Iran: Dimona is in Our Crosshairs

by Gil Ronen An unnamed senior officer in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards warned Thursday that Iran would strike Israel if it is targeted, no matter who the attacker is. According to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai, the officer said, “Iran has thousands of surface-to-surface missiles, including improved Zelzal-2 and Al-Fatah 110 missiles, with which it will […]

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Left-Wing Campaign: PA Wants Peace

by Hillel Fendel A new left-wing public relations campaign seeks to persuade the Israeli public that the Palestinian Authority truly wants peace – despite all indications to the contrary. The aggressive initiative includes quotes from leading PA spokesmen, billboards, and widespread media coverage. The objective is to imbue the Israeli public with the sense that […]

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On Whose Side is Obama?

by Moshe Dann The for and against citizen’s demonstrations are a civil right, but in his own remarks on the Ground Zero Mosque, Obama seems to have forgotten which country he heads. President Obama’s defense of the right of Muslims to build a mosque and Islamic center in New York City turned the issue into […]

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Ramadan Controversies Start Early

by David J. Rusin  •  Jul 30, 2010 at 10:35 am The new moon that signals the dawn of Ramadan remains a week and a half away, but wrangling over accommodations during the Islamic holy month is already in full swing. First, the city council of Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire, England, has offered guidance to schools […]

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CAIR Becomes a Political Hot Potato

by David J. Rusin  •  Aug 6, 2010 at 12:31 pm In a saner world, the terrorist ties and Islamist agenda of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) would render it politically untouchable, with candidates for office shunning the organization and chastising those rare opponents who back it. Controversies from two ongoing election campaigns offer […]

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