Tag Archives: Arab issue

Reaction to Arab Terror Blasts

Following the progroms in Kishinev, in which tens of Jews were slaughtered and Jews sat and cried, Zev Jebotinsky said: “I don’t call what happened a”tragedy”. A tragedy is when a divine lesson is learned. Here, nobody learns a thing”. … Continue reading

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BZK: Bibi At Washington Summit

And so, nothing can be expected from Netanyahu. If the shooting by the Palestinian police on our soldiers cannot influence him to change direction and opt for the Jewish path, nothing will. Without faith in G-d, it is impossible to opt for such a path. For without faith in G-d, one needs Clinton, the U.N. and “world support”. Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Designate Prime Minister

Dear Mr. Netanyahu, It is no secret that I was not one of those who placed a lot of stock in the elections in which you were elected as Prime Minister. It is no secret that we see in Likud … Continue reading

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Hanukah: What Is a Hellenist?

Recently, it was publicized that “30% of high school students define themselves as racists”. The fact is, that no one defined themselves in such a way. Then what? A survey which was conducted amongst the youth proved that they are … Continue reading

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Video: Rabbi Kahane at National Press Club

Rabbi Kahane at National Press Club

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Matot: There Are No Innocent Midyanites

“You can’t take the law into your own hands!” and “It’s forbidden to take revenge!” are the typical reactions we hear whenever good proud Jews rise up and avenge the spilled blood of Jews who have been murdered by Arabs. … Continue reading

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Chukat: The Legitimiate Rights of the Ammonites

The modern concept of “Jewish occupied territories” rears its ugly head in Parshat Chukat and in our haftarah, Shoftim(Chapter 11). We read in our parasha how Og ,the king of Bashan, and Sichon, the king of Ammon, try to prevent … Continue reading

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Bo: He’ll Pay for That Grin

Whenever an act such as last week’s shooting in the Hebron market takes place, we see the question of collective punishment return to the national agenda, and of course it is promptly denounced by secular and religious Jews alike. In … Continue reading

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Chaye Sarah: Everything You Wanted to Know About Ishmael

For some peculiar reason, many regard the Ishmaelites somewhat sympathetically, even fondly. After all, what Jew does not have nostalgic memories of the cafes of Jericho, of the hot coffee of the Arab market, the spices and colors of the … Continue reading

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Is the Temple Mount in Our Hands?

   It was the unforgettable, majestic, glorious day in June, 1967, as Jewish soldiers crashed through the walls of Jerusalem’s old city. Redeeming, reclaiming, liberating the ancient streets and alleyways; racing towards the Wall, scaling it and then – the … Continue reading

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