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“Déjà vu”: Gaza: David Bedein “Where Terror Rules” | September 7, 2005

Ariel Sharon's government added a specific clause to the final version of the Disengagement Plan, a plan that was ratified by the Israeli government on June 6th, 2004 after an earlier version had been rejected by Sharon’s...

Actual facts about Israel and Gaza

"My mind is made up--don't confuse me with facts." I know that's the way antisocial media works, but it you're interested in facts about the Israel-Gaza situation, read on. If not, well, you can also...

Losing the plot

In the northern hemisphere spring is arriving. In Israel it has sprung but in parts of the USA and in Europe/UK the winter thaw is delayed…writes Michael Kuttner. Spring usually heralds pollen and hay fever....

From Peters’ Time Immemorial, Summary of Chapter 3: The Arab Jew

Introduction “The Arab Jew” is the longest chapter of Joan Peters' book.  The chapter profiles many of these vulnerable communities, the other, true but ignored, refugees of the Middle and North Africa.  It tells of...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 5: Zionism in the Arab World and The...

Introduction/Personal note: Salomon Benzimra z”l submitted this summary barely two weeks before his untimely death on March 15, 2016. He passed away on a flight back from Israel after a mission to consult with Tzipi...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 8 “Palestina”: A Precedent of Prey

“'Palestina': A Precedent of Prey” examines the falsehoods inherent in the modern-day Arabic-Muslim narrative that the Land was always Arab.  Ms. Peters traces the actual history of the Holy Land in some detail and...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 10: The Population Under the Turks, Mid-Nineteenth Century...

Introduction: Peters prefaces this chapter with two quotations.  The first is from a remarkable Anglican clergyman, James Parkes,  born on Guernsey, he fought in WW 1, and spent substantial time on the Continent.  There, he...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 11 Popular Misconceptions About the Population of Palestine

Introduction: I have been severely jolted in reading Chapter 11 in the process of writing this précis.  Growing up in England since before the outbreak of the Second World I was imbued with an abiding...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 15: Britain’s Double Standard

Introduction This chapter focuses on an issue which is documented or at least touched upon in almost every chapter of “From Time Immemorial”:  British restriction and at times suspension of Jewish immigration to Palestine, combined...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 17: “Muftism” and Britain’s Contribution to the “Final...

Introduction Yes, you read that correctly: “...Britain's Contribution to the 'Final Solution'”.  And the chapter argues forcefully that Britain de facto acquiesced to the genocidal policies of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in its implementation...