Pandering to Muslims at Taxpayer Expense

by David J. Rusin  •  Jul 26, 2010 at 10:47 am Western governments may be swimming in red ink, but there has been no slowdown in public resources being devoted to placating Muslims and conducting comical exercises in multicultural outreach. A few recent lowlights spanning three countries: Netherlands. “Nijmegen municipality sees no reason to withdraw […]

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IDF Commandos Face Off Against US Navy SEALs on TV

by Hana Levi Julian An American television program pits the Navy SEALs against Israeli commandos this week in the season finale of Spike TV‘s “Deadliest Warrior.” The program, now ending its second season, features warriors from two different sides, faced off against each other in various scenarios. “We thought it would be a great finale because […]

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Charge: PA Pollution Ruins River

by Maayana Miskin Pollution from Palestinian Authority towns is ruining natural areas in the Binyamin region, and the Israeli government allows the situation to continue, members of the Binyamin Regional Council accused Monday. PA pollution is an issue even in areas under full Israeli control (Area C), they said. They named one area in particular that suffers […]

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Why Hasn’t Israel Bombed Iran?

by Bret Stephens   There are four theories as to why Netanyahu has not (yet) given the order to proceed. Why hasn’t Israel bombed Iran yet? It’s a question I often get from people who suppose I have a telepathic hotline to Benjamin Netanyahu’s brain. I don’t, but for a long time I was confident […]

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The Bias of Wikipedia

by Ari Lieberman Read this and check for yourself. If you agree, do something.  There is a place where the State of Israel is incessantly vilified, its leaders maligned, and its policies continuously There is not one article involving Arab-Israeli issues that hasn’t been tainted and monopolized by Islamists. criticized by Arabs and their third […]

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PLO Flag to Fly in Washington D.C.

by INN Staff The United States State Department has announced to the Palestinian Authority/Palestinian Liberation Organization Mission representative in the United States that its status will be upgraded from a ‘bureau’ to that of a “general delegation’ and that this change will allow the office in which the  representation is situated to fly the PLO, now also the Palestine Authority, flag at its entrance. The […]

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Americans To Attempt Gaza Flotilla

Americans opposed to Israel’s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip are organizing a ship from the United States to take part in an international flotilla. The flotilla, set to sail to Gaza in September or October, will be made up of ships from India, Europe, Canada, South Africa and the Middle East. The organizers hope […]

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Arab Posing As Jew Convicted of Rape

An Israeli court ruled that consensual sex between a Jewish woman and an Arab posing as a Jew constituted rape. On Monday, the Jerusalem District Court sentenced Sabbar Kashur, 30, an Arab from Jerusalem, to 18 months in prison as part of a plea bargain for rape by deception. Kashur met a Jewish woman in […]

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Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza

by Daniel Pipes The Washington Times July 20, 2010 In light of Ankara’s recent criticism of what it calls Israel’s “open-air jail” in Gaza, today’s date, which marks the anniversary of Turkey’s invasion of Cyprus, has special relevance. Turkish policy toward Israel, historically warm and only a decade ago approaching full alliance, has cooled since […]

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