Monthly Archives: September 2015

What a historical inflection point feels like

Germany and Austria have announced that they will for now allow all Syrian migrants that reach their borders to apply for asylum, as opposed to EU rules that require asylum-seekers to apply in the first country they enter. I assume … Continue reading

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Who killed the Dawabshes, and why doesn’t the Shabak want to know?

Someone burned a baby and his father to death and severely injured two other members of the Dawabshe family a little more than a month ago on July 31, in the Arab village of Duma, southwest of Shechem (Nablus). Beginning … Continue reading

Posted in Duma arson-murder, Terrorism | 1 Comment