Schwarzenegger Vetoes “Holocaust” Bill

by Elad Benari Last Thursday, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill that would have required companies seeking high-speed rail contracts with the state to disclose any role they played during the Holocaust, the European Jewish Press reported. The bill, which was authored by Democratic California Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield, required companies vying for a piece […]

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Netanyahu’s Nemesis Rahm Emanuel On Way Out of White House

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu U.S. President Barack Obama soon may hang the “help wanted” sign outside the door of his Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, who reportedly will step down. Emanuel once was allegedly called a “self-hating Jew” by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who denied the report. Sources said that Emanuel, whose father was an underground fighter […]

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Bibi: Settlement Freeze in Exchange for Pollard

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has offered to extend a freeze on settlement construction in the West Bank–a key sticking point with Palestinians in peace talks–if the U.S. will free Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, who has been in custody since 1987. Israeli Army radio says Netanyahu offered to extend the moratorium for three months in […]

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Dr. Kedar Warns: Iran May Take Over Persian Gulf

by Eli Stutz Dr. Mordechai Kedar, an expert on Arab politics and Islamic Fundamentalism at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies warns that Iran may be planning a full takeover of Persian Gulf states. He is also concerned that Hizbullah terrorists in Lebanon may try to build a nuclear reactor similar to Iran’s Bushehr reactor, […]

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Civilians to Patrol Judea, Samaria Roads

by Maayana Miskin A Jewish civilian patrol will begin Thursday night on Judea and Samaria roads. The patrol began its work shortly after two terrorist shooting attacks, one near Hevron and one in the Binyamin region, in which four people were murdered and two wounded.  A third shooting attack was reported on Thursday night near […]

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Back Taxes May Stop Ground Zero Mosque

by Chana Ya’ar The real estate developer behind New York City’s impending Ground Zero Mosque allegedly is delinquent on paying the property taxes for the site. The company, 45 Park Place Partners, is listed in arrears on the January 2010 and July 2010 payments for the site – the old Burlington Coat factory — a total […]

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