Tag Archives: Intifada

Blood Suckers

Don’t blame the journalists. What do you want from them? Don’t youunderstand that the very essence of their profession forces them to dealwith unpleasant matters? Don’t get down on them. Don’t you see that theyhave to look for juicy gossip … 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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On Timings and Kotel Tunnel

The attacks by the left for the opening of the “tunnel of the Kotel” are known to all. More interesting, though, is what the so-called right had to say about it. The minister Moshe Katzav for example, a man of … Continue reading

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The Jewish Answer

Once again Arab murderes have killed a mother and child in the land of Israel. Once again, it is one of the prominent settlement leaders who has been directly hurt. At the risk of sounding cruel, it seems as if … 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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Who Killed Ronen and Lior

    Who killed Ronen Karamani and Lior Tubul? Indeed if I ended this article with those words, how many would know what I am talking about? And that may be the beginning of the answer of the question…Who killed Ronen … Continue reading

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An Israeli Tragedy

She was 18 years old when she died. She was 18 years old when she was murdered. She was 18 years old when she was murdered and her body burned to ashes. She was 18 years old when she was … 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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The Stranger In Thy Midst

    “And it shall come to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the L-rd, thy G-d, to observe to do all His commandments and His statutes which I command thee this day, that all the curses … Continue reading

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Rabbi Kahane speaking at a Shul

Rabbi Kahane addressing a Jewish audience about Jewish assimilation, leftist fits of rage, and Arab terrorism

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