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Nazi guard deported from US to Germany dies at age 95
January 11, 2019
In 2001, Jakiw Palij confessed to U.S. Department of Justice officials that he was a guard at Trawniki.
Why is Egypt intent on restoring Jewish heritage sites in a country devoid of Jews?
Ariel Ben Solomon
January 9, 2019
Egyptian Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani announced in December that roughly $70 million would be spent to restore Jewish heritage sites, though Israel’s former ambassador to the country says that won’t happen.
January 7, 2019
‘Palestine’ origins and former members of US Congress
Israel came into existence in 1948. Palestine, incidentally, never became an independent geopolitical entity.
January 6, 2019
‘Terror,’ tigers and tabby cats
Unlike Arab terrorist organizations, alleged Jewish “extremists” have no equivalent of Iran to equip them or Qatar to finance them; they have no international offices with communications and supply infrastructures spanning the globe.
January 4, 2019
Temple to mosque and mosque to temple
In Jerusalem, despite the law, Jews and Christians cannot freely access the site except as tourists and visitors, and they surely cannot pray anywhere inside the compound.
Middle East Forum
December 31, 2018
Tectonic shifts in attitudes towards Israel
MbS vs. Jeremy Corbyn symbolizes these two tectonic shifts, as does Israel now enjoying better relations with Egypt than with Sweden. The president of Chad turns up in Israel but a singer from New Zealand does not.