The shift away from the U.S. is a major one, a source close to Saudi policy said.
Palestinians are completely defined by honor and shame. They are walking bundles of shame waiting for events to attach these "Days of Rage" to - because they want excuses to turn their shame into honor
These "rabbis" don't give a damn about the facts of the case. They will support their anti-Israel friend no matter what, even if that means supporting a terrorist who killed Jews
Everybody hates the Palestinians, but their own brothers hate them the most.
Mondoweiss, being Mondoweiss, tries to find a way to tie everything to hating Israel:
Moussavi said both Hezbollah and the Lebanese Army are the target of Israeli-backed Takfiri groups.
The word "historic" to refer to pre-1967 could easily be used to claim that any Jewish presence in the Old City is a violation of the 1948-1967 status when Jordan ensured the Old City was Jew-free
I cannot even find an anecdote of Jews who somehow managed to sneak into Egypt, Syria or Lebanon, which is not proof it didn't happen...but if it did, it doesn't sound like it was anything close to these Arab countries sheltering European Jews.
Stop using this massacre as an excuse to pin this on ideological and political enemies. Every group has Jew-hatred associated with them in one way or another.
Egypt is not going to tolerate Hamas' presence.
After decades of being able to attack Israel with no opposition, the PLO has no idea how to handle someone like Haley who actually announces the fact that the Palestinian emperor has no clothes
Elder of Ziyon shows that Abbas is cynically using the Holocaust as a way to say that Jews are doing to Palestinian Arabs the same "injustice" and "oppression" that Jews suffered under Nazis.
We should not minimize right-wing antisemitism. But too much of the news coverage in the wake of Pittsburgh has minimized all other forms of antisemitism. Muslims attacking Jews and blacks attacking Hasidim are "accepted" as, barely worth reporting.
Palestinian Muslims, who obsessively and meticulously count this, say that 2649 "settlers" (plus police/security officials to protect them) "stormed the Al Aqsa Mosque" during the ENTIRE month of May.
What sort of government do I want? How far to the right does my ideology go? But just how far right they go, is always a question for me.
Which means that Israel has conceded a great deal during the process.
Ashrawi: Not only should Britain apologize for the declaration and to immediately recognize a Palestinian state on the so-called 1967 borders, but Britain should compensate the Palestinians for their suffering.
Tthe Dome of the Rock is ubiquitous in Palestinian political life today because the British thought they would get goodwill from the Arabs of Palestine if they helped repair the long-ignored site. Instead, it was used to fuel antisemitism and create Palestinian nationalism - which were, and remain, joined at the hip.
Friedman doesn't think anything bad will happen, and by gosh, that's all anyone needs!
Euro-Mid is blaming Israel for defending itself because killing terrorists creates widows.
There is no question whatsoever that Odeh was behind the fatal bombing of a SuperSol market in 1969
The Times never never told Palestinians that they weren't ready, or to wait some more until things get more peaceful nor gave Israel veto power over a Palestinian state the way it gives Iraq and Turkey that power over Kurdistan.
State Department spokesman John Kirby, spoke surreally about the vicious libel by Abbas but didn't come close to condemning it.
The latest stunning finds from excavations at the City of David...
Karl Vick is clearly unaware that Rabin never advocated a Palestinian Arab state. He never advocated dividing Jerusalem.
Polonium was itself not found on Arafat's remains, but lead-210 was, which is assumed to be masking the polonium.
Mahmoud Abbas shamelessly lied to the President of the United States in front of the entire world.
Waters consistently calls for the boycott of the only country in the region to respect basic human rights.
Ironically, they cannot even pronounce the letter "P"
Reporting on the fighting as if it is a traditional war plays into the hands of Hamas, since controlling the news cycle is not peripheral but essential in cognitive war. While the West may just be waking up to the importance of cognitive warfare, Israel has been fighting it for a long time