Category Archives: Egypt

The Forgotten Refugees

One of the biggest barriers to Arab-Israeli reconciliation is the unresolved issue of compensation for Jewish refugees who fled Arab countries in the 1940s and ’50s. A new study explores how the compensation demand arose, then fell into obscurity. If … Continue reading

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Parshat Va’eira – Moshe’s Speech Impediment?

In Parshat Shmoth (4.10) Moshe describes himself to Hashem as, literally “not a man of words.” The word “d’varim” is related to prophetic speech, concerning the Commandments of HaShem, not ordinary (amar) speech which explains the prophetic words of HaShem. … Continue reading

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The Egyptian’s Sinai Option – “President Sisi’s gift”

B”H President Sisi’s gift By Caroline B. Glick September 8, 2014 Egypt and Jordan have already experienced the spillover of the Palestinian jihad. Egypt’s President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi. (photo credit:REUTERS) Something extraordinary has happened. On August 31, PLO chief and … Continue reading

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Parsha Bo – What’s Bothering Rashi “Please Speak”

B”H Parsha Bo (Exodus 10:1-13:16) Please Speak In this week’s parsha we have the finale of the ten plagues. Pharaoh at long last breaks under the weight of all the first-born in Egypt dying. He reluctantly allows the Jews to … Continue reading

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Trump admn debates designating Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist group

By REUTERS 27 January 2017 WASHINGTON – A debate is under way in the Trump administration about whether the United States should declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization and subject it to US sanctions, according to US officials and … Continue reading

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Unleashing Chaos

B”H Unleashing Chaos By Rabbi Dr. Darrell Ginsberg The remarkable events of this week’s Torah portion, Vaera, surround the implementation of the various plagues by God onto Pharaoh and the Egyptians.  Rather than view these events as an exercise in … Continue reading

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Parsha Pearls: Parshas Va’eira

B”H Parsha Pearls: Parshas Va’eira And Pharaoh called for Moshe and Aharon, and he said, “Go sacrifice to your G-d in this land.” And Moshe said, “It is not proper to do that, for we will slaughter the deity of … Continue reading

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Jihad versus Jahiliyya: The Seminal Islamist Doctrine of Sayyid Qutb

by Richard L. Rubenstein (February 2010) Those who wish to understand the genocidal potentialities of jihad would do well to examine, however briefly, the ethic of war and peace of Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966), one of the twentieth century’s most influential … Continue reading

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Treaty Law and the Failure of Oslo

perhaps it’s time to recognize that Oslo is a failure and we need a different approach to resolving the conflict. why not advocate for or negotiate a settlement with the Palestinians, Jordan, Egypt and the Saudis, et.al. patterned after the … Continue reading

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Top Republican senator pushing to suspend aid to Palestinian Authority, Egypt

Jpost-Middle East By YAAKOV KATZ \12/05/2016 WASHINGTON DC – Whether Israel likes it or not, the United States Senate will aggressively promote new legislation next month aimed at cutting funding to two key allies of the Jewish State – the … Continue reading

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