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The Hebrews of Hebron.

When people think of visiting Israel, few consider going to Hebron. The city is depicted as contentious, dangerous and unpleasant. It is associated with “Occupation,” poverty and apartheid. Who would want to go there? Even most Israelis don’t consider Hebron a place they would want to visit, much less live. …

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The Day of the Dhimmi is Done.

There are two points concerning Jews and Israel that I very much want to get across to the politically-inclined. The first is that the day of the dhimmi is done. No longer will we allow ourselves to be pushed around as pawns in someone else’s political game. Nor will we …

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