August 17, 2017

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The jailbird who perfected ‘shakshuka’ in a pan

August 11, 2017 Ian, a North African dish of eggs poached in tomato sauce, means “mixture” in Berber languages, and as the name implies, it is a simple dish that anyone can make at home. Making it well, however, […]

"The Enemy Has Changed, The Enemy is More Sophisticated" (video)

August 11, 2017 Ian Daphne Anson   “I’m a servant of the Lord,” explains British businessman Gerald Ronson, a Jew “in my soul and in my heart”.  His two oldest grandchildren live in Israel. From 2:20 in this […]

A window on the murky world of the Aleppo Codex

August 10, 2017 Ian his book, The Aleppo Codex, the Canadian-Israeli journalist and author Matti Friedman uncovers a murky tale and raises serious questions about who owns communal Judaica – the community or the state? Lyn Julius reviews […]

How About Cutting This Off at the Source, Stephen Sizer?

August 9, 2017 Ian Daphne Anson   One of Stephen Sizer’s very latest Facebook rants: And a comment on it by the frequently eyebrow-raising Dean Cozzens: Why don’t you give your antisemitic Friends their marching orders, Stephen Sizer?

Iraqis express surprising rise in support for Israel

August 9, 2017 Ian The fact that most bombings in Iraq are committed by Palestinian terrorists could be the reason why a flood of positive messages has reached Israel from Iraq. They point to a surprising surge of […]

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