20% of Germans still anti-semitic

BY ARUTZ 7— “Anti-Semitism is deeply rooted in German society” according to an official report conducted for the Bundestag. The conclusions of an independent commission composed of sociologists, police officials, anthropologists and social psychologists who were appointed by the German parliament in 2009 are found in “the German government report on racism in general and…

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Ex-Chief: Bomb Iranian Revolutionary Guards

BY WORLDNETDAILY— The United States should consider military strikes against not just Iran’s nuclear sites but the entire Iranian Revolutionary Guard infrastructure, argued former CIA director James Woolsey in a radio interview today with WorldNetDaily. Comparing the Guards to Adolph Hitler’s blackshirts, Woolsey named several “fair game” Guard-related targets, including Iran’s space program, ballistic missile…

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Netanyahu: EU sanctions step in the right direction

BY OPHIR BAR-ZOHAR AND DANNA HARMAN, AP Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the European Union’s decision on Monday to impose sanctions on Iran’s oil exports, calling the decision “a step in the right direction.” According to Netanyahu, who spoke at an afternoon Likud faction meeting, it is still too early to predict the outcome of…

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Christians in Iran, Syria face rising persecution

BY BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JPOST— There has been a wave of violence targeting Iranian and Syrian Christians over the past month, say Christian news reports. In addition, Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who has been on death row since 2010 for seeking to register his home-based church, refused to renounce his Christian beliefs in exchange for his…

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Wish I'd said that

“As the historian of antisemitism looks back over the millennia of horrors he has recorded, an inescapable conclusion emerges: Antisemitism is the longest and deepest hatred of human history. Other hatreds may have surpassed it in intensity for a historical moment, but all in their turn have assumed—or presently commence to assume—their proper place in…

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The Palestinian campaign to delegitimize Israel

BY JONATHAN SCHANZER AND DAVID BARNETT, NATIONAL INTEREST— Israeli envoy Isaac Molho met Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat recently for the third time in the new year. The talks, widely praised across the international community, have been billed as a much-needed jumpstart for negotiations between the two sides. But they are actually a distraction from the…

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A two-state solution, for England and Scotland

BY MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— Earlier this week, British Prime Minister David Cameron took a highly unusual step. Meeting with visiting PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, the leader of Her Majesty’s Government departed from the usual diplomatic blather and went out of his way to underline his insistence on a two- state solution for the Israel- Palestinian…

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'Root of conflict is refusal to accept Jewish state'

BY JPOST— Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reiterated on Wednesday that the root cause of the Israeli Palestinian conflict is “the persistent (Palestinian) refusal to accept a Jewish state within any boundaries.” Speaking at a synagogue in the Netherlands during a visit to the country, the prime minister recalled that Israel places no preconditions on the…

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The society for the protection of Iranian nuclear scientists

BY DANIEL GREENFIELD, SULTAN KNISH— After having exhausted the indignant possibilities of protesting the extinction of whales, pelicans and polar bears, the left has found a new endangered species to be outraged about. Iranian nuclear scientists. It’s one thing to hug a polar bear or a tree, but it’s another to embrace an Iranian nuclear…

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