Before 9/11: Al-Qaeda’s First Terror Attack in the US was the Assassination of This Controversial Israeli Rabbi
As America commemorates its 18th anniversary of 9-11, Most people don’t realize that Al-Qaeda’s history of terrorism on US soil dates back to 1990. That was the year that Rabbi Meir Kahane Hy”d was shot dead in New York City by El Sayyid Nosair, an Al-Qaeda operative from Egypt.
The United States should derive much satisfaction from Israel’s demographic viability and the enhanced posture of deterrence deriving from it.
Several countries have seen growing recognition of the Nazis’ crimes.
No sooner than I had written about the tremendous double standard in the world, and the world media in specific, relating to the death of one Arab journalist in Israel over another, then the Biden administration threw its hat into the ring to double down on what’s already an offensive narrative.
News this week in Israel included the death of two Arab journalists, in different locations, under different circumstances, and unrelated.
It’s easier for Arab politicians to blame the police or the government for the violence in their sector than it is to look at the deeply entrenched values that perpetuate it.
Ridding Israel of its “inhabitants” is a largely overlooked commandment in the Torah expressly written in the Book of Deuteronomy:
Despite the conventional wisdom, that data proves there is no Arab demographic time bomb. There is, however, an unprecedented Jewish demographic tailwind.
Academic survey shows a mirror up to the political views of Israeli Arabs six months after establishment of new government
A significant 40.5% of those surveyed believe that the integration of Ra’am into the government will lead to an increase in the turnout of Arab citizens in the next elections, and only 22.7% believe that their turnout may decrease.
Lawmaker calls to correct Israel’s Biblical mistake: Failing to drive out Arabs, as commanded in Numbers 33
“The solution may come when there is a great threat to Israel, like Iran. Then all these non-Jews will run away. That is what the Arabs who lived in Israel did in 1947.”