Extremism Escalating in the West Bank

By KHALED ABU TOAMEH, GATESTONE— What happened at the al-Aqsa Mosque during last week’s Friday prayers should be sounding alarm bells in the U.S., Britain and France. After the prayers, during a demonstration in support of Egypt’s deposed President Mohamed Morsi, thousands of Muslims began shouting slogans against the U.S., Britain, France and Israel. “Allahu…

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Courts unravel sanctions on Iran

By SHOSHANA BRYEN, inSIGHT— Supporting sanctions against Iran is understood to be a position designed to moderate Iranian behavior regarding the acquisition of nuclear capability. It is the position of people and countries that do not want to contemplate military action by either the United States or Israel. It is the position of the European…

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No more Monsieur, no more Mister; In heaven Allah, on earth Hitler

By VICTOR SHARPE— In Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s book A Place Among The Nations, (Bantam Books, 1993), the Israeli Prime Minister wrote about the pro-Nazi alliance by most of the Arab world before and during World War II: “In Iraq, in Egypt, and in Syria they (the Arabs) openly allied themselves with the Nazis, flocking…

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The baseless hatred of the EU towards Israel

By MELANIE PHILLIPS— There is consternation in Israel over the EU’s malicious decision to boycott individuals or institutions situated over the ‘Green Line’ between Israel and the disputed territories. This would presumably include boycotting, for example, the Hebrew University which is just over that line or, even more grotesquely, Jewish residents in Jerusalem’s Old City…

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Rouhani laughs off Israeli nuclear warnings

By ASHER ZEIGER, TIMES OF ISRAEL— Iranian president-elect Hasan Rouhani on Wednesday laughed off recent statements by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which he pledged to do whatever was necessary to thwart Iran’s nuclear program. On Sunday, Netanyahu told CBS’s “Face the Nation” that “if think that Israel will let them do it, they’re…

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PM: 'We won't accept foreign dictates over our borders'

By ISRAEL HAYOM— “We will not accept any foreign dictate over our borders,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu clarified on Tuesday after a European Union directive limiting financial cooperation between the EU and Jewish bodies in the settlements was revealed. On Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry and Netanyahu himself were busy urging EU officials to defer implementing…

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