Tuesday, 18 June , 2024

Jews

To be or not to be a Jew? Τhe case of...

By Daniel Estrin, Associated Press Original post date: 26 January 2017 Is Ivanka Trump really Jewish? Last summer, Israel’s religious authorities issued a ruling that raised doubts...

The Liberation of the Slaves

Donald Trump’s electoral victory unleashed pent-up tectonic energies on the unprecedented scale. The world has been changed, much more than could be expected from any election of a US president. Just a short time has passed since election day, but it appears that the New World Order has received a shattering blow. There is a great feeling of freedom in the air, as if the vote broke the chains of a generation, and we suddenly found ourselves free.

Trump and Antisemitism

Both US presidential candidates have proclaimed the strong relationship with Israel should continue to be the cornerstone of US policy in the Middle East. Both seem sometimes struggling for Israel's favor as much as they struggle for American voters' favor. And both have strong family ties with Israel. Here two interesting articles on Trump and Antisemitism

‘Most-read’ article at Washington Post calls Israel ‘savage, unrepairable society’

The leftwing movement of criticism of Israel is getting more and more mainstream by the second. Everyone is walking the path; they’re just getting there a little later. The Washington Post, a hotbed of neoconservative ideas for the last 15 years, has another article harshly critical of Israel today, written by an Israeli. And guess what: that article along with yesterday’s article by the two prestige Jewish academics calling for boycott of Israel are the two “most-read” articles on the Post list this morning!

Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu: Destroy enemy to deter attacks

Municipal chief rabbi of Safed Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu said on Monday that the state was not taking firm enough action to deter terror attacks,...