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Is it racist to oppose fascism of color?

Many westerners seem to believe that opposition to political Islam (Jihad) is equivalent to racism. This is why progressives – or what Dave Rubin, and others, refer to as the “regressive-left” – so vehemently oppose the vetting of Arab-Muslim immigrants into the United States. They honestly do not care about …

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Linda Sarsour, Progressive-Left Ideals, and Diaspora Jewry.

Two of the most significant political questions facing the West today are those of immigration policy and identity politics. Women’s March organizer, Linda Sarsour, stands at the crux of both and has successfully put pro-Israel diaspora Jewry between the horns of a political dilemma. Sarsour just raised considerable funds for the …

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Arlene from Israel: “A CALL for ACTION”

This is urgent. There are attempts on the left to derail the nomination of David Friedman as US Ambassador to Israel.  His nomination has not yet passed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Without any delay, if you are a US citizen with a US address, please email the key Senators …

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Trumping Solutions.

Two days ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and American President Donald Trump met in Washington for the first time since the latter was inaugurated. The greeting was done in a far warmer manner than similar meeting between Netanyahu and Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama. The two discussed a number of …

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Who Thought Of Trading Tzipi Livni For Salam Fayyad?

Tzipi Livni

Tzipi Livni has reason now to leave Israeli politics for greener fields. Head of Hatnua political party, she wanted to be Prime Minister of Israel and has not been able to break through the political morass to achieve her goal. But her qualities  [Caveat: which some say include the dubious quality …

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The March to Dhimmitude.

We know there is something wrong when it is acceptable to call the Jews the new Nazis. This is the clarion call of those who support the fake narrative of Arabs calling themselves Palestinians as if they were a real people-like the French, the Germans, the Jews.  But God help …

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Genghis Hitler.

This is the most pathological moment in US political history since 1968. I come out of the progressive-left, but the movement lost me when I started noticing Nazi Swastikas entwined with Stars of David at anti-war rallies in San Francisco. Once it became clear that anti-Zionists were making homes for …

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As Sharia as Apple Pie.

Future historians may find the recent “Women’s March” interesting for a number of reasons. One of those reasons is that it nicely illustrates the tensions between the ideals of multiculturalism and universal human rights within contemporary western-left ideology. Whatever else the march may have accomplished, however, it definitely propelled Linda Sarsour into …

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Hatem Bazian Calls for the Elimination of Israel.

Hatem Bazian, a Palestinian-Arab instructor of Near Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, is calling for the elimination of Israel as the national homeland of the Jewish people. In a recent blog post entitled, Trump’s Appointment of David Friedman is the Official End of Oslo, Bazian argues that because President-Elect …

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We’ll always have Paris.

Déjà Versailles History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce. Karl Marx Just in the interests of symmetry the Paris Peace Conference due to take place next week should have waited two more years. It won’t of course, not even four more months, because the organisers are aware that not …

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The Jewish political community is divided and distressed.

As I write, Israel is reeling over the Azaria case, the United Nations is pushing all-in on Jew Hatred, Jihadism is on the rise in Europe, white nationalism and anti-white racism are both on the rise in the United States, Obama is hitting the road (or, at least, crossing the street), the Russians are unhappy and shaking their fists, …

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How Obama Cracked Jewish Solidarity.

Fifty years from now Barack Obama will be known to most Americans as, quite simply, the first African-American president of the United States. Aside from this he will have precious little to distinguish himself other than in the notable electoral deterioration of the Democratic Party under his tenure. While future …

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