Category Archives: Israel and Palestinian Arabs

Israel Bashed for Resisting Arab Colonization

According to Ha’aretz, NBC, CBS, NPR, BBC, the EU, the UN, and countless denizens of social media, a whole Palestinian village was allegedly demolished and its entire population made homeless on 4 November of this year. Ilhan Omar accused Israel … Continue reading

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Want Peace in the Middle East? Vote for Trump!

The end of the historic “Arab-Israeli conflict” may be on the horizon, depending on the outcome of the US presidential election. Oh, It wouldn’t mean that the Palestinian Arabs will soon give up on the idea that they can flood … Continue reading

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What’s Not in the Normalization Agreements

The most interesting thing about the normalization agreements that Israel signed with the UAE and Bahrain is not what is in the written agreements, which are sparse on detail. It is not even the speculation about the unpublicized understandings about … Continue reading

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Normalization Could Create a Real “New Middle East”

The main thing you need to know about the normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is that Iran, Turkey, the Palestinian Authority, Hamas, IfNotNow, Jewish Voice for Peace, and other enemies of the Jewish state oppose … Continue reading

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Who Owns the Land?

It never stops: Europeans complain about Israel building things, or rather, about Israelis planning to build things. Such activities, they claim are illegal, because according to them nothing east of the 1949 armistice line belongs to Israel. But to whom … Continue reading

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