Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Jerusalem Embassay Act

The Jerusalem Embassay Act already recognizes Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel. What is lacking is the Executive Department making a formal declaration, de jure, recognizing the Capital. The Jerusalem Embassay Act – “Sec. 2. Findings. The Congress makes the … Continue reading

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Archeology in Israel as a political weapon

Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologist Eli Shukron shows an ancient seal, at an archaeological site known as the City of David in Jerusalem December 25, 2011.. (photo credit: REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun) In Israel, archeology is far more than just science. Indeed, … Continue reading

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UC Berkeley Jewish students demand action over ‘antisemitic’ professor

Jpost – Diaspora By Tamara Zieve / December 3, 2017 Students groups argue that Hatem Bazian has long record of antisemitism. Hatem Bazian. (photo credit: REUTERS/MIKE SEGAR) Jewish students at the University of California, Berkeley, have called for action over … Continue reading

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