Tag Archives: King Abdullah of Jordan

From Israel: Dangers – Within and Without

Before I begin to address those dangers, I want to return to the matter of the extradition from Jordan of Ahlam Ahmad al-Tamimi, mastermind of the horrendous Sbarro terror attack 20 years ago.  You will find my posting that includes this material here (scroll towards bottom): https://arlenefromisrael.info/from-israel-hold-fast-and-dont-let-go/  I had written …

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From Israel: “Heartsick!!”

It is not just me: I doubt that there are very many who are not Islamists or hardcore leftists, or absolutely determined optimists, who smile at the news today. ~~~ Across the ocean, America is crumbling at a rate that had not been anticipated even by most of us who …

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From Israel: Hope is with the People.

It’s the people of Israel, more than many of our erstwhile leaders, who seem to be getting it right as we face down Palestinian Arab incitement and violence. Last week after the decision was made to remove the metal detectors from outside the Temple Mount, Channel 2 did a survey …

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From Israel: Painful Lessons!

Events have moved along with such speed in the last two days that it has been difficult to keep my head from spinning. However, it is not just difficult, it is impossible, to track these events without feeling pain. Distress. Anger. Before I go into Shabbat I feel it is …

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