Israel Hails Netanyahu’s Speech, But Was Anyone Else Listening?

By RYAN JONES, ISRAEL TODAY— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before the UN General Assembly on Monday was at the forefront of the news cycle in Israel on Tuesday. From the left to the right of the political spectrum, everyone agreed Israel’s leader is a gifted orator. But the question is, was anyone else listening?…

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Some terrorists more equal than others

By JONATHAN TOBIN, COMMENTARY— Last week, when President Obama denounced ISIS during his speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations and called for a concerted effort by the international community to defeat the terrorist group, he received some well-deserved applause. But when Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu called for the same body to judge…

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Why God won't allow Israel to perish

By Joseph Farah, WorldNetDaily.com Israelis are feeling uneasy these days as their leaders continue to negotiate away the land their sons and fathers and brothers fought so courageously to defend from enemies in four major wars and several minor ones. Jews around the world are wondering if their tiny state can possibly survive the onslaught…

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A friendship grown less warm

By MARK TOOLEY, WEEKLY STANDARD— Senator Ted Cruz’s vigorous defense of Israel at a recent conference for persecuted Middle Eastern Christians in Washington, D.C., provoked jeers from a loud minority in the audience, made up largely of Catholics and Orthodox, many of them from the region or of Middle Eastern background. In June, the Presbyterian…

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Is God through with the Jews?

By EARL COX— Anti-Semitism is spreading around the world at an alarming speed. In case you don’t know what anti-Semitism is, it is a Jew-hating attitude of discrimination against, or hostility towards, Jewish people. Some might conjure up images of goose-stepping Nazis, Germany and the Holocaust, but these images cause us to miss today’s subtle,…

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The quiet intifada in Jerusalem

By MICHAEL FREUND— In recent months, Palestinian terrorists have transformed Jerusalem into a battleground, carrying out increasingly brazen attacks against Jews. The incidents have grown in both quantity and severity, putting Jewish lives and property at risk. While the media has largely ignored the story, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist, and it is time…

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Iran seeks give and take on militants nuclear program

By REUTERS— Iran is ready to work with the United States and its allies to stop Islamic State militants, but would like to see more flexibility on Iran’s uranium enrichment program, senior Iranian officials told Reuters. The comments from the officials, who asked not to be named, highlight how difficult it may be for the…

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Video: Michael Rogatchi, Violin Garden

Musical video-essay by Inna Rogatchi featuring VIOLIN GARDEN (1994 – 2014) collection of the oil painings by Michael Rogatchi, the world-renowned master of ‘the metaphorical expressionism’. The works from this collection belong to some of the world’s leading museum and to the notable private art collections in Europe and the USA. Music have a special…

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