Tag Archives: Human rights

Terms Misused By Anti-Israel Activists.

In the seemingly intractable conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, words are just as powerful weapons as rockets or knives. Words can kill, but they are also a casualty of the conflict. You may remember Newspeak, the fictional language in George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, which was an altered …

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Yesh Din: A Grantee of the New Israel Fund.

Yesh Din, an NGO operating in Israel and is a grantee of the New Israel Fund.  It receives funding from the world’s largest anti-Israel countries and organisations. On its website, in its ‘About’ section Yesh Din says: Yesh Din is a volunteer organization working to defend the human rights of …

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Westerners Who Shill For Terror States.

With all the outpouring of support for jailed Aussie journalist Peter Greste, we tend to have lost sight of the reality, especially when the media laud him as a martyr for press freedom.  Consider this editorial in The Age: Gathering the news without fear or favour. It has now been …

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Reframing the Problem

David Olesker has an article on his blog entitled, Israel in the Frame and what is below are its concluding paragraphs: Let’s reframe. The problem is not Israel, but the governments of the Arab world. The key to understanding the conflict is their despotism and denial of human rights. The rights of …

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