerusalem, at the site of the ancient Temple, in the very spot where the House of G-d had stood, that a Jew wasn’t allowed to pray?” It didn’t make sense. It was racist, undemocratic, completely absurd.

Racism in Arab Lands

Michael Curtis
Thursday, June 28th, 2012

Discrimination, intolerance, and racism in the Arab world persist in many forms: they affect women; all non-Muslims; dark skinned people, Blacks, would-be refugees, and migrants.

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