But today, to send your child to college is to play Russian roulette with their values. There is a good chance your child will return from college alienated from you, from America, from Western civilization and from whatever expression of any Bible-based religion in which you raised your child.
It is hardly a surprise that this era has been described as “the post-truth era.” In this post-truth world, Ilhan Omar can claim she is not anti-Semitic in the slightest – and be believed. Rashida Tlaib can make insanely unbelievable claims about Palestinian Arabs offering “refuge” to Jews fleeing the Holocaust, and any attack on her is declared Islamophobic
Rashida Tlaib’s Holocaust comments after decades of a failed peace process demonstrate that Palestinians must understand the role their choices played in the tragedy
What has unfolded in Gaza should not really surprise anyone willing to face up to the inclement realities. After all, it was not only entirely foreseeable, but easily foreseen
May 2019: Outright lies and inversion of facts took a curious turn. Instead of only manufacturing a narrative that Palestinian Arabs are victims of Jewish aggression and racism, a new voice directed the message that Palestinians were the saviors of Jews.
Let’s be honest. How many shuls in your neighborhood celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut this past week? There was a time, not too long ago, when 90 percent of shuls in America commemorated this awesome day… but now?
Will Philadelphia next remove the Liberty Bell? After all, it was commissioned by slave owners and inscribed with a verse from the Bible.
hTe end goal of these Temple Mount terrorists: to detach the Jewish People from the source of their national strength and history.
One is left wondering how any Arab leader would accept any peace plan with Israel when a mayor is being widely condemned and shamed for being caught on camera in the company of Israelis.
The horrible anti-Israel bias of the NY Times has been going on for roughly a decade however, one cannot help but marvel at the entirely new expressions concocted at the paper to excuse the Palestinian war crimes.
Any video defending America or Israel inevitably receives many negative responses. But no videos elicit the amount of contempt and mockery that videos defending religion, explaining the Bible, or arguing for G-d do. Why is that?
I firmly believe that a large segment of the population loved our ideas, but just weren’t ready to vote for us. Will they be ready to vote Zehut the next time around? I believe “yes” and here’s why...
If no people on earth existed other than the Israelis and Palestinians, Israel would still respond with “restraint.” Why?
Palestinian logic boils down to blackmail: You Israelis are rich, strong, and happy, so we will make you miserable unless you give us or give us access to more money. It's weird, it's sick
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas understood that he had made a grave error in calling out his Arab brothers for their tightfistedness. This was a massive mistake because his Arab brothers do not tolerate any form of criticism. For them, Abbas should only be criticizing Israel and the US.
Despite possible short term difficulties, Israel should seize on the impending collapse of the Palestinian Authority as an opportunity to extricate itself from the deadly cul-de-sac, into which the Oslo process has lured it
Spare us the false analogies and crocodile tears shed for the Six Million by those who support anti-Semitism and the war on the Jewish state.
Why aren’t most American Jews troubled by the Times’ cartoon? Why were all American Jews horrified by the anti-Semitic shootings at the California synagogue this past weekend, while most barely had their feathers ruffled by the anti-Semitic cartoon in one of the most influential media in America?
All that was needed was a self-declaration and a woman’s wig. He was all set! In fact, he could have self-identified as a woman on Monday and re-self-identified as a man on Tuesday. My advice to him is to hold on to the wig. You simply never know these days whom you might feel like being when you wake up in the morning.
The sentiments were that destruction of these particular Christian houses of worship were an affront to people of all faiths, not just Christians. If only the Jews in Jerusalem could get an iota of those sentiments.