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The Daily Syndicate
Thursday, February 8, 2018
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Despite reward for fugitive Palestinian terrorist, U.S. and Jordan remain slow to act
Relatives of the terrorist’s victims are expressing disappointment and anger at what they call a half-hearted U.S. effort in this and similar cases.
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Is there still bi-partisan support for Israel?
Former ambassadors Shapiro, Oren: Israel needs to win back Democrats
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Is the presumed partisan crisis on Israel as stark as the headlines suggest? Former American and Israeli ambassadors disagree on the extent of the problem, but agree that the issue should be addressed.
Damned if you do . . . and Trump and Netanyahu are certainly doing
The campaign against them signifies a cultural disorder in the West that borders on the pathological.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Why all the silence when it comes to Syrian refugees?
Palestinians, African migrants and even Dreamers have everyone’s sympathy. Meanwhile, one of the great humanitarian crises of the century is unfolding in Syria, and the world just yawns.
Trump thanks Guatemala’s Morales for Jerusalem embassy move
President Donald Trump thanked his Guatemalan counterpart, Jimmy Morales, for his announcement that he would move Guatemala’s embassy to Jerusalem.
Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades establishes ‘Yasser Arafat’ military base in Gaza
The Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a coalition of Palestinian terror groups in the West Bank, announced in recent months that it has established the “Yasser Arafat” military base in the Gaza Strip, which is intended to train Palestinian fighters for the continuation of the “armed struggle” against Israel and Palestinians who are not sympathetic to the terror movement’s cause.
Israel’s Supreme Court rejects appeals of murderers in 2014 Jewish terror attack
Abu Khdeir was kidnapped in Jerusalem, burned and killed just three days after the bodies of three Israeli teenagers--Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frankel--were recovered by IDF forces after a massive 18-day manhunt. The three were kidnapped by Palestinians from a bus stop post in Judea. The murders of the three Israelis, and then Abu Khdeir, fueled tensions across Israel and contributed to the breakout of the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict.
A Tale of Two Presidents
Poll: Israelis consider Trump policies pro-Israel, Obama policies pro-Palestinian
March of the Living will continue trips despite Polish bill denying complicity in Holocaust
The International March of the Living, an educational initiative that has brought more than 250,000 participants to visit concentration camps in Poland, has announced that it will continue its trip in 2018, despite the Polish Holocaust bill.
IDF busts Arab weapons ring amidst increased violence in West Bank
Troops confiscated four handguns, three air-powered guns, four commando knives, military equipment such as holsters, harnesses and gun mounts, and thousands of rounds of ammunition.
PM Netanyahu blocks vote to apply sovereignty throughout Judea and Samaria
The Judea and Samaria sovereignty bill, submitted by MK Yoav Kish (Likud) calls for “unrestricted construction and to extend Israeli law and sovereignty” throughout all Israeli-controlled areas in the West Bank.
The business of saving Jewish lives, one kidney at a time
Those in need of kidney most often seek the organ from family members, though family members are not always a match for the recipient or have other reasons why they can’t donate. Altruistic kidney donation is not exactly commonplace, but a Brooklyn organization, Renewal, is working to make it more so.