Category Archives: Regional Politics

In these articles, Binyamin Ze’ev Kahane deals with issues of neighborhood Arab states, their gestures of mock friendship, and their belligerent acts. Do we have allies or friends amongst the Arabs? BZK doesn’t think so!

And Now on Iraq, Jewishly

Following the announcement that Iraq kicked out the American overseers, the rest of the UN overseers announced that they, too, are leaving. While at first glance this move by the UN overseers is something that should have been taken for … Continue reading

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A Time For Soul Searching

Let thousands of Lebanese citizens be killed, as long as the hair on the head of an Israeli soldier does not fall! Continue reading

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Lebanon

In the aftermath of the tragic helicopter crash, journalists and politicianshave written about and discussed the subject of Lebanon non-stop. Two major points of view are being presented and debated:The first point of view says to leave Lebanon entirely. Chayim … Continue reading

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Helicopter Crash

It is impossible to ignore the tragedy that struck Israel last week, when two helicopter collided and 73 soldiers were killed. In the days thatfollowed, I heard many people speak about the reasons for the tragedy. And despite all the … Continue reading

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His Majesty Arrived

And most importantly – after unprecedented world condemnation and attacks in the U.N., they love us again. After all, the gentiles always love the Jews when they are in the form of corpses. And the Jews, as well, always loved the image of being beat up and made to feel sorry for, for it serves their purpose of being loved by the gentile, at least temporarily. All of this, of course, coming into direct conflict with what my father always said, “I would rather have a strong Israel that is hated by the whole world than an Aushwitz that is loved by it”. Continue reading

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Peace Treaty

Those who claim that the recent declarations by Egypt against Israel constitute a breach in the peace treaty are mistaken. According to a recent survey which was recently published, it has become apparent that Egypt has kept the treaty for … Continue reading

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The Bizareness of Shalom

Even before Mubarak practically declared war on Israel after the elections,the Israel bashing and straight-out Jew-hatred in Egypt had been going on for years. On May 5, for example, “Yideot” quoted a veteran “New York Times” journalist and Mid-East expert … Continue reading

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Weapons for Sand

Headline in “Yideot” (20th of Av): “Israel Will Suggest to Jordan The Purchase of  Weapons in Exchange for Sand(!), Cement, and Textile Materials ” The article continues to inform us that Jordan has already acquired a great deal of security-related … Continue reading

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Yom Yerushalaim: On Hussein

Here is our Jerusalem Day riddle. Who made the following quote?: “kill the Jews wherever you reach them. Kill them with your arms, kill them with your hands, with you finger nails, with your teeth.” Arafat? Nasser? No. It was … Continue reading

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