IT’S NOT ABOUT RACE

Americans need to take a vacation from using the word “racist,” at least in connection with Israel, because they don’t have the slightest idea of what they are talking about, and it’s insulting as hell. Especially from presidential hopefuls.

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AN OPEN LETTER TO AMERICAN LEFT-WING JEWS

We know that Israelis have disappointed you in elections this week but please don’t take it personally. Israeli votes were about Israel, not you.

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From Israel: Let There Be No Mistake!

April 3, 2018 By Arlene Kushner It is imperative to move past biased media reports and Hamas PR, so that…

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U.S. Vetoes UN Resolution to Reject Recognition of Jerusalem

  Nikki Haley on Why U.S. Vetoed U.N. Bid to Reject Recognition of Jerusalem Explanation of Vote following Veto of…

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Urgent advice to my fellow Jews

The following is a blog post written by Vic Rosenthal on the Abu Yehuda blog. I felt it was an…

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Unspeakable horror in Halamish

Friday night, a Jewish family in the town of Halamish was butchered by a terrorist who came into their home…

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PASS THE JEWISH NATION-STATE LAW

There are heaps of hypocritical and hysterical rhetoric being hurled at the government’s plans to constitutionalize Israel’s status as the…

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Bedouin soldier: You don’t know anything about Israel

Muhammad Kabiya, an Israeli Bedouin who recently completed his service in the IDF on a search and rescue team in the Israeli Air Force, says critics of the Jewish state abroad display a remarkable ignorance of Israel – particularly the anti-Israel Jews he encountered on US college campuses.

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Visiting Knesset Member to American Jewish Critic: Protecting Israel’s Security Is More Important Than Pleasing You

“And if I will have to choose between losing more lives of Israelis, whether they are civilians or soldiers, or losing you, I will sadly, sorrily, rather lose you.”

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A discussion at the seder table

It’s time to say “dayenu” to the 2-state solution. The starting point must be defensible borders, not a Palestinian state.

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