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Friday, September 17, 2021
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There’s No Such Thing as a Palestinian Terrorist

Which of the following actions by “ideologically motivated” Palestinian Arabs should be considered terrorism?

(A) Placing a bomb at a bus stop in downtown Tel Aviv, killing an Israeli teenage girl.

(B) Kidnapping an Israeli teenage boy and shooting him point-blank

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The US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Empowers International Terrorism

Across the Middle East, experience has proven that withdrawals only strengthen the motivation of jihadist groups.

In a stunning statement in which he defended his withdrawal decision, President Joe Biden claimed that Al-Qaeda was “gone” from Afghanistan. The glaring problem with

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Will a New Iran Deal Be Biden’s Next Folly?

While the media are decrying and dissecting President Biden’s catastrophe in Afghanistan, his Middle East staff are frantically trying to lure the Islamic Republic into the administration’s next adventure—a new Iran deal.

Now, even more so because of its Afghanistan blunder, Team Biden feels

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Will There Be a BDS Movement Against the Taliban?

The BDS movement and its followers might actually have the opportunity to do something good this week. No, really.

The U.N. Human Rights Council, which usually devotes most of its time to criticizing Israel for defending itself against terrorist attacks, has called an emergency meeting to examine

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Iran’s Renewed ‘Promise’ To the Palestinians

As the Biden administration continues to talk about the need for confidence-building measures between Israel and the Palestinians to create an environment to reach a two-state solution, the leaders of various Palestinian factions are seeking Iran’s support for their jihad (holy war) against Israel.

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Ben & Jerry’s Feeds Antisemitic BDS With Our Ice Cream Money

Unilever won’t act. We all must.

As if we don’t have enough challenges. A deadly pandemic that keeps coming back again and again. Violent antisemitic hate crimes on the streets of New York and Los Angeles. Neo-Nazis, Rashida Tlaib, Rutgers University—and now Ben and

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US-Iranian Nuclear Talks Come Unglued

Negotiators at the Vienna-based talks on re-establishing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) have reportedly drafted an agreement and returned to their respective capitals, apparently in the hopes of securing an endorsement for the revived “nuclear deal” with Iran—which, by the way, Iran never signed. While some differences

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Ben & Jerry’s Doesn’t Want to End the Conflict, It Wants to End the Jewish State

The company’s boycott is not about practical solutions to a thorny problem. Rather, it’s an attempt to virtue-signal and appease extremists who do not want to see a State of Israel.

Ben & Jerry’s board president Anuradha Mittal published a statement asserting that she isn’t

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Why Are ‘Progressive Jews’ Defending Ben & Jerry’s?

If you thought that American Jews were going to unite against discrimination in ice-cream sales, you were wrong. The decision of the Ben & Jerry’s company to “end sales of our ice cream in occupied Palestinian territories” was widely condemned across the political spectrum in Israel, by many mainstream Jewish groups and by

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Do They Even Know What ‘Genocide’ Means?

A new poll claims that 22% of American Jews believe “Israel is committing genocide against the Palestinians.” That would be alarming—if they actually know what genocide is. But do they?

There is reason to suspect that as the word has become commonplace in public discourse, its meaning has been diluted and compromised. The unexpected ways in which the term

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The Return of Antisemitism

Germany after World War I provides a distant mirror.

Antisemitism is back with a vengeance. According to the Anti-Defamation League, acts of assault, vandalism and harassment against Jews are at the highest level “since ADL’s tracking began in 1979.”

One

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US Colleges That Partner With Al Quds University, Take Heed

Can you imagine the shock and outrage if the official website of one of the two major American political parties praised Dylann Roof, the racist perpetrator of the South Carolina church massacre?

That’s the equivalent of what the Palestinian Authority did this week. So, where’s the shock and

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