March 8, 2021

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Indonesians mark Passover amid upsurge in hostility

April 9, 2018 Ian In an unmarked warehouse in a commuter suburb of Jakarta, 20 Indonesians with Jewish roots  discreetly  sat down for a Passover Seder, officiated by Indonesia’s only ordained rabbi, Benjamin Meijer Verbrugge. Report in the […]

04/09 Links Pt2: How a small pogrom in Russia changed the course of history; Fear and Loathing at DC’s ‘Israel Lobby’ Conference; Israel at 70 – the future of the Jewish diaspora

April 9, 2018 Ian Ian: JPost Editorial: Lessons not learned Commemorating the genocide of European Jewry as we will on Holocaust Remembrance Day – which begins Wednesday night and continues through Thursday – is not just a show […]

04/09 Links Pt1: Fatah: Murder of 11 was "greatest and most wonderful quality operation,"; The Gaza Clashes: What’s Really Happening; It’s Hamas that wants to see Palestinians killed, not Israel

April 9, 2018 Ian Ian: PMW: Murder of 11 was “greatest and most wonderful quality operation,” says Fatah in video and Facebook post In March 1975, eight terrorists traveled by boat from Lebanon to a Tel Aviv beach. […]

No, it isn’t Kent State on the Mediterranean*

April 9, 2018 Ziy0nadmin talked to an American friend yesterday. She is well-educated and interested in current events, and she was concerned about what was going on at the border with Gaza. She read me an AP news […]

The Siege – Gaza Version (Divest This!)

April 9, 2018 Eldad Tzioni I remember getting a lot of pushback once I started using the siege metaphor to describe Israel’s situation, both historically and as part of a wider discussion of how to look at our battle […]

Baghdad Book Fair features more Jews than ever

April 9, 2018 Ian year’s Baghdad International Book Fair 2018 has witnessed an unprecedented cultural openness, writes David (Khedher) Selim Basson, Chairman of the Association of Jewish Academics from Iraq in Israel.  The man who did more to […]

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