Tag Archives: Daniel Greenfield

From Israel: “Appalled and Aghast!!”

And with good reason, I add, “alarmed!”  The situation as it is unfolding in Afghanistan is over the top. Here I hope to touch several bases briefly. As Lawrence Kadish, writing in Gatestone, put it: “The horror of President Joseph Biden’s deliberate retreat from Afghanistan is so immense and its …

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From Israel: With Our Heads Held So High!

We are on high alert in the north, anticipating an attack from Hezbollah in response to our operations in recent days.  But I am not going to write about this now.  Time will come soon enough. Neither am I going to write about the election campaign, which is fairly stomach-turning.  …

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Arlene from Israel – A Lethal Farce.

For days, I have delayed writing because the situation regarding negotiations with Iran has been so much in flux.  I was waiting, waiting, for some outcome or closure.  My own feeling for some time has been that there is the possibility that there will be no deal, as the Iranians …

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‘Arlene from Israel’ – Brief Notes

Brief Notes: Here I want simply to share information and analyses provided by others that will enlightened you – and, in one case, even entertain you. The subject at hand, first, is the issue of the land in Gush Etzion that has been declared state land – in the process …

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