Saturday people, Sunday people

by Leila Gilbert, Weekly Standard First the Saturday People, then the Sunday People. Such graffiti can sometimes be found in Muslim neighborhoods in the Middle East. The “Saturday People” are, of course, Jews, today nearly gone from Muslim lands. Now the Sunday people”—Christians— are in the crosshairs, and they, too, are fleeing at an alarming…

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‘Death to America and Israel’ Slogans at Muslim Hajj Pilgrimage

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, Israel National News Tens of thousands of Muslims chanted “Death to America” and “Death to Israel” at the annual Hajj pilgrimage, which the Ayatollah of Iran called “a symbol of spirituality.” The Arab Ahlul Bayt News Agency reported, “The pilgrims chanted anti-US and anti-Zionist slogans during the ceremony, also attended by…

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Obama's Middle East failure

by Joseph Puder, Frontpagemag The results of the mid-term elections were widely considered to be a rebuke of President Barack Obama’s policies, specifically against his domestic agenda. His foreign policy failures, however, have not been scrutinized as closely. Yet, the ramifications of his failed policies, particularly in the Middle East, reverberate daily. The Obama administration’s…

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Harper and Obama on Israel

by Isi Leibler, Jerusalem Post Having recently visited the US and Canada, I was left with a feeling of profound disquiet concerning the starkly contrasting attitudes toward Israel displayed by the leaders of these two neighboring countries. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has unquestionably emerged as Israel’s greatest friend in the world, effectively assuming the role…

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Annexation Now!

by Yoel Meltzer, American Thinker Despite the ongoing fixation by an assortment of Israeli trendsetters and decision-makers with the concept of land for peace, for the majority of Jews living in Israel, the picture is totally different. Years of terrorist attacks, wars, and missile bombardment following pullouts from Lebanon and Gaza, ongoing menacing threats from Iran,…

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US demanding much more than 3-month freeze

by David Lev, Israelnationalnews.com Contrary to reports in the media that portray the U.S. as giving Israel a “package” of “benefits” for another three months of building freeze in Judea and Samaria, Washington is actually demanding a lot more for its largesse – far more than Israel can safely agree to, said Infrastructures Minister Uzi…

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By failing Canada, we failed ourselves

by JINSA Report, JINSA.org Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, speaking at a conference of international parliamentarians and experts attending a conference on combating anti-Semitism, told the assembled that Canada refused to “pretend” to be an “honest broker” on Israel, even though it meant losing its bid for a seat on the UN Security Council. Canada…

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The Palestinian Authority and our tax dollars

by Caroline Glick, JPost Two weeks ago, a Palestinian from Bethlehem was arrested by the US-financed and trained Palestinian Authority security forces. He was charged with “carrying out commercial transactions with residents of a hostile state.” No, he was not buying uranium from Iran. His purported crime was purchasing wood products from an Israeli community…

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Netanyahu agrees to push for settlement freeze

by Mark Landler, NY Times Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has agreed to push his cabinet to freeze most construction on settlements in the West Bank for 90 days to break an impasse in peace negotiations with the Palestinians, an official briefed on talks between the United States and Israel said Saturday evening. In…

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Eric Cantor flexes muscle for Israel

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, Israel National News Jewish Republican Representative Eric Cantor met last week with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and promised him that his party will act as a “check” on the Obama administration. The unusual meeting offers a strong hint that U.S. President Barack Obama will find Congress taking a more assertive role…

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