Category Archives: Rule of Law

RE: the Iraqi Jewish Archive

Dear Mr. Hummasti: Thank you for contacting me regarding the Iraqi Jewish Archive. I appreciate hearing from you. It is the valuable opinions and suggestions that I receive from my constituents, like you, that help me better serve Oregonians. Please … Continue reading

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What Is a “Refugee”? The Jews from Morocco versus the Palestinians from Israel

What Is a “Refugee”? The Jews from Morocco versus the Palestinians from Israel by Alan M. Dershowitz Gatestone Institute March 10, 2018 at 3:00 am The Arab exodus from Israel in 1948 was the direct result of a genocidal war … Continue reading

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Israeli Settlements and International Law

Israeli Settlements and International Law Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs 30 Nov 2015 Attempts to present Jewish settlement in West Bank territory (ancient Judea and Samaria) as illegal and “colonial” in nature ignores the complexity of this issue, the history … Continue reading

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Netanyahu: 2 State Solution ‘Doesn’t Work with What We See’

“You can say it will be good if we give [the Palestinians] a state … empirically it doesn’t work with what we see,” Netanyahu stated. By: World Israel News Staff Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that a two-state solution to … Continue reading

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State Department Backs Lebanese Land Grab against Israel

Commentary Evelyn Gordon / Mar. 2, 2018 State Department officials have spent a lot of time in Lebanon recently. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited the country two weeks ago, and Acting Assistant Secretary of State David Satterfield made an … Continue reading

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Procuring Atonement

If Christian missionaries seek to hold up Leviticus 17:11 to bolster their position that blood sacrifices are indispensable for procuring an atonement, they must use all of the verse, and not dispense with any part of it. Leviticus 17:11 specifically … Continue reading

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The UN and Unequal Justice: The Case for Jewish Refugees From Arab Countries

The UN and Unequal Justice: The Case for Jewish Refugees From Arab Countries by Irwin Cotler The Algemeiner December 2, 2014 7:55 am The UN marked the 67th anniversary of the UN Partition Resolution of November 29, 1947, with an … Continue reading

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The Jewish Exodus from Arab Lands: Toward Redressing Injustices on All Sides

Jewish Center for Public Affairs Aharon Mor and Orly Rahimiyan, September 11, 2012 Vol. 12, No. 21     11 September 2012 For over 2,500 years, Jewish communities have existed in the lands now known as the Middle East and North Africa, … Continue reading

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Jewish Property Claims Against Arab Countries

Jewish Property Claims Against Arab Countries Michael R. Fischbach Columbia University Press   In the twenty years that followed the Arab-Israeli war of 1948, 800,000 Jews left their homes in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, and several other Arab … Continue reading

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Iraqi Jewish archive: from 2003 to now, what’s happened

The Roundtable By Jacob Natowicz Dec 11, 2017 In May 2003, coalition forces took control of Baghdad. Days later, 16 soldiers stormed Saddam Hussein’s intelligence headquarters. They were searching for clues as to Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction. What they did … Continue reading

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