EU Boycott Will Harm Palestinians

The EU Boycott of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria is expected to adversely affect Palestinians.

Iran: ‘Construction Will Continue’ at Arak Nuclear Site

The Obama administration has been touting its alleged rapprochement with Iran in recent months.

Ben-Gurion University Trains Jordanian Emergency Responders

Ben Gurion University recently graduated its first class of both Jordanian and Israeli students who completed studies for BA degrees in emergency medicine.

Haifa Since Biblical Times

The Jewish history of Haifa extends from the present day back thousands of years to Israel’s ancient past.

Rich Jewish Heritage at Embattled Joseph’s Tomb

“The bones of Joseph which the Children of Israel brought up from Egypt were buried in Shechem in the portion of the field that had been purchased by Jacob.”

Young, Hidden Polish Jews Discover Heritage in Israel

While most surviving Jews left Poland after a brief return to search for relatives, some remained.

Faces of Israel: Nachman Klieman, Founder of U-Boutique

As someone who lives on the front line of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Klieman has personal experience when it comes to Palestinian terrorism.

Turkish Israeli Leaders Speak Out About Turkish Spring

Two prominent Turkish Israeli communal leaders speak out about events in Turkey. According to Eyal Peretz, chairman of Arkadash, an organization promoting...

The World Should Act against Assad

Israeli intelligence reports confirm that Syria has used chemical weapons against her own people, yet the world does virtually nothing to stop the Syrian massacre.

Opinion: Jordan Should Welcome Palestinian Refugees

Grant Jordanian citizenship and basic human rights to Jordan’s Palestinian majority.

Faces of Israel: Mazal Elijah, Immigrant from Iraq

If an Arab barged into your home and demanded to marry your daughter, it was impossible to refuse him.

Spanish Government Funds Anti-Israel NGOS

The four organizations listed are just a sampling of the types of groups supported by the Spanish government.

Turkish-Muslim TV Commentator Goes to Bat for Israel

Despite the risks, Ozbudak believes that 'someone should speak up and say the truth, so others can follow.'

Israel to Contribute to EU’s New Galileo Satellite System

A joint venture between the European Space Agency and the EU Commission, Galileo will be a worldwide network of 30 satellites

Teen Victims Wrongly Blamed for Kidnapping

Foreign Minister Liberman expressed outrage that some blamed the kidnapped boys for their situation.

Debunking the ‘Palestinians as Native Americans’ Myth

In one anti-Israel protest outside of Nablus, Palestinians even dressed up like Native Americans in order to make a political point.

India & Israel: Increasing Partnership in Trade & Security

There is already a three-year agricultural agreement in place where Israel assists Indian farmers.

Human Rights Abuses the EU Doesn’t Boycott

Amid its divestment from Judea and Samaria, the EU refuses to boycott ongoing human rights abuses in Morocco and Armenia.

Rachel’s Tomb: A Jewish Holy Site Since Ancient Times

The sixteenth century Arab historian Mujir Al Din wrote that Rachel’s Tomb was a Jewish holy place.

Learning Peace Through Soccer

According to Sivan Hendel of the Peres Center for Peace, 'Sports is an international language.'

Monitoring Professors Who Hate and Attack their Country

The Israel Academia Monitor organization hosted a conference in Tel Aviv to raise awareness about anti-Israel professors who contribute to the delegitimization of Israel.

By the Law Among Nations, Jerusalem Belongs to Us

Jordan’s annexation of the East Jerusalem was never recognized by the international community.

Alice Walker’s Mistaken Anti-Israel Position

Noted African American author Alice Walker has falsely called Israel an apartheid state and supports the BDS movement, the reality is that the State...

Medieval Jews Fleeing Persecution Took Refuge in Ottoman Empire

Turkey became home to Jews expelled from Hungary in 1376, from France in 1394, and from Sicily in the early 15th century.

Headlines

Latest News Stories


Sponsored Post

Recommended Today


Something Random from the Week

Printed from: https://www.jewishpress.com/blogs/united-with-israel/eu-boycott-will-harm-palestinians/2013/07/24/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: