Month: April 2010
On April 30, 1945, Adolf Hitler committed suicide and met his Maker. If his dream of world conquest and subsequent “Thousand-Year Reich” had been achieved, there would be no Jews and no Israel today.
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They Don’t Have to Silence Us, If We Silence Ourselves First
Daniel Greenfield – Sultan Knish – April 27,2010
What is a free country?
Jen, nothing better demonstrates the point that Aaron David Miller and you make about the “peace process” than the fact that, when speaking about it, one needs to put air quotes around it.
Why Israel is anxious about the Obama Administration
Imagine that you’re an Israeli perusing the past week’s headlines. Senior U.S. military officials have told Congress that Iran may be a year away from producing a bomb’s worth of fissile material.
If there were any lingering doubts in the minds of Democrats who care about Israel that the president they helped elect has fundamentally altered American foreign policy to the Jewish state’s disadvantage, they are now gone.
A Nuclear Iran Could Become First ‘Suicide State’ President Obama’s naive belief in rationality could turn Israeli cities into cemeteries
President Barack Obama–this week launched a special nuclear security summit in Washington–finally acknowledges that Iranian threats to annihilate Israel are serious.
Last week Israel celebrated its 62nd year as a nation, but there was major cause for concern amid the festivities as the Israeli people faced the looming menace of a nuclear-armed Iran, as well as the prospect of a rapidly deteriorating relationship with Washington.
“Humanity sympathizes with a strenuous aspiration. It can’t have respect for people who lack self respect.” – Pierre Van Paassen – “The Forgotten Ally”
By Beth Gilinsky and Rabbi Aryeh Spero
We have been receiving numerous communications from the People of Israel expressing how demoralized and abandoned the Jewish People in Israel feel by the lack of any strong and meaningful statement and vigorous, public demonstrations sponsored by any of the major and established Jewish organizations in support of Israel’s position regarding Jerusalem.