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Abbas’ threats are empty, worn out, as nothing substantive is going to change

by Caroline Glick (JNS) — On May 19, Palestinian Authority and PLO chairman Mahmoud Abbas announced that the P.A. is renouncing the peace deals it…

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The new UNRWA head has lots of challenges ahead. Here are 15.

A view of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency building in Rafah in the Gaza Strip on July 26, 2018. Photo by Abed Rahim…

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The destructive misunderstanding and misuse of the term “apartheid”

by McKenna Bates (JNS) — Africans for Peace is an organization made up of student activists, many South African, who have experienced apartheid and adversity…

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In Spite of the Naysayers: How Israel is directly helping Palestinian Arabs during the coronavirus crisis

On March 31, a large shipment of medical equipment and medicine for the Palestinian healthcare system was transferred from Jordan through the Allenby Bridge, through…

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Is COVID-19 piece a worrisome sign of growing anti-Israel bias at Christianity Today?

by Tricia Miller and Dexter Van Zile (CAMERA.org) — The Christian Leadership Network of CAMERA’s Partnership of Christians and Jews is taking the unprecedented step…

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“How is Israel helping Palestinians?” Trolled by a terror apologist

Municipality workers wearing protective clothes disinfect a street in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip as part of measures to prevent the spread of…

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PBS anti-Israel travel host Rick Steves’s ugly insensitivity to minority persecution in Middle East

Rick Steves with a group of school girls in Iran. (Steves publicity photo.) by Dexter Van Zile (CAMERA.org) — The folks at Stopantisemitism.org deserve an…

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J Street misleads 60 Congress members into signing racist letter on Israel

A couple views a tractor demolishing a home in the illegal Jewish neighborhood of Netiv Ha’avot in Gush Etzion, two days after residents were evicted,…

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The mullahs call it “a blessing,” but will this virus be the fall of Iran’s regime?

by Melanie Phillips (JNS) — The point about events that catch us unawares is that we are never prepared for the unexpected to happen. Who…

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Three Israeli elections reconfirm two basic facts about Netanyahu

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara addresses their supporters on the night of the Israeli elections, at the party headquarters in Tel Aviv,…

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