Category Archives: Extradition

Justice needed for American victims of Palestinian terrorism

Jpost – Opinion By Michael Freund/October 19, 2017 “There is no reason why the Palestinians should continue to receive any American aid, or their representative offices should be allowed to operate on US soil, while they continue to harbor terrorists … Continue reading

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Israel grants asylum to persecuted Iranian journalist

World Israel News August 6, 2017 An Iranian journalist threatened with the death penalty in her home country has found refuge in Israel.  Iranian Nada Amin, a journalist whom the Islamic Republic is persecuting for her views, has been granted … Continue reading

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Davis imam, Ammar Shahin apologizes for sermon

“I do understand how my words were hurtful, and I am sorry,” Shahin said in a statement during a news conference Friday at the Davis Community Church. He did not take questions. “I understand that speech like this can encourage … Continue reading

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Our World: A test for King Abdullah

Jerusalem Post Opinion By Caroline B. Glick March 27, 2017 21:20 The terrorists were freed on condition that they did not engage in either terrorism or incitement of terrorism subsequent to their release. Ahlam Tamimi is a mass murdering monster. … Continue reading

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