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Is the world ‘Juden Mude’- tired of the Jews?
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Is the world ‘Juden Mude’- tired of the Jews?

The West does not realize that Israel, whose suffering it belittles and ignores, represents a promise for all mankind. Opinion. By Giulio Meotti – Arutz Sheva Three Israelis killed in the beautiful Neve Tzuf-Halamish community, a small human masterpiece that the world calls a “settlement”. Three Jews, a father and […]

The Palestinian Arab state within the Green Line
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The Palestinian Arab state within the Green Line

PM Netanyahu should spend less time asking Abbas to call Israel a “Jewish State,” and more time enforcing the fact that “Israel is an Israeli State.” By Mark Langfan – Arutz Sheva Israelis endlessly debate the existential threat of a possible future Palestinian Arab State in the ‘West Bank’.  However, an […]

Liberalism, a decadent bubble
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Liberalism, a decadent bubble

Universities have lost sight of Western culture in their need to be politically correct. By Giulio Meotti – Arutz Sheva It is the oldest and most glorious university that America that has produced 75 Nobel Laureates and all the good and/or famous people that count, including Barack Obama. Since 1636, […]

Identity erasure: Threat to Copts in Egypt
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Identity erasure: Threat to Copts in Egypt

Throughout the modern history of Egypt, Copts have been pressured by the Islamic state to become Arab – to assume the Arab-Muslim identity. By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah – Voice of the Copts Westerners dealing with global jihad can heed a warning through examination of the struggles of one of the […]

Poland and the West
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Poland and the West

No, President Trump, the West has no will to survive. By Giulio Meotti – Arutz Sheva It was a historic trip, that of US President Donald Trump in Poland. He said that “Poland is the geographic heart of Europe, but more importantly, in the Polish people, we see the soul […]

Has the wandering Jew arrived?
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Has the wandering Jew arrived?

Has the answer to that question changed since Albert Londres asked it in his 1930-31 masterpiece, just reissued by Gefen publishers? By Prof. Phyllis Chesler – Arutz Sheva At a recent Erev Shabbat table sat a gentleman from times gone by. He was soft-spoken, courtly, and wore his pants hoisted […]