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Iran both saves Jews and denies the Shoah

May 15, 2016 Ziy0nadmin mark Palestinian Nakba Day,  a second contest of 150 anti-Israeli cartoons from 50 countries has opened in the Iranian capital Tehran. Seth Frantzman in the Jerusalem Post  points out the paradox – while denying […]

Israel’s democracy is being subverted and undermined

May 15, 2016 Ziy0nadmin a stunning, recently aired interview, the former Director of the Mossad Meir Dagan, posthumously took to the airwaves to slam Binyamin Netanyahu for bringing about the Iran deal. Even the interviewer, not known for […]

On observing the nakba

May 15, 2016 Ziy0nadmin of you have seen the traffic coming to a stop on Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance day and Memorial Day, with drivers getting out of their cars and pedestrians standing stock still, at attention while a […]

15-May-16: Putting their "nakba" in perspective

May 15, 2016 Ziy0nadmin Image Source Israelis joyously and thankfully marked 68 years of renewed independence, massive economic advancement and attainment on all fronts this past Thursday. The Palestinian Arabs call the same process “catastrophe“. Much of the […]

Four arrested after Jews airlifted from Yemen

May 15, 2016 Ziy0nadmin Here’s a story that’s a few weeks old now, and we hope it had a happy ending: Sandy Rashty of the Jewish Chronicle reports on the arrest of four people in Yemen in the wake […]

Moroccan Jews protest for occupied W.Sahara

May 14, 2016 Ziy0nadmin the Jews as an instrument of foreign policy is not a new strategy for Morocco – it bolsters the legitimacy of the royal family in the eyes of the West. But rarely has the […]

Polyglot Jew wrestles with identity crisis

May 13, 2016 Ziy0nadmin Eloquent article in Lilith magazine by a Sephardi Jew from Spanish-speaking Morocco about her ‘identity crisis’, caused by speaking too many European languages. One detects more than a hint of post-colonial guilt here, yet multilingualism […]

Good News Friday

May 12, 2016 Ziy0nadmin Ha’atzmaut has just finished and here we are, going straight into Shabbat, so it’s time to celebrate with another Good News Friday post. Since we’re still in the flag-waving patriotic mood, now is a […]

New Statesman: How ‘the longest hatred’ took root

May 12, 2016 Ziy0nadmin analysis of the roots of antisemitism by Brendan Sims and Charlie Laderman, all the more remarkable for appearing in the left-leaning New Statesman. Here is the extract from The Longest  Hatred about anti-Semitism in the Middle East (with […]

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