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February 18, 2021
IBM and the Holocaust
In view of what IBM was able to accomplish on the Nazis’ behalf in the 1930s, the thought of what Big Tech is capable of today is sobering indeed.
October 29, 2020
Walid Phares lasers in on US foreign policy in ‘The Choice’
Historians a generation from now will undoubtedly call upon this must-read book to help figure out just what the heck happened before, during and after November 2020.
March 16, 2020
Can Netanyahu be justly prosecuted for media manipulation?
The Israeli prime minister’s innocence or guilt is nowhere near as important as what his conviction on such charges would mean to Israel’s democracy.
August 21, 2019
Who’s funding illegal Palestinian settlements in Area C? Links to terrorists
For decades, open allegations have been publicly aired alleging links between the Union of Agricultural Work Committees and the Popular Front for the Liberation Palestine.
August 15, 2019
Who’s funding illegal Palestinian settlements in Area C? Nearly 10,000 cases
To create a de facto Palestinian state without negotiation or even diplomatic consultation with the Israelis, European countries have pumped hundreds of millions of euros annually into illegal building.
August 14, 2019
Who’s funding illegal Palestinian settlements in Area C? Confronting history
In the past half-decade, illegal Palestinian building and infrastructure have sprawled across more than 9,000 dunams (nine square kilometers) in 250 locations with access roads, retaining walls and terracing.
July 30, 2019
Israel’s 2007 decision to attack a Syrian nuclear facility stands as history … and a warning
The world’s attention is once again and inevitably riveted to the nuclear threat from Iran, generating kaleidoscopic theories about a potential military strike to disable Tehran’s program.
May 20, 2019
Israel’s tourism triumph: The lure below
Amid all the veneration of Israel as a Holy Land, two Jerusalem tunnels have emerged as among Israel’s greatest attractions, drawing tourists from many countries.
May 9, 2019
Israel’s tourism triumph: The restaurant scene
Unchained, and yet somehow tethered to a Jewish and regional past, today’s Israeli cuisine blends European, Arabic and Asian traditions in a visual audacity that erases taste borders.
April 7, 2019
Israel’s tourism triumph: Luxury hotels beckon
In 2018, a record 4.1 million visitors streamed into Israel from all over the world. Massive tourist influxes are now seen from the Chinese and Indian travel markets, as well as America’s Christian community.
March 29, 2019
Israel’s tourism triumph
In 2016, 2.9 million total worldwide visitors visited Israel. By the close of 2018, that number had boomed to 4.1 million—and the totals keep climbing. Within the coming decade, Israel expects to employ 98,000 people in its tourism sector.
March 3, 2019
A ballad in the key of four generations of survival
Quite soon, the Holocaust survivors will be gone. The Second Generation, including me, will also soon be gone. The Third Generation has the duty to ensure that the Fourth Generation will carry the torch.
January 23, 2019
Finally, some movement against California colleges that disrupted pro-Israel events
The state’s unusual laws juridically enable the universities to potentially create a double standard and promote unequal justice.
January 2, 2019
Canary Mission is effective against BDS
Canary Mission tracks social-media and videos, capturing BDS, anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic expressions. It then triangulates those expressions into individual profiles: permanent, publicly visible records of the words and images really used by BDS and SJP leaders.
Grass roots Jewish organizations roar
August 17, 2016