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Palestinian Terrorism: Funded by the EU

by Joseph Puder In his ploy to avoid negotiations with Israel that might actually force him to make such minimal concessions as “ending the conflict” with Israel, and recognizing Israel as the “state of the Jewish people,” Mahmoud Abbas, Chairman of the Palestinian Authority (PA), can count on the European Union (EU) to support him. … Continue reading

Boko Haram’s Sick Hatred of Schoolgirls

Christopher Dickey The abduction of 200 female students from northern Nigeria was not the first attack on girls’ education by the al Qaeda-linked group—and it won’t be the last. The numbers were shocking: “Nigerian Unrest: Gunmen abduct ‘about 100 schoolgirls’” headlined the BBC after guerrillas believed to belong to the al Qaeda-allied group Boko Haram … Continue reading

From Hijab to Jihad

Did Minneapolis’s democrat Mayor Betsy Hodges not get it?  This was no game, not dress-up playtime or Carnival.    Then I wondered if she ever found occasion to dress in the ethnic clothing of her city’s other ethnicities – the Germans, Swedes, Norwegians, Danes, English, Poles, Irish, French Canadians, Native Americans?   Perhaps she had not done … Continue reading

Facing the reality of Boko Haram

The death toll from Monday’s monstrous attack in the heart of the Nigerian capital Abuja continues to rise from the original 70, as some of those who were seriously injured succumb to their wounds. Scores more people have suffered maiming that will be permanent. There has been an immediate presumption that this massacre was the … Continue reading

Hezbollah Terror Cell Exposed in Thailand

Three members of cell exposed by counter-terror site, reportedly scouting out Israeli targets. The three remain at large. By Ari Yashar Three members of a Hezbollah terror cell have been exposed in Thailand, where they reportedly were scouting out Israeli and western sites in preparation for an attack. “Stop910,” a website that collects information on … Continue reading

The Grand Mufti’s Nazi connection

It’s no coincidence that just a few months after Nazi Germany surrendered, on November 2, 1945, the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, many synagogues were burned down in Egypt and dozens of Jews were killed on the streets of Cairo. By EDY COHEN On November 5, 1941, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, … Continue reading

The Myth of the Thirsty Palestinian

Akiva Bigman The issue of water rights in the West Bank is constantly raised in regard to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, appearing again and again in public discourse around the world. According to critics of Israel, the Jewish state selfishly exploits the area’s water supplies and denies access to the local population. In doing so, the … Continue reading