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Why I would not vote for Obama

By Ted Belman
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March 14, 2008
My post Obama will win the nomination but lose the electiongot a lot of attention and caused quite a stir. It informed about his views on Israel, his church and its connection to SABEEL and Farrakhan, his pastor, his statements in ...

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Column One: Condi's echo chamber

Column One: Condi's echo chamber

Jerusalem Post
By CAROLINE GLICK
March 7, 2008
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice left many Israelis and supporters of Israel scratching their heads in disbelief this week.

Rice arrived in Israel in a week marked by Fatah-incited violence against Israel and Israelis, both in Judea and Samaria ...

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Grimacing to Victory and Grinning to Defeat

Caroline Glick , THE JERUSALEM POST  Jan. 28, 2008
For leaders in democracies, perhaps the most difficult decision is to change course. Decision-making is hard enough. Revisiting decisions and acknowledging mistakes is simply beyond the capabilities of most leaders. Once they have chosen a strategy, ...

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The Rape of Israel

By Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post, January 4th, 2008. 
Last Wednesday, New York's Jewish Week reported that the editor of Israel's self-described "newspaper of record" asked the US secretary of state to rape his country and told her that his erotic fantasy is to watch America rape Israel.

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Column One: Idle Talk, Reckless Talk

Caroline Glick
Apparently US and Israeli leaders think that idle chatter is risk free. Last week, the Democrats in the US Congress decided to take on the Ottoman Empire. Acting boldly, the House Foreign Relations Committee condemned the empire (which ceased to exist in 1917) for committing genocide ...

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No red lines at Columbia University-Shame on us..


Shmuley Boteach , THE JERUSALEM POST Sep. 23, 2007  The invitation by Columbia University to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran beggars belief and brings one of America's foremost institutions of higher learning into disrepute. Columbia's distinguished president, Lee Bollinger, defended the ...

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Germany Looks to Justin Bieber to Solve Crisis

Germany Looks to Justin Bieber to Solve Crisis

Santiago, Chile

The world is now divided into essentially three categories:

(1) those nations that can effectively sidestep catastrophic meltdown;
(2) those nations that cannot avoid meltdown, but can afford to kick the can down the road
(3) those nations that must face their grim, unavoidable ...

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South Africa: Where Christianity is tainted with anti-Semitism

Recently, I travelled to South Africa to talk with Jewish and Christian groups and give them the Israeli perspective to counter the hate campaign that makes that country a leading hub in the delegitimisation efforts against Israel. For decades, South Africa has been at the forefront of actions that ...

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Beware of The Islamization of Africa

2011 saw the rise of political Islam across Northern Africa. Arab Spring revolutions which were typically led by secular modern youth, gave way to veteran religious Islamic leaders which gained political power.  

In Egypt, the Muslim parties won 2/3 of the seats in Parliament. Top parties in ...

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