September 23, 2023

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Chag Atzma’ut Same’ach! Happy 71st Independence Day Israel!

May 8, 2019 Ziy0nadmin’s Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, and, as remarked upon by both local and foreign observers, the country swings in a schizophrenic kind of way from the mourning, sorrow and remembrance of Yom Hazikaron to […]

05/08 Links Pt2: How Anti-Zionism Became Anti-Semitism: A Historical Overview; Qanta Ahmed: Philadelphia’s ‘Children For Jihad’ Warrant Investigation; CAIR Director Compares Israel to Nazi Germany at UC Irvine

May 8, 2019 Ian Ian: How Anti-Zionism Became Anti-Semitism: A Historical Overview After the defeat of Nazism in World War II, the Soviet Union and its satellites became the main European incubators of anti-Semitism, a doctrine they soon […]

Who won the weekend mini-war in Gaza? (Daled Amos)

May 8, 2019 Eldad Tzioni Daled Amos When wars — and even battles — are over, we naturally ask: who won? Normally, victory brings with it the acquisition of advantages like increased power and land, while losing brings not […]

Yom Hazikaron 5779 – Israel’s Memorial Day 2019

May 8, 2019 Ziy0nadmin Hazikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers and victims of terror, began last night at sundown with the sound of the siren, as Israelis commemorated their fallen with a one minute siren at 8 […]

How will Europe react to Iran’s new nuclear threat?

May 8, 2019 Eldad Tzioni NYT: Iran’s president declared on Wednesday that the country would stop complying with two of its commitments under the Iranian nuclear deal, pushing the growing confrontation between Washington and Tehran into new and potentially […]

The forgotten Jewish-Arab battle of Constantine, 1956

May 8, 2019 Ian yesterday’s post revealing Mossad involvement in Algeria, this is a detailed account by Jessica Hammerman of a little-known episode in the Algerian war for independence from France in May 1956: a two-day battle between […]