Israel says sabotage may stretch Iran's atomic timeline

BY REUTERS— Israel on Tuesday played down the prospect of an imminent attack on Iran, saying its arch-foe’s controversial nuclear program could still be set back by sanctions and sabotage. Six world powers are expected to renew efforts next month to talk Tehran into curbing its uranium enrichment, which can yield fuel for atomic warheads…

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BIG (Buy Israel Goods) campaign set for March 30

StandWithUs is urging schools, campuses, synagogues, community organizations, and individuals to celebrate Israel by designating March 30 as the day to buy up Israeli goods at local stores. The date was chosen because the anti-Israel boycott campaign has planned a global boycott of Israeli products for the same day (March 30). Protestors will stand outside…

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Christians and Jews United

BY EPHRAIM MIRVIS, JPOST— This month we celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Council of Christians and Jews, the oldest national interfaith organization in the UK. The organization has had a profound effect on Jewish-Christian relations, both in the UK and internationally. While CCJ may be a relatively small organization, its anniversary was recognized by…

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UNHRC: Israeli withdrawal from council would be regrettable

BY REUTERS— The president of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) Laura Dupuy Lasserre responded Monday to media reports of Israel’s intention to cuts all contacts with the council, saying that if confirmed, it would be “most regrettable.” A senior diplomatic official earlier said that the Foreign Ministry had decided to cut off all…

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Remembering a Christian warrior for Zion

BY MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— Saturday marked the 68th anniversary of the passing of a great man, one whose contributions to the establishment of the State of Israel and its defense cannot be overstated. And though his name graces numerous streets, thoroughfares and educational institutions throughout the land, Orde Wingate’s unique role in helping to lay…

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Remembering a Christian warrior for Zion

BY MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— Saturday marked the 68th anniversary of the passing of a great man, one whose contributions to the establishment of the State of Israel and its defense cannot be overstated. And though his name graces numerous streets, thoroughfares and educational institutions throughout the land, Orde Wingate’s unique role in helping to lay…

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No more like lambs to the slaughter

BY VICTOR SHARPE, FAMILY SECURITY MATTERS— There is no hiding the fact that Jews throughout the world are under increasing threat from an unholy trinity of Islamic terrorists, neo-Nazis, and the radical Left. The horrific slaughter of a rabbi and three children at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, shattered the Jewish community of some…

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Vatican’s twisted priorities

BY GUILIO MEOTTI, YNET— In a special interview with Die Tagespost last week, Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal, named by Pope Benedict to represent the Vatican in the Jewish State, declared that “Israel’s existence as such has nothing to do with the Bible.” He then compared Christians’ condition in today’s Jerusalem with Jesus’ Passion:…

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Same Old Anti-Semitic French

BY GIULIO MEOTTI, ARUTZ 7— Now they all hypocritically say “never again”. They all preach “le devoir de mémoire”, the duty to remember. They all make anti-anti-Semitism the all-embracing popular opinion, much as anti-racism in the United States. They all despise “the monster”, Mohammed Merah, who allegedly killed Rav Sandler and three Jewish children in…

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Christ at the Checkpoint Rebukes Israel, Demands Empathy for Islamists

BY LUKE MOON, IRD— Israel and its numerous Evangelical supporters are to blame for all the difficulties facing Palestinian Christians, according to a recent Christian conference held in Bethlehem. “The Israeli occupation is a sin, if you don’t think it is a sin, you must think it is a blessing,” Dr. Yohanna Katanacho, co-author of…

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Toulouse and Gaza; Baroness Ashton -and Lenin's female cook

BY INNA ROGATCHI, THE ROGATCHI FOUNDATION— To have the nerve to compare publicly the Toulouse massacre with Gaza, means to have no brain, no heart, no sense of reality, not even elementary knowledge, and no skills to run any office at all. Catherine Ashton has no moral or professional right to lead the foreign policy…

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