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More Israeli Aid Set to Reach Christian, Yazidi Refugees of ISIS

By | 2015-02-10T02:21:02+00:00 February 10th, 2015|From the Net|

An Israeli aid agency is set to up its deliveries of emergency supplies to Yazidi and Christian refugees of ISIS's deadly military campaign in Iraq, as more evidence of the jihadist group's atrocities begins to emerge.   More than 18,000 Yazidi and Christian refugees now live in makeshift camps in northern Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region,

Rebels’ vs. Rivals: Meet the challengers to Egypt’s June 30 campaign

By | 2013-06-30T20:10:42+00:00 June 30th, 2013|From the Net|

If you’ve heard of “Tamarod,” Egypt’s increasingly popular oppositional petition against the presidency, then you may know about “Tagarod” – a recently launched rival campaign.   The competing campaign is still considered a fresh start-up, but its popularity has skyrocketed, with supporters championing the country’s Islamist President Mohammad Mursi.   Its high vote counts may

Mark Langfan Receives Ateret Cohanim Award

By | 2013-05-15T11:31:45+00:00 May 15th, 2013|From the Net|

Ateret Cohanim awarded the Oheiv Yisrael (“Lover of Israel”) Award to Mark Langfan, Arutz Sheva's frequent security writer, along with his father, William K. Langfan, who is an expert on the PLO Charter.   Speaking to a packed crowd, which included renowned military expert, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, Mark Langfan stated the Jews and Israel

Pamela Geller’s Banned Synagogue Speech & Protest Habeeb Ahmed – Great Neck, Long Island

By | 2013-04-24T01:58:24+00:00 April 24th, 2013|From the Net|

On April 14, 2013,Pamela Geller’s Right-to-Free Speech was alive and well at Chabad House and led by  Rabbi Yoseph Geisinsky in Great Neck, Long Island.     This was one day before the SAVAGE, murderous attack by two Jihadis against American citizens. An attack that was meant to maim and to kill PEOPLE, not soldiers,

Whatever You Do, Don’t Say “Devil-Spawned Death-Cult”

By | 2013-01-16T02:28:47+00:00 January 16th, 2013|From the Net|

Kevin Carroll, the Chairman of the British Freedom Party, was arrested in Luton on Saturday for making a comment on Facebook.   “Boy oh boy, Baron,” you say, “that must have been a really dangerous comment! What did he do? Call for killing people? Did he incite rebellion against Queen and country?”   Well, actually,

Egyptians are as polarized today as they were under Mubarak

By | 2012-06-13T00:32:07+00:00 June 13th, 2012|From the Net|

Torn between the choice of a former air force commander who promised to restore stability with an iron fist and an Islamist who pledged to implement “God’s law” if elected president, many secularists in Egypt turn to Tahrir Square to seek refuge from an excruciating reality.    Following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak last year,

Egypt doesn’t want to be led by Islamists

By | 2012-05-28T12:41:51+00:00 May 28th, 2012|From the Net|

He lacks charisma, notoriety, intensity and political depth. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate is not the president many Egyptians had in mind. He wasn’t even what the MB first had in mind. Mohammed Mursi, a replacement candidate for the Islamist bloc’s first choice, Khairat al-Shater, managed to snatch 26.4 percent of the first round of

Will Egyptians welcome the result of the election, no matter what?

By | 2012-05-23T23:20:19+00:00 May 23rd, 2012|From the Net|

There’s a lot at stake in Egypt’s presidential election. The country is waking up to new beginnings after being shoved down the path of autocracy for almost 30 years of rigid rule. But now the elections are presenting a plethora of paths for Egyptians to choose from, including liberal, Islamist, socialist, Nasserite, Mubarak-era; it’s an