With al-Zawahiri’s assassination, it’s Groundhog Day for America (again)

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results, both the Biden administration and the European Union are out to lunch. Read more

Israeli TV’s shallow, irresponsible stunt

We are accustomed to the concept of wars being waged in the name of religion. There’s less acknowledgment of the war being waged upon religion and on the religious mindset by Western secularists. Read more

The urgent need for proper Jewish leadership

Diaspora Jews worry about how to deal with the current tsunami of anti-Semitism that is washing through the world. Read more

The fall of Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson’s decision to quit as prime minister of the United Kingdom followed unprecedented scenes in the British parliament this week, as he clung on to power despite the resignation of more than 50 of his ministers in an attempt to force him out. Read more

Licking Ben & Jerry’s

A great victory has been declared over BDS, the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement whose aim is the destruction of Israel. Read more

The moral clarity of Nikki Haley

U.S. President Joe Biden is about to travel to the Middle East in an attempt to alleviate the mess created by his own ineptitude. Read more

The EU’s Jerusalem charm offensive

People dining this week on the charming terrace at Jerusalem’s King David Hotel were surprised to find at the next table Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission. Read more

Biden administration won’t stop appeasing the Palestinians

The Biden administration’s obsession with boosting the Palestinian cause at the expense of Israel continues apace.
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No rainbow’s end for the Jews of Oz

Australian Jews woke up this week to a new and unsettling reality. Scott Morrison’s conservative, pro-Israel Liberal Party government was defeated, and the new prime minister is the Labor Party leader, Anthony Albanese. Read more

The ‘broken windows’ strategy for combating Israel demonisation

The “broken windows” theory of policing, responsible for a stunning drop in crime in New York in the 1990s, was based on a simple proposition. Bad people are encouraged to commit serious crimes if lesser social nuisances such as litter, vandalism or fare evasion are ignored. Read more

How Western dupes help propagate murderous Palestinian lies

A Palestinian Arab journalist with Al Jazeera, Shireen Abu Akleh, was shot dead this week in a firefight between Hamas and the Israelis in the West Bank city of Jenin. Read more

Why Russia has once again turned on the Jews

Russia’s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, caused outrage earlier this week after he was asked on Italian TV how Russia could claim to be “de-Nazifying” Ukraine when its president, Volodymyr Zelensky, is Jewish. Read more

The key lesson from Ukraine for international order

It’s taken the horrors in Ukraine for people to begin to register that a central pillar of world affairs since the Second World War has crumbled. Even now, though, the full implications aren’t acknowledged. Read more

Blinken’s obscene Western ‘progressive’ agenda

When an Arab terrorist murdered five Israelis in Bnei Brak this week by opening fire indiscriminately with an M-16 rifle, Palestinian Arabs in the Gaza Strip and the “West Bank” handed out sweets in celebration and held jubilant rallies. Read more

Why liberals fail to equate Israel and Ukraine

March 25, 2022 by  

Two women and a rabbi were among four Israelis murdered in a terrorist attack this week in the southern Israeli city of Beersheva. Read more

Biden’s unconscionable empowerment of both Russia and Iran

March 18, 2022 by  

In his address to the U.S. Congress this week, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky told U.S. President Joe Biden in a plea for American air defences against Russian bombardment from the sky: “You are the leader of your great nation. I wish you to be the leader of the world.” Read more

For the Jews, history repeats itself in Ukraine

The onslaught against Ukraine by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is a horrific tragedy for all Ukrainians as well as a crisis for Europe and the west in general. Nevertheless, for the Jewish people, it has special and deeply troubling resonance. Read more

How Biden has empowered evil in both Russia and Iran

February 25, 2022 by  

The contrast could scarcely be more glaring. America’s strategy to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggression against Ukraine is to impose sanctions. But its strategy to deter aggression by the Iranian regime is to lift sanctions. Read more

The lethal miscalculations over Vladimir Putin

In the Middle East, where two earth tremors this week shook northern Israel and sounded an ominous warning of a major earthquake in the near future, the geopolitical tectonic plates also continue to shift in startling fashion. Read more

How America is helping Iran get a nuclear arsenal

As Iran reportedly reaches the brink of obtaining enough fissile material for a nuclear weapon, the Biden administration is now astoundingly colluding with this lethal rogue state against the interests of Israel and America’s allies in the region. Read more

Whoops, Whoopi: The Holocaust is all about race

February 4, 2022 by  

Whoopi Goldberg has got herself into a terrible mess. She was suspended from her role as co-host of ABC’s “The View” talk show after saying that the Holocaust wasn’t about race. It was instead, she said, about “man’s inhumanity to man” involving “white people doing it to white people.” Read more

How the West’s appeasement mentality brings not peace, but war

As the Ukraine crisis continues, one question, in particular, poses itself: How can it be that having defeated the Soviet Union in the Cold War, the West is now unable to get the better of the leader of the bankrupt kleptocracy that replaced communism in Russia? Read more

The unspoken truths behind the Texas synagogue attack

The attack on Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, where the rabbi and three other Jews were taken hostage until they managed to escape unharmed, was shocking enough. Read more

The emergence of Arab Zionism?

While Western liberals and the U.N. Human Rights Council double down in their determination to demonize, delegitimize and destroy Israel, support for that beleaguered country is coming from a surprising direction. Read more

The most important conversation the Jewish world needs to have

January 7, 2022 by  

Links between Israel and Diaspora Jews have been put under increased strain by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

New Year’s resolution? Abolish the UN Human Rights Council

At the turn of a new year, people traditionally make resolutions to improve themselves. So, what is the United Nations setting itself to do better in 2022? Read more

A Christmas crusade: scapegoating the Jews

Christian churches, seemingly deaf to baleful historical and theological echoes, have decided to mark Christmas 2021 by scapegoating the Jews. Read more

Trump and Netanyahu: Allies no longer?

For both fans and foes of America’s former President Donald Trump and Israel’s former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the two leaders appeared to share certain features. Read more

Double standard of antisemitism and Islamophobia

One of the most obvious characteristics of antisemitism is the double standards it perpetrates, through which Jews are singled out for harmful assumptions and treatment directed against no other people in the world. Read more

‘Imagine’ all those people …

Diaspora Jews have a collective history of constant migration. Read more

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