Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Sivan 8, 5775
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Evelyn Gordon- Columnist for The Jerusalem Post.
Evelyn Gordon Israeli police clash with protesters during the evacuation of the illegal West Bank settlement outpost of Amona. One of the most troubling elements of the violence at the settlement of Amona earlier this month was the argument that rock-throwing Jewish teens used to justify their tactics: that the Israeli "establishment" - i.e., the government, courts, media and police...
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Andrew Silow-Carroll- Editor of the New Jersey Jewish News.
Andrew Silow-Carroll A news service in the Middle East is posting photos of "more than 100 violent" Israeli riot police "to enable those attacked to file complaints." It urges young women who feel they were "victimized, traumatized, or are going through an emotional crisis as a result of what they experienced" at the hands of Israeli security personnel to call...
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Coming Soon: More on the Heroic Actions of a Child Terrorist-to-Be … Think-tank scholars Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen write in The Washington Times (www. washingtontimes.com) on Feb. 14 about Muslims teaching their kids to hate others: "What would you like to be when you grow up?A Hamas children's magazine has a clear answer: a terrorist. A children's story...
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Lawyer Considers Congressional Run Television reality-star Raj Bhakta may face some competition in his quest to dethrone U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-District 13) from her first term in the House. If some Montgomery County Republican committeemen get their way, Russian American attorney Marina Kats will soon declare her candidacy for Schwartz's seat. But according to Kats, who immigrated to the...
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News reports the day after President Bush unveiled his $2.77 trillion proposed federal budget last week centered on the fact that it called for more spending on security and less on domestic programs. The plan’s emphasis on preserving tax cuts and devoting more money to defense while limiting the growth in Medicare spending set off the usual partisan sparring between...
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