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The Daily Syndicate
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
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Why is Ireland the most anti-Israel country in Europe?
The Irish and Jewish people share a common history of suffering cruel persecution and achieving national redemption against immeasurable odds. But today, modern Ireland is one of Europe’s fiercest critics of Israel.
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Jonathan S. Tobin
‘Outside-in’ is inside out
The notion that Arab states can be relied upon to safeguard Israel’s security in a theoretical peace deal is a a pipe dream. Far from the Arabs protecting Israel, the reality is that Israel protects them.
Stephen M. Flatow
Palestinian misogyny gets a pass yet again
A senior Palestinian Authority official this week declared that “Nikki Haley needs to shut up.” If a representative of any other regime had used such language against a female American diplomat, feminists everywhere would be up in arms—and rightly so. But for some reason, Palestinian misogyny gets a pass.
Lebanon: Israel’s border fence violates our sovereignty
Lebanese military officials told their Israeli counterparts during a meeting chaired by United Nations peacekeepers that a border fence between the two countries violates Lebanese sovereignty.
Residents of Judea neighborhood bemoan continued Israeli government preparations to destroy homes
Residents of the Netiv Ha’avot neighborhood in northern Judea expressed dismay over the continuation of plans to destroy 16 homes that were found to have been built on unauthorized land,
IDF terminates Palestinian terrorist behind murder of Israeli father of six Rabbi Raziel Shevach
Ahmed Nassar Jarrar, the head of the Palestinian terror cell that on Jan. 9 murdered Israeli father of six and volunteer medic Rabbi Raziel Shevach, a resident of the Havat Gilad settlement, was killed early Tuesday morning by IDF forces.
Petri dish for a diverse high-tech Israeli future: Jerusalem’s Hadassah Academic College
Jerusalem's Hadassah Academic College is leading the way in high-tech training for Israel's underserved minority communities.
An Undivided Capital?
‘Abandoned’ Arab neighborhoods threaten Jewish majority in Jerusalem
Makor Rishon / Exclusive to JNS
For several months now, Israel’s National Security Council has been examining plans that would change the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem to preserve the capital city's Jewish majority.