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The cartoon was published amid news that the Australian LGBTIQ community shut down a meeting of traditional marriage groups planned for the Mecure Sydney Airport Hotel.
Leftist Israeli activists were attacked on the way to an Iftar meal in Ramallah, then ejected by the Palestinian Authority police force.
"An orthodox Islam that does not respect our constitution or even contradicts it is incompatible with our legal system and culture."
Leftists, whose free speech may have cost Labor the election, once again shoot themselves in the mouth.
The "Yesha" crowd once again embarrasses settlers in an attempt to help them.
On Friday, a busload of left-wingers visited the missile-battered town of Sderot to protest against the war to stop Hamas attacks on Israel.
The Israelis were meeting with Arabs in a hotel in Ramallah.
Lt. Colonel Eisner was trying to stop anarchists from blocking Highway 90, when he hit at least one of the anarchists.
If a radical movement seizes control of the state and can hold it for a very long time, it can fundamentally transform policies and foreign policy.
For sure, there is no "direct connection" between the book, Torat HaMelech, and the youth who carried out the vicious attack on an Arab in Zion Square although since the trial hasn't begun, we really do not know much, neither I nor the Reform Rabbi. A Rabbi, by the way, would steer clear of such an accusation, especially during the Ten Days of Penitence. But "concentration camps"?
The assault on freedom of speech in Israel by the leftist establishment continues, manifested in a series of arrests of rabbis merely for expressing opinions.
Israel's radical left is obsessed with the word "fascist." Israel is the only country in the Middle East where people vote and enjoy free speech, a free press, due process and habeas corpus, but none of that makes any impression on an increasing number of Israeli left-wingers whose definition of fascist seems to be any government that doesn't adopt left-wing policies.
The latest headliner in the campaign to silence critics of Israel's radical Left is Prof. Zvi Hacohen, the new rector at Ben Gurion University. A professor in chemistry and "desert research," Hacohen was cited at length in Haaretz (Sept. 15) denouncing people, especially students of the Zionist Im Tirtzu movement, who dare criticize leftist sedition.
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