Sabeel Christian Anti-Zionist Organization Gains Power

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Dexter Van Zile, CAMERA analyst: “Sabeel has succeeded in turning anti-Zionism into a competing religious practice in American mainstream churches and a persistent element in Protestant thought”. “In 1994, Reverend Naim Ateek established the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem. This Anglican priest who holds Israeli nationality, and his associates,…

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Understanding the Holocaust Is Understanding Israel

By SHIRA SORKO-RAM, MAOZ— April is the month when Israel remembers the 6,000,000 Jews killed in the Holocaust (sundown April 7-8) when every vehicle stops and humans stand at attention for two minutes while sirens sound. Then on April 14-15, another siren sounds on Memorial Day for the 23,000 Jewish soldiers killed while defending the…

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Rockets, mortars fired at Israel's south, IAF strikes Gaza

By ISRAEL HAYOM— Palestinian terrorists fired two rockets at the southern Israeli city of Sderot on Wednesday morning. The rockets exploded in an open area and no injuries or damage were reported. The attacks followed strikes by the Israel Air Force against two terror targets in Gaza Strip on Tuesday night, which in turn followed…

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How the Media missed a mideast breakthrough

By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER— “I honestly believe that if any Israeli parent sat down with those Palestinian kids, they’d say I want these kids to succeed.” Barack Obama, in Jerusalem, March 21 Very true. But how does the other side feel about Israeli kids? Consider that the most revered parent in Palestinian society is Mariam Farhat…

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Shhhh, Don’t Tell Anyone: Hamas Won

By ANDREW MCCARTHY, FRONTPAGEMAG— Barack Obama brought enough Chicago-style community organizing to Israel that Benjamin Netanyahu knew what he would have to do. If he hoped to keep the tepid support of his country’s essential but icy ally, Israel’s prime minister would have to do what he’d spent nearly three years steadfastly refusing to do.…

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Views from abroad: In Mideast, Obama must make a move

By YORAM ETTINGER, USA TODAY— Is Barack Obama learning from history by avoiding the crucial errors of his first visit to the Middle East shortly after becoming president? In 2009, when he visited Cairo to speak directly to the Arab world, Obama anticipated engagement, rather than confrontation, with Iran, which threatened the survival of pro-U.S.…

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