Monthly Archives: August 2017

Deport Israel’s illegal immigrants

The attitude of Israelis to African “infiltrators” or “asylum seekers” or “refugees” – what you call them is indicative of how you feel about them – is a manifestation of a broad cultural divide in our society. There are about … Continue reading

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The real crisis of racism in Israel

The strategy of the US Reform Movement along with home-grown leftists to introduce an American-style obsession with “racism” into Israeli consciousness shows just how far from understanding regional reality these people are. The movement’s Israel Religious Action Center (IRAC) plans … Continue reading

Posted in Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Israeli Society | 4 Comments

A non-solution to a non-crisis

If you are an Israeli, do you feel smug that the neurotic politics of political correctness and victimology that lately are so prevalent in the USA are rare in Israel? Are you pleased to think that most Israelis are not … Continue reading

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Hands off my free press!

As the founding fathers of the US understood, limiting speech and expression is a slippery slope. The recent controversy about statues and other symbols is an example of how slippery. Confederate flags are offensive, so get rid of them. But … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, American society, Jew Hatred | 1 Comment

Why American Jews should make aliyah

Advocating aliyah creates friction. Sometimes people think you are trying to display your moral superiority (“nyah, nyah, I moved to the Jewish state and you didn’t”). Sometimes they think you are trying to steal their children – my wife was … Continue reading

Posted in American Jews, American politics, American society, Jew Hatred, The Jewish people, US-Israel Relations, Zionism | 1 Comment