Israel: Brutal attacks against Jews

Muslim Breaks Chair on Elderly Jew’s Head (Pamela Geller)

A large-bodied Arab man attacked an elderly Jew in Jerusalem’s Old City last Saturday. – By Gil Ronen, INN

Brutal attacks against Jews have become increasingly commonplace in Israel, wherever Jews and Arabs live in proximity. Readers of Arutz Sheva are painfully aware of the situation, which is becoming reminiscent of the Arab Rebellion and popular terror of the 1920s and 30s, but other news media peddle a different narrative.

Whereas there was no Jewish police or army in the 1920s and 30s, they do exist today, but have been hamstrung by leftist subversion in the universities, media, courts and political system.

Israeli Peacenik Meets the Reality of Palestinian Arab Intransigence

“There is no legitimacy for Jews to live next to us” 

Israelis from the full gamut of political parties participated in the seminar: Likud, Labor, Kadima, Meretz, and Hadash (combined Jewish/Arab socialist party). All of them reached the understanding that the beautiful scenarios of Israeli-Palestinian peace that they had formulated for themselves simply don’t correspond with reality. It’s just that most Israelis don’t have the opportunity to sit and really converse with Palestinians, to hear what they really think.


This is not the first time a group of Israelis who pine for peace have met with their liberal Arab counterparts – only to find that they have no counterparts at all.

Anti-Israel UN human rights official can’t be fired, State Department says

Richard Falk, the United Nations Human Rights official who said last month that the Boston Marathon bombings were connected to the “American global domination project,” apparently can’t be fired from his position, according to the U.S. State Department.

Jews are students too

South Africa haters upset that students who disrupted concert are being charged

We live in a Bizarro world where up is down, black is white, free speech is oppression and violent oppression is freedom.

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