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Where Are the Palestinian Mothers?

Thursday, July 3rd, 2014

(From the Wall Street Journal)

By Bret Stephens

In March 2004 a Palestinian teenager named Hussam Abdo was spotted by Israeli soldiers behaving suspiciously as he approached the Hawara checkpoint in the West Bank. Ordered at gunpoint to raise his sweater, the startled boy exposed a suicide vest loaded with nearly 20 pounds of explosives and metal scraps, constructed to maximize carnage. A video taken by a journalist at the checkpoint captured the scene as Abdo was given scissors to cut himself free of the vest, which had been strapped tight to his body in the expectation that it wouldn’t have to come off. He’s been in an Israeli prison ever since. (more…)

Wegen Oslo wird Israel den Kontakt zur PA nicht abbrechen

Sunday, June 8th, 2014

Von Moshe Feiglin

Letzte Woche drohte Israel damit, den Kontakt zur „palästinensischen“ Behörde zu beenden, falls diese mit der Hamas eine Einheitsregierung bilde. Das ist eine leere Drohung. Abbas versteht das sehr gut während er sich lachend auf in die Arme der Hamas wirft. Solange Israels Führung keine klare Alternative zu den Osloer Abkommen vorweisen kann, (more…)

The New Faith: Israel is not ours

Monday, November 4th, 2013

By Tuvia Brodie

It began as a seedling perhaps 150 years ago, when Reform Judaism began to separate religion from Judaism and G-d from Tanach. It then flowered into its own true Faith in the 1960’s, after Yasser Arafat invented the phrase, ‘Palestinian People.’

Before the 1960’s, no self-respecting Arab would tolerate being called ‘Palestinian’—for a simple reason: the word, ‘Palestine’ everyone knew, meant ‘Jew land’. To call an Arab a ‘Palestinian’ was tantamount to calling him, ‘Jew.’

Read the full text at berger-odenthal.de

So what happens when you solve the ‘Israel’ Problem?

Friday, September 13th, 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013, Erev Yom Kippur 5774

By Tuvia Brodie

Palestine is not a state. It doesn’t exist. But don’t tell that to Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority (PA).

For Abbas, Palestine doesn’t just exist; it exists in place of Israel. You see that in the occasional picture of Mr Abbas in his office or at a PA-sponsored gathering. In such pictures, (more…)

Moshe Feiglin zu erneuten Verhandlungen mit “Palästinensern”

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Die Wiedereröffnung der Verhandlungen mit den „Palästinensern“, die uns von einer Führung ohne Weitsicht und ohne klares Ziel aufgezwungen wird, stellen nichts als eine Herausforderung des Schicksals dar.

Über den entscheidenden Punkt in Kerrys Ankündigung erneuter Verhandlungen mit Judäas und Samarias Arabern gehen wir hinweg:

„Kauft nicht bei Juden“ bedeutet „Kauft nicht bei Juden“

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Sie sprechen von den „besetzten Gebieten“. Bitte erklären Sie uns, wie der Staat heißt, dessen Gebiete Israel angeblich besetzt. Britisches Mandatsgebiet? Das war einmal. Jordanien? Will das Westjordanland aus Angst um die eigene Sicherheit nicht geschenkt haben. Palästina? Ist nicht mehr als ein UN-Beschluss, ein Gebilde (more…)

Israelische Stimmen zum amerikanischen Wahlergebnis

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Comments from Israel on the American election result by Tuvia Brodie, HaRav Nachman Kahana, and Moshe Feiglin


Israel Won’t Attack

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

By Moshe Feiglin

The world is upside down. There is only one person who has the right to decide on the Iran issue, and that is the Prime Minister.

The vacuous claims that undermine the Prime Minister’s authority to make the decision for which he was elected by the sovereign – the nation – are reminiscent of other rounds of similar media intervention. (more…)

French Justice

Thursday, February 16th, 2012

Today and after an ordeal of two years Dr Yehuda David was finally acquitted by the French courts. His crime was telling the truth in – as the ruling confirms – restrained and careful wording while providing comprehensive evidence. (more…)

Israel im November

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Neue Einträge unter Aktuelles von:

Dan Margalit, Nehemia Strassler und der Redaktion der Jerusalem Post