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Muslim men praying in Manger Square, Bethlehem?

Muslim men praying in Manger Square, Bethlehem?

Faith Goldy, Sheila Gunn Reid, the zany Gavin McInnes and myself crammed in everything we could, from the border with Gaza, to Jewish “settlements” in the West Bank. There were so many amazing sights — like the video of hundreds of Muslim men filling Manger Square, outside the Church of the Nativity, in Bethlehem, as […]

From Noble to Ignoble: Quaker Relations with Israel

Originally published under the title “The Nature of Quaker Education.” Unwittingly, Friends’ Central School in Wynnewood, PA, a well-regarded Quaker establishment, has once again come under fire for its ties to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement supported by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). The school operates in accordance with the Quaker philosophy […]

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“The IDF holds Hamas accountable for any attacks from the Gaza Strip that jeopardize the safety of Israelis and breach Israel’s sovereignty,” IDF Spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner stated. And at last Israel and the IDF have a man in the White House who is actually on their side. Maybe now Israel won’t always be […]

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Destruction ‘Beyond Belief’ at Jewish Cemetery, 300 GRAVES VANDALIZED

Further proof of how the enemedia under reports these vicious acts of antisemitism. This second desecration of Jewish graves in Philadelphia was first reported to be “a couple of dozen” (see ABC news). Then the reports said it was a hundred tombstones. Now the number tops three hundred. Would no self-respecting journalists actually go out […]

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Is Judaism a Good Model for Islamic Reform?

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Is Judaism a Good Model for Islamic Reform?

Mustafa Akyol’s recent New York Times column, “What Jesus Can Teach Today’s Muslims,” bravely broaches one of the most important issues today: reform in Islam. The separation of church and state, the position of women, the role of violence— all of these factors and more must be addressed for the Muslim world to experience its […]

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Times of Israel Lies/Libels Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

The Times of Israel, a leftist rag known more for its left-wing yellow journalism than its support of Israel (despite its name), has long blacklisted me and besmirched my work. They smear those of us who speak candidly about jihad terror, and more specifically, the jihad against the Jews. Instead, TOI boot-licks and brown-noses the […]

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Questions about the Muslim Jewish Advisory Council

This event took place on February 1. This evening, the Washington policy debate over radical Islam is promised a fresh interfaith effort. In the Dirksen Senate Office Building, beginning at 6 p.m., Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Ben Cardin (D-Md) will cohost a reception honoring a new “Muslim Jewish Advisory Council” (MJAC). The Council was […]

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Why Israelis Like Trump

A slightly revised version of article originally published under the title “Trump Has Fans in Israel for Taking on This Very Tough Issue.” Israel is a very pro-American country, maybe the most in the world. As in the past, Israelis followed the U.S. presidential election with extreme interest, amazed that the American political system did […]

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The MLA vs. Israel

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The MLA vs. Israel

A Middle East studies scholar once told me that only those trained in the history of the Middle East or in religious studies (like himself) are qualified to speak, write and teach about Islamist terrorism. His point was that too many non-specialists were “muddying up the discourse.” I reminded him that the patron saint of […]

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This Is the Moment for an Israeli Victory

The U.S.-sponsored Israeli–Palestinian “peace process” began in December 1988, when Palestinian Liberation Organization leader Yasir Arafat met American conditions and “accepted United Nations Security Council resolutions 242 and 338, recognized Israel’s right to exist and renounced terrorism” (actually, given Arafat’s heavily accented English, it sounded like he “renounced tourism”). That peace process screeched to an […]

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