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Pittsburgh, politics and the president
Perhaps a community still haunted by the murder of 6 million Jews explains the irrational fear of why American Jews continue to prefer voting Democratic.
The disease of anti-Semitism infects everyone
The hydra has so many heads, and they are showing up everywhere.
Jordan challenges Israel on land-lease agreement
The land in question isn’t important in and of itself, but it’s a symbol of peace with Israel.
The sick hatred against Jews in the West
Giulio Centemero of the governing party Lega, which is ranked among one of those in Europe of alleged racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism, touched upon all the points that define contemporary anti-Semitism.
Judging good guys (and bad guys) by their actions
What is the senseless radicalization that characterizes the mutual attitude of disdain towards U.S. President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, given also the fact that the two men couldn’t be more different?
When terrorists call for no more war, it’s because they ran out of money
Yahya Sinwar is a man who has literally killed with his own hands those he suspected of being collaborators with Israel, and who is quoted as saying "we will tear out Israeli hearts from their bodies.”
Putin plays a double game
In the wake of a downed spy plane, the fact that Israel is worried means that the United States will be, too, and that tensions between America and Russia may intensify.
Italy follows US lead in ridding itself of UN madness
It’s truly a stretch of the imagination to assume that we are witnessing democratic debate inside the U.N. General Assembly.
The end of Mahmoud Abbas, the phony pacifist
From the moment he became head of the Palestinian Authority in 2005, Abbas failed to maneuver a single strategic victory, despite the fact that Israeli leaders (one after the other) have repeatedly invited him to the negotiating table for peace talks.
Corbyn unmasked: He brought flowers to terrorists
The photos are unmerciful: British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn prays with his hands upwards before the grave of Atef Bseiso, the mastermind behind the 1972 massacre at Munich Olympics.
Trump opens door for talks with Iran to isolate the ayatollahs
The U.S. president’s announcement that he’s willing to meet with Iran’s leaders has created serious difficulties for them, as his goal is to stop Iran’s imperialist designs and its clear intent to create a nuclear bomb.
Syrians flee towards hospitals of the ‘enemy’
Tens of thousands of refugees pile up along the Golden Heights, and Israel opens its doors (with caution) to take care of the wounded.
The extraordinary life of Bernard Lewis, 1916‒2018
The renowned Middle East scholar passed away in the United States on May 19, just 12 days shy of his 102nd birthday.
On Israel’s Netta Barzilai, celebrating ‘otherness’
Her song, “Toy,” is the most feminist-inspired song you could imagine—an ultimate declaration of independence.
All these years later, Netanyahu is finally vindicated
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been acknowledged for his role in understanding, like Winston Churchill did in relation to Hitler, the real danger in the world while everyone else denied it.