Monthly Archives: December 2016

Liberman dubs Paris peace conference ‘modern day Dreyfus trial’

Jpost – Israel News By GIL HOFFMAN \12/26/2016 The Middle East peace conference planned by the French for January 15 will be similar to the antisemitic trial of French Jewish artillery officer Alfred Dreyfus in 1894, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman … Continue reading

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Analysis: Obama flunks Israeli politics 101

Jpost – Arab-Israeli Conflict By GIL HOFFMAN \12/25/2016 By declining to veto the anti-Israeli resolution of the UN, it seems that US President Barack Obama has played into the hands of the Israeli Right once more. Just as Education Minister … Continue reading

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Jewish groups ‘disappointed’ with US vote on settlements

Jpost -Diaspora By TAMARA ZIEVE \12/24/2016 Key US Jewish organizations swiftly spoke out against their country’s decision to abstain on a UN Security Council resolution adopted Friday, which condemns Israeli settlement activity as illegal. Both the AJC and the Jewish … Continue reading

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UNSC Settlement Resolution

The portions of this UNSC resolution goes against Article 6 of the Anglo-American Treaty of 1924 which guarantees close Jewish settlement on the land. This treaty has the same wording as the Mandate for Palestine and the rights created under … Continue reading

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Netanyahu: Israel is looking to absorb injured Syrians from Aleppo

Jpost – Benjamin Netanyahu By HERB KEINON \12/20/2016 At the same time, he said, Israel will not let the Syrian war or aggression from Syria “spillover into our territory.” Benjamin Netanyahu. (photo credit:REUTERS) The Foreign Ministry on Tuesday began exploring … Continue reading

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TAKE TERROR OFF LINE

The scourge of incitement to murderous violence against Jews continues to spread on the internet like an epidemic. Designated terrorist organizations such as Hamas, Hezbollah, the PLO and ISIS utilize Facebook and Twitter to recruit and organize with impunity. Despite … Continue reading

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Jordan, Dr. Peace and Mr. Apartheid

Jpost – Op-EdContributors By MUDAR ZAHRAN \07/24/2010 Last January, Faisal al-Fayez, a Jordanian senator and former prime minister, threatened Israel on national Jordanian television with “6 million Jordanian suicide bombers.” Fayez is considered one of the closest Jordanian officials to … Continue reading

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An Interview with Mudar Zahran

American Thinker March 13, 2011 An Interview with an Arab Dissident  By Yoel Meltzer Mudar Zahran is a Palestinian Jordanian who fled Jordan and currently resides in England.  A former political insider, he is very critical of the Hashemite regime … Continue reading

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Palestinian-Jordanian Exile Mudar Zahran: Jordan should be the Palestinian state

Jordan is Palestine David Oman |  14/05/2014  According to Palestinian-Jordanian Mudar Zahran, Jordan is both the problem and the solution. Tweet Send Share Print Time and again the “Peace Process” falls apart despite all efforts to revive it • For Mudar … Continue reading

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Top Jewish leader praises outgoing UN chief for admitting UN anti-Israel bias

Jpost – Politics And Diplomacy By JTA \12/19/2016 World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder praised outgoing United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for publicly admitting that there is an anti-Israel bias at the international body. Lauder in a statement issued on … Continue reading

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