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Noted int’l attorney demolishes popular lies about Israel

By on August 19, 2016 in From the Internet, The Latest with 0 Comments
Noted int’l attorney demolishes popular lies about Israel

Ambassador Alan Baker of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) identifies and masterfully debunks ten of the most egregious lies that serve as the basis of many anti-Israel propaganda campaigns.

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US college students sign petition to support ISIS – on 9/11/14

By on September 15, 2014 in From the Internet, Jon Sutz with 0 Comments

The Media Research Center’s Dan Joseph visited George Mason University on the 13th anniversary of 9/11 to see how many of its elite students would sign a petition in support of ISIS. Your tax dollars at work.

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Legal Forum For Israel blasts Ban Ki-Moon for bias

By on September 15, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
Legal Forum For Israel blasts Ban Ki-Moon for bias

The Legal Forum for Israel recently sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, describing and objecting to his anti-Israel bias, and demanding that he begin to take a more balanced approach to Israel-Palestinian affairs. Read this fascinating letter here.

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CIA veteran: The day the US switched sides in war on terror

By on September 9, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
CIA veteran: The day the US switched sides in war on terror

In an expansive video interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas, former CIA operations officer and counter-terrorism consultant Clare Lopez explains that for the first time in history, the US actually armed Al Qaeda, in the lead-up to and after the Benghazi attack on the American consulate.

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Hamas’s “victory”

By on September 7, 2014 in Douglas Altabef, From the Internet with 0 Comments
Hamas’s “victory”

In the Palestinian world, when Hamas is in a military conflict with Israel, anything short of being beaten to the point of having to cry “Uncle!,” and sign an unconditional surrender, is considered a “victory.” But to a chorus of Israel supporters, anything short of that is considered a loss. Which is it?

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US Brigadier General: “A Few Airstrikes Don’t Win Wars”

By on September 7, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
US Brigadier General: “A Few Airstrikes Don’t Win Wars”

Brigadier General Ernie Audino (ret.) says, “The destruction of ISIS and breaking its will to fight will not happen by the conduct of defensive operations alone. [T]his level of destruction will require the conduct of well-coordinated, well-equipped and well-supplied offensive operations.”

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Could ISIS and Mexican gangs kill 9 out of 10 Americans?

By on September 7, 2014 in From the Internet, National Security with 0 Comments
Could ISIS and Mexican gangs kill 9 out of 10 Americans?

Combine the cash-rich ISIS and Mexican drug gangs and what do you get? A threat at our southern border that could end up killing 9 out of 10 Americans in one year, according to a report cited by retired national security experts.

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Proud Israeli-Arab mother of three IDF soldiers has a few words for Israel-haters

By on August 27, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
Proud Israeli-Arab mother of three IDF soldiers has a few words for Israel-haters

Q) What happens when the proud Israeli-Arab mother of three soldiers in the IDF is asked whether she is an Israeli or a Palestinian? A) This. Amidst the obfuscation, lies and distortions that defined the day-to-day “news” coverage of Operation Protective Edge, this woman’s courageous story is worth telling – and passing along.

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Hamas training manuals found; “News” media silent

By on August 26, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
Hamas training manuals found; “News” media silent

In recent days the Israeli Defense Force has found numerous examples of Hamas training manuals, which confirm suspicions that it has been instructing operatives to use civilians as human shields. Why has the “news” media been deafeningly silent about these discoveries?

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Bret Stephens: The meltdown of U.S. foreign policy

By on August 26, 2014 in From the Internet with 0 Comments
Bret Stephens: The meltdown of U.S. foreign policy

From Commentary Magazine, a must-read essay by the superb Bret Stephens, foreign affairs editor of the Wall St. Journal. Pray for a day when the U.S. once again employs a foreign policy that causes our friends to trust us, and our enemies to fear us.

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