Tag Archives: massacre

Kiev’s indifference 75 years after the Babi Yar massacre of Jews.

There is something about long-haul travel conducted in solitude that infuses the mind with a strange kind of focus.  As I returned to Kiev for the first time, having left that place as a boy of three, and now a man of 33, my mind returned again and again in …

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Continuing Jew-hatred Must Extract A Heavy Price.

The slaughter of four rabbis with axes, knives and guns whilst praying in a synagogue along with the serious wounding of six other Jews caught in this horrific blood bath – and the murder of a Druze police officer who went to their rescue – is the end result of …

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Arlene in Israel – A Day Later

The death toll in the Nar Nof massacre has risen to five. Master Sergeant  Zidan Saif, 30 – of the Druse village of Kfar Yanouch in the Galil – was one of the first police officers on the scene during the massacre yesterday, and sustained wounds to his head.  Last …

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Arlene from Israel – Without Words

  Sometimes a situation is so horrific that it renders one speechless.  Such was the attack by Israeli Arabs on innocent Jews praying in Jerusalem this morning.  And so, I’m going to start with photos, which provide greater impact than my words alone would. Once I would have apologized for …

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Morocco: The lessons of the Petit Jean massacre.

  Last month, at the height of the Gaza war, French Jews in a Paris synagogue were shocked to find themselves the target of a near-pogrom by an enraged mob. And not only in France. Attacks on Jews in the UK went up 500 percent. Germany, Italy and Australia saw …

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Egypt’s Massacre, Viewed From Field Hospital

This is an exclusive account of a first-hand account of the siege of the Rabia al-Adawiya field hospital by Egyptian security forces on August 14th 2013 Where is the world outcry on this? Can you imagine the screaming headlines around the world if this was Israel? I know the answer …

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