Palestinians: Refugees forever?

BY ASAF ROMIROWSKY AND ALEXANDER JOFFE, HA’ARETZ— A couple of weeks ago the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously passed the Kirk Amendment as part of the State Department and Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill for 2013. The bill requires the State Department to specify to Congress, for the first time, what proportion of the five million…

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God Bless Canada!

BY SHIRA SORKO-RAM, MAOZ— Canada has long been considered a classical liberal democracy. In fact, according to Wikipedia, Canada is presently one of the more liberal countries in the Americas a nation with government-regulated free market, with an emphasis on social justice and social progressivism such as abortion issues and same-sex marriage. However, a quiet…

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IAF strikes in Gaza after rocket attacks on Israel

BY ELAD BENARI, ARUTZ 7— IAF aircraft struck a weapons-manufacturing site and a terror tunnel in northern Gaza on Sunday night, according to an IDF statement. The statement noted that direct hits at the targets were identified. All Israeli planes returned safely to their base. The attack came after terrorists in Hamas-controlled Gaza fired a…

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Pat Leahy's anti-Israel extremism

BY BEN SHAPIRO, FRONTPAGEMAG— Last Thursday, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) targeted an amendment by Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) that would force the State Department to determine how many actual Palestinian refugees – not their children, relatives, friends, or distant relations – are being served by US tax dollars. Leahy was upset because he knew, as…

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The Egyptian Election: Why the Western Media Continues to Be “Surprised” by the Inevitable

BY KYLE SCHIDELER, EMET— The outcome of last week’s Egyptian presidential elections was about as preordained as it gets when it comes to predicting foreign events, yet somehow most of the major media outlets seemed to miss it. The Telegraph, on May 25th after the first round of Presidential voting, described the Muslim Brotherhood candidate…

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Apartheid comes home – the New South Africa

BY RON JAGER— Since 1991 when South Africa hosted the infamous “Zionism is Racism” United Nations World Conference against Racism in Durban in 2001 followed later on by the flawed and erroneous Goldstone Report, headed by the South African jurist, Richard Goldstone after the 2006 Gaza War between Israel and the Hamas terrorist group.  South…

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