Words From Israel’s ‘Partner in Peace’

From Abdallah Jarbu, Deputy Minister of Hamas’ Ministry of Religious Endowments (no I have no idea what that means). They want to present themselves to the world as if they have rights, but, in fact, they are foreign bacteria – a microbe unparalleled in the world. It’s not me who says this. The Koran​ itself …

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More Americans Trust Netanyahu Than Obama

The margin is not high, but still, that’s one little bright spot in a world of depressing news. The Washington Examiner reports: Americans might be more frustrated with Obama than they are irritated by Netanyahu. “A poll conducted by the group Greenberg Quinlan Rosner found that 52.3 percent of Americans rate Netanyahu positively, compared to 51.5 …

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Peace in the Middle East

The only reason there is no peace between Israel and Palestinian Arabs is because the Arabs do not want peace. The three ‘Nos’ from the eight Arab states which met in Khartoum in September 1967 were: No peace with Israel, No recognition of Israel, No negotiation with Israel. From David Meir-Levi in Frontpage magazine: There is an …

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Common Sense a Sticking Point at Peace Talks

Benjamin Netanyahu has said that any long term peace agreement must include the recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. It sounds a reasonable enough request. After all, Israel is only about one sixth of one percent of the land of the Middle East. The Jewish people have a longer association with that land than …

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