Monthly Archives: January 2016

Waiting for Capote

The right-wing Im Tirtzu group was hit by a storm of criticism, after it called a large group of Israeli authors, actors and other artists ‘moles’ or ‘foreign agents’ in Israeli culture, because of their leftist views (the Hebrew word … Continue reading

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The coming US election as seen by an American-Israeli

Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you.—Pericles (Athens, c. 430 BCE) America hasn’t been invaded since 1812, and after the Civil War (which only peripherally involved other nations), … Continue reading

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The PLO can’t be fixed

It has been revealed that a secret deal kept Switzerland free of PLO terrorism: According to the author, Swiss journalist Marcel Gyr, Switzerland was in turmoil after a spate of Palestinian terror attacks, including the February 1970 bombing of a … Continue reading

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A culture of hate and its ‘Terror Children’

Israelis are used to waking up to news reports of horrific murders, sometimes mass murders, but the slaughter of 38-year old Dafna Meir, in her own home and in front of her children by a teenage Arab terrorist has been … Continue reading

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For Dafna

The murderer of Dafna Meir, a mother of 6 children has been arrested. He is a Palestinian Arab variously reported to be 15 or 16 years old, from the nearby village of Beit Amra. Arrested, unfortunately – take note, Margot … Continue reading

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