I am an Arab, lucky enough to be one of the few Arabs who live far enough, both physically and intellectually, from Arab thugs to be able to speak my mind. So I will speak my mind.
Throughout history, Jesus was an anathema for the Jews who lived under Christian rule. But staring in the 19th century Jewish and Israeli artists have engaged with the figure of Jesus.
After so many recent votes at UNESCO erasing Judeo-Christian history in favor of Islamist misrepresentation one thing is clear: the sooner democracies leave the UN, the better
An Arab from Jordan calls into the show and gives an Arab view point of the terror attacks against Jews and Israel.
The new group encourages its constituencies "to pursue guidance from its own rabbinic authorities and to continue the spirit of mutual respect and dignity that Jewish practice demands and engenders."
I can’t say for sure if my idea would work, but to me it makes sense to fill the plane back to front with the window passengers getting to their seats first, followed by the middle-seaters.
It has never been the function of academic free speech to protect or promote irresponsible, inaccurate, or deranged speech-yet anti-Semitic speech of this kind apparently is
Rav Soloveitchik stated that "to me it is something vulgar, this clamor of the liberals that abortion be permitted."
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