Next Year in Jerusalem, for real this time

A few weeks ago the Daily Mail ran an incorrect story concerning Mike Huckabee as the new ambassador to Israel and concluded that like the annual four year cycle of presidential candidates promising to move the US embassy to Jerusalem then backing out is about to end permanently: Huckabee, an ordained Baptist preacher and electric … Continue reading Next Year in Jerusalem, for real this time

Meanwhile In Israel Some peaceful Arson

Nothing says "peaceful coexistence" like a wave of arson: Fires have broken out from the north to the south in the last two days. The Israel Police is saying that "a wave of arson has befallen Israel" after 220 fires were reported during these past few days. The Israel Police has not ruled out arson as … Continue reading Meanwhile In Israel Some peaceful Arson

Meanwhile in the real world Terror Attacks Continue in Israel

While the US media obsesses over the Trump Access Hollywood tape over in Israel the real world consequences o the Obama/Clinton foreign policy continue to be felt: A Palestinian terrorist shot and killed two Israelis and wounded six others in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem on Sunday. The Palestinian terrorist, sitting in a car, drove … Continue reading Meanwhile in the real world Terror Attacks Continue in Israel

Reality Asserts Itself in the Middle East

You know we really have it easy in the US. When our government lies to our faces about the Iranian Nuke deal we can pound our chests, talk about the debasement of democracy and how these poor decisions are making the middle east a less safe place knowing that in the end it will be … Continue reading Reality Asserts Itself in the Middle East

The One Sign of Israeli Incompetence

Israel is one of the most advanced countries in the world. They are leaders in technology, science, medicine and they have one of the strongest economies in the world. Furthermore they have a military and an intelligence agency that is world renowned both for its power and its effectiveness. However there is apparently one thing … Continue reading The One Sign of Israeli Incompetence

I’m Old Enough to Remember when the Thought of Killing An American Citizen put the fear of God into a Nation

Not anymore: On Thursday morning, a young girl was murdered in her bed by an Arab terrorist in the Israeli city of Kiryat Arba. The terrorist scaled a security fence around the city and broke into the girl’s home. Hillel Yaffe Ariel was 13 years old, an aspiring dancer. Before the attack, the attacker went … Continue reading I’m Old Enough to Remember when the Thought of Killing An American Citizen put the fear of God into a Nation

Cause and Effect, US / Israel

You see Lieutenant, when enemies fall out, it's time to make friends The Adventures of Robin Hood Goodbye Little John 1960 At the Tablet they have come to the conclusion that thanks to Barack Obama America's days of keeping the peace in the Middle East are over. The era of Pax Americana has now been … Continue reading Cause and Effect, US / Israel

The #unexpectedly Chronicles: What About the Syrian Right of Return?

There is one thing about the Syrian refugee crisis that makes no sense. We are hearing the left demand that the west to all it can to accept and resettle Syrians displaced by the current war. What about the right to return? I mean after all, these Syrians lived in Syria just four years ago. … Continue reading The #unexpectedly Chronicles: What About the Syrian Right of Return?

Facebook Dialogue for Dupes vs Direct Action

Montgomery Scott: The Best Diplomat I know is a fully charged Phaser Bank Star Trek A Taste of Armageddon (1967) There was a famous exchange between Harry Truman and Soviet Foreign Affairs Minister Vyacheslav Molotov over the Soviets refusal to carry out their agreements concerning Polish Self Determination. He then walks into the room with … Continue reading Facebook Dialogue for Dupes vs Direct Action

Cause and Effect Israel England Edition

Just a reminder just because the national & international media doesn't consider Palestinian terrorism newsworthy doesn't mean they've taken a breather from it: Two elderly women were stabbed and moderately injured in what police said was a terror attack at the Armon Hanatziv promenade in southern Jerusalem, police said Tuesday morning. Both women were rushed … Continue reading Cause and Effect Israel England Edition

