Harvard #1 in Academic Antisemitism

The redefinition, suppression and denigration of Jewish identity on campus are at all-time highs.

Blinken Warns Jewish State Not to Allow Prayer

Secretary of State falsely equated “violence in the West Bank, perpetrated by both Palestinians and Israeli settlers.”

Abe Foxman Just Threw Israel Under The Bus

Although there was close U.S. cooperation with Israel’s investigation into the death of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, the Department of Justice surprised many with an announcement that it was launching its own investigation.

The Twitter Document Dump

The whole idea that there was anything like collusion happening was later shown to be based on the now-discredited Steele Dossier.

Cultural Appropriation and the Jews

Irving, West, the Black Israelites, the Nation of Islam and their ilk have no choice but to demonize the Jews, because Jewish endurance and legitimacy expose the fraud at the heart of their invented identity.

Double Standard: Trump Condemned but Free-Pass for Other Pols Legitimizing Jew-hatred

The former president was wrong to host antisemites, but other political leaders have legitimized Jew-haters with no pushback. Why?

Iran Sending $ and Weapons to New West Bank Terror Groups

Iran is working against Israel on all fronts. The activity in the West Bank is another step in the tightening of Iran’s stranglehold around Israel.

Israel’s Concern: Ye-Fuentes Sorry Saga is the Start

According to an Israeli source, "2023 is predicted to be a decisive and difficult year" when it comes to antisemitism in the American mainstream.

Only A Strong NATO Prevents WWIII

atvian President Egils Levits speaks about his visit to Israel to strengthen security ties against the backdrop of the Ukraine war as his country – and fellow Baltic states Lithuania and Estonia – fear they might be next.

Belgium’s World Cup Football Riots: A Symbol of the Failure of the Migration Policy

It's as if Belgium has given up, accepting its destiny as a multicultural country with a Muslim majority

Is Likud Ready?

For the past three years when there was no clear winner in the elections, the politicians managed to keep going using various rotating portfolios and other mechanisms to share power. But now, with the Right being the clear winner in the election, there is a golden opportunity to return to stability.

Israel’s New Government

–Is it REALLY the most extreme in the history of the universe?

The Conundrum of ‘Jewish Pride’

Perhaps the only true Jewish pride comes not from simply being Jewish, but from gratitude and resolution.

‘Peace will start at the Temple Mount’

Interview with tthe founder of ,Inon Dan Kehati:

The Forgotten Friendship: Israel and the Soviet Bloc: Part III: Reversal of Soviet Policy

If Jewish nationalism was revived and emigration permitted, national separatism would once again become a national issue.

When The Israeli Army Asks Religious Soldiers To Fight In Mixed-Gender Units

Women have become a major part of the defense effort, especially in the fields of intelligence and cyber security. More and more, women are beginning to enter actual combat units.

Ukraine’s Past Matters

Kyiv is right to ask that Stalin’s terror famine be recognized as genocide. But it should be equally honest about those who collaborated with Hitler.

Court Jews Courting Favor

“Another bad idea from two guys who consistently have been wrong on US - Israel policy"

Appeal of Antisemitism Among American Muslims

While there are some American Muslims who acknowledge that Israel isn’t going away, they are not willing to say so publicly. This silence, coupled with extremist anti-Israel activism, is contributing to a decline in Jewish safety in the U.S.

Israeli Progressives Push Pernicious Parallel

The “anyone but Bibi” crowd never lets the inconvenient truth that the spike in violence cannot be attributed to the incoming government disrupt its narrative. And Transportation Merav Michaeli is the queen bee of chutzpah on this score.

How and Why Human Rights Groups Try to Redefine Apartheid Against Israel

NGO-Monitor’s team focused on whether HRWs 217-page report was based on serious research. It wasn't.

The Modern Orthodox Conundrum: Part III: The Solution?

I didn’t get the memo that I was actually standing in front of G-d and blowing an opportunity to ask Him for brachos.

Making Sense of Mixed Messages

My week in Israel was replete with a range of often contradictory and paradoxical experiences.

In Tragedy, One Plus One Does Not Equal Two

I couldn't bring myself to put pen to paper in the wake of that unspeakable tragedy then, so why are these memories flooding me now?

Tehran Dangles Samson Option Again

The mullahs played that trick with presidents Clinton, George W. Bush, Obama, and Trump. In every case, except that of Trump, the trick worked.

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