PA policeman opened fire on 15 Israelis as their vehicle exited Joseph’s Tomb, where they had attended a prayer service. Among those who survived the attack, one person was in serious condition, […]
This Report was published by NGO Monitor. An op-ed by Human Right Watch’s Middle East and North Africa Director Sarah Leah Whitson, “A Matter of Civil Rights” (Huffington Post, April 15, 2011), blatantly […]
The unbearable lightness of being a Guardian journalist: Israel’s life & death decisions as comic inspiration
The only thing even remotely funny about comedian Mark Thomas’s account of his tour along Israel’s security fence, in My travels: Mark Thomas on walking Israel’s West Bank barrier, Guardian Travel Section, April […]
We’re spending Shabbat with friends in Kochav Hashachar, a national-religious community of 300 families, comprising Kochav Hashachar itself, Maaleh Shlomo and Mitspe Kramim within the jurisdiction of the Mateh Binyamin Regional Council. […]
This video, produced by Aish.com, is a couple years old but still relevant, accurate and inspiring.
Yaacov Lozowick, in his blog, Yaacov Lozowick’s Ruminations, recently commented on the reaction to the Itamar massacre by the Israeli radical left: For years I’ve believed…that for all my disagreements with far-left Israelis, […]
April 21st saw the publication in the Guardian of yet another letter from members of the ‘Free Vanunu’ campaign. As was the case in previous letters from the same organization (here, here, […]
Conal Urquhart’s story in today’s Guardian on the murder of Israeli actor Juliano Mer-Khamis by five masked terrorists in Jenin on April 4th legitimized the intolerance which inspired his killing, and even […]
This was published by Chuck Devore in Investors Business Daily Israel, a New Jersey-sized nation of 7.5 million people (1.7 million of whom are Arab) filed 7,082 international patents in the five years […]
H/T A. Jay Adler On April 20, 1945, five days after their liberation and on the eve of Shabbat, with people dying daily, inmates at Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp sang the song which would become […]
Here is my interview with Hasan Afzal, the director of a new organization whose voice desperately needs to be heard, British Muslims for Israel. AL: You note at your site (British Muslims for Israel) that: […]
A guest post by Geary As Harriet “Hen the Pen” Sherwood joins Jeremy “Our Man in Hamas” Bowen in Tripoli, we might reflect for a moment on the freedoms and privileges bestowed […]
The murder, at the hands of Islamists, of anti-Israel activist, ISM member, and Hamas supporter, Vittorio Arrigoni on April 15th was reported extensively by the Guardian, whose hagiography included: Body of kidnapped […]
The website of Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, posted an article on the recent death of Israeli teen Daniel Viflic, who died as the result of brain injuries sustained after Hamas […]
H/T Harry’s Place Back in college (during the Cold War, while the Soviet Empire was still alive and, barely, kicking), at Temple University – the reddest of red of the far left […]
To all of our friends celebrating Passover, (!חג שמח) Chag Same’ach!
H/T Israel Matzav Brought to you by our friends at Latma.
Here are additional details, released by the Prime Minister’s Office, regarding the Palestinians arrested in connection with the murders of the Fogel family. Following the March 11th murders of five members of […]
Dear Quakers in Britain. I read your press release dated 5th April 2011, which I am afraid, evidences your woeful grasp of the complexity of the situation in the Middle East. I […]
The 16-year-old boy who was critically injured by an anti-tank missile fired by Hamas has died. Daniel Viflic – whose full Hebrew name was Raphael Daniel Ariel ben Tamar – had been in […]