The Best Explanation for Jew Hatred I’ve ever read…

...is this paragraph from Kevin Williamson via Israel Matzav For the Jew-hater, this is maddening: Throw the Jews out of Spain, and they thrive abroad. Send them to the poorest slums in New York, and those slums stop being slums. Keep them out of the Ivy League and watch NYU become a world-class institution inspired … Continue reading The Best Explanation for Jew Hatred I’ve ever read…

Transparency Palestinian Style

Last year I noted a plan being advanced for 24/7 cameras at the Temple Mount in order to substantiate Palestinian claims of Israel violating agreements concerning it which the Jordanians, John Kerry and the Israelis agreed. However for some reason our peaceful Palestinian who have been accusing Israel of misdeeds objected even though such cameras … Continue reading Transparency Palestinian Style

Very Uncomfortable Truths: What if the Arabs won?

At Israeli Cool (Via Elder of ziyon) Ryan Bellerose tells the truth about the consequences of supporting the arabs over Israel for leftists there: He starts by acknowledging the short term reasons for doing so: Now if one is short-sighted, it is rather obvious that one would choose the Arabs. They have Arab oil money … Continue reading Very Uncomfortable Truths: What if the Arabs won?

Donald Trump, AIPAC, Trees and Media Forests

Yesterday at AIPAC Ted Cruz gave a stirring speech in defense of Israel which I agree with wholeheartedly In a sense while excellent this speech was not much different than others he has given in the past and frankly is not different that things you will see at this blog or many other conservative blogs. … Continue reading Donald Trump, AIPAC, Trees and Media Forests

The Ultimate Revenge on Hitler

Jake Blues: I Hate Illinois Nazis The Blues Brothers 1980 I absolutely love this story: Yisrael Kristal survived two world wars and the Holocaust but doesn't consider himself particularly remarkable, despite being named the world's oldest living man Friday at age 112. The Israeli was born in what is now Poland on September 15, 1903, … Continue reading The Ultimate Revenge on Hitler

The Unexpectedly Chronicles: How a Jew can kill Arabs and be called a Pacifist

Pacifist:Strongly and actively opposed to conflict and especially war. Merriam Webster online dictionary King Henry IV:As the good Lord said: "Love thy neighbour as thyself, unless he's Turkish, in which case, kill the bastard!" Black Adder Born to be King 1983 One of my regular stops on the net is to the Elder of Ziyon … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles: How a Jew can kill Arabs and be called a Pacifist

Some Persecuted Arabs are less equal than others

This morning I mentioned a spate of anti-semitic incidents in the US that were not considered newsworthy. But apparently you don't have to be a jew to have attacks against you ignored: Palestinian security forces say they arrested two suspected Islamic radicals in the burning of a Christmas tree in the northern West Bank. A … Continue reading Some Persecuted Arabs are less equal than others

The 72% Solution or lack thereof in Israel

For almost my entire life I've been hearing that all it takes is some concessions from Israel and you will have peace in the middle east. There is however a poll at Israel National News that suggests otherwise: A new public opinion poll among the Arab residents of Judea, Samaria and Gaza found that an … Continue reading The 72% Solution or lack thereof in Israel

Dearborn anti-terror march at best only a good first step

By John Ruberry When Muslims say they condemn the radicals within their faith, a common retort is, "If that is so, then why don't you hold anti-terrorism marches?" Well, one was held yesterday in Dearborn, Michigan, the city with the largest Arab-American population in the Untied States. The peace rally was organized by Imam Husham Al-Husainy … Continue reading Dearborn anti-terror march at best only a good first step

Seal of King Hezekiah Found in Israel, PA Meme hardest hit

Some interesting historical news out of Israel: A dump site is the last place you would expect to find an 8th century B.C. seal for a papyrus document signed by one of the kings of Judah. Perhaps that's why it has taken 2,700 years for the piece of clay inscribed with King Hezekiah's seal to … Continue reading Seal of King Hezekiah Found in Israel, PA Meme hardest hit