Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Tag: Animals

NGOs in Gaza and the West Bank Incite with European Support

Institute for Contemporary Affairs Founded jointly with the Wechsler Family Foundation No. 617     November 19, 2018 In Gaza, the NGO network is closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe and the European “Red-Green”...

November – a month to remember

For Australians and New Zealanders, the month of November is remembered for fireworks and horse racing…writes Michael Kuttner. The former is a remnant of the UK gunpowder plot to blow up Parliament in 1605 and...

Farrakhan’s Bigotry Finds Traction Among Progressives and Alt Right

Louis Farrakhan, octogenarian leader of the unIslamic, anti-white Nation of Islam, has been active ever since the 1960s sowing the seeds of racism, anti-Semitism, and hate for our blessed American nation. So why worry...

The real story behind the Jahalin Bedouin in Khan al Ahmar

David Halbfinger’s recent article, “As Israel Pushes to Build, Bedouin Homes and School Face Demolition” (The New York Times, June 24, 2018, co-authored by Rami Nazzal) begins with a statement that sets the tone...

Abbas and Hamas stage non-peaceful rage

As per the pre-determined script designed for media and gullible politicians alike, Jerusalem Day and shifting the US Embassy to the Capital produced the desired results…writes Michael Kuttner. Combined with the annual frenzy associated with...

Arthur Jones is a stain on our democracy

It’s important for Americans to know who Arthur Jones is and what he stands for. Here’s why: Jones just won the Republican primary and will face Democratic Congressman Dan Lipinski, in Chicagoland’s 3rd district...

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 6: Invitation Declined

Introduction: The rosy picture of the traditional tolerance and just treatment of Jews under Islamic rule has been largely demolished by the testimony of Jewish refugees from Arab countries interviewed for this book in Israel,...

Joan Peters, From Time Immemorial, Chapter 9: Dhimmi in the Holy Land

Introduction: This chapter is replete with excerpts from historical observations of the life of the Jews in Palestine in the middle ages through to the rule of the Ottoman Empire from 1516 to 1918. These excerpts...