December 19, 2018

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Tu B’Shvat Higia!

January 31, 2018 Ziy0nadmin is the 15th of Shvat, known as Tu B’Shvat, and it is the “birthday of the trees”. I refer you to past posts of mine to learn about the beautiful minor festival. Here is […]

More antisemitism on the British Left

January 30, 2018 Ziy0nadmin on the British Left is a story that does not go away, the gift (if that’s the right word) that keeps on giving. Over the last few weeks several items have popped up in […]

Plant fruit trees in Israel for Tu B’Shvat

January 30, 2018 Eldad Tzioni Tonight and tomorrow  is Tu B’Shvat, the traditional New Year for Trees in Jewish teachings. The Jewish National Fund does some wonderful work with planting trees in Israel – but JNF does not plant […]

Longing for the sun-drenched land of Zion (Forest Rain)

January 30, 2018 Eldad Tzioni Imagine being in cold and grey Europe and being told that somewhere, there is a sun-drenched land where everything our people have hoped for will come true. Imagine being weary of persecution, of never […]

The BBC promote Soviet style antisemitism

January 30, 2018 Ziy0nadmin BBC One wanted to deal with the issue of antisemitism in the Labour party during their Sunday morning programme ‘The Big Questions‘. The show tends to touch on topical issues related to faith and […]

Today’s Arab media antisemitism

January 30, 2018 Eldad Tzioni Ismail Ibrahim writes in Al Ahram Gate on Monday that the Muslims need to unite to defeat the treacherous, evil Jews. Not Israels – Jews. While Arab leaders are rushing to make agreements and  peace […]

As Much an Arab Story as a European

January 30, 2018 Ian Daphne Anson   Well known for her Point of No Return blog, Lyn Julius has recently authored Uprooted: How 3,000 years of Jewish Civilisation in the Arab World Vanished Overnight, published in London by […]

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