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Two Days Under Fire

By Jonathan Feldstein Under normal circumstances, most kids look for excuses to stay home from school, at least once in a while. This week in…

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Deporting the Israel Director of Human Rights Watch for BDS Activism is a Victory for Democracy

By Matthew Mainen (JNS) — On Nov. 11, the European Union called on Israel to “reverse its decision” to deport Omar Shakir, Human Rights Watch’s…

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Foreign aid burden? How the relatively small U.S. investment in Israel is returned many times over

By Yoram Ettinger and Fred Zeidman (JNS.org) — The growing sophistication of domestic oil and natural-gas production has enhanced the U.S. national security. It has…

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After Democrats and the media finish with Trump, will they go after Israel?

By Caroline Glick (JNS) Nearly every week, the Democrats reach new heights of radicalism. Israel has good reason to be deeply worried. Until 2000, the…

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This Sukkot, remembering the Jewish and Christian roots in Jerusalem

By Lela Gilbert Religion Unplugged Three years ago, I was living in Jerusalem, and along with both Christians and Jews, celebrating the annual Feast of…

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Dealing With the Palestinian Kool-Aid Western Progressives Are Drinking

By Melanie Phillips (JNS) — Concern about resurgent anti-Semitism has been at fever-pitch among Diaspora Jews for years. In Britain, the veteran Jewish Labour MP…

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Hagee: For Such a Time As This — Enemies of Israel Seal Their Fate

By Pastor John Hagee (JNS) — Given recent events in the Middle East, our leaders would benefit from the wisdom shared in the book of…

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The context HBO’s “Our Boys” doesn’t want us to know

A member of the Israeli police and a Shin Bet Israeli security officer stand next to each other in a scene in HBO’s “Our Boys.”…

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Will Netflix Make A Joke Of Eli Cohen, Israel’s Most Legendary Spy?

By Moshe Phillips Netflix’s “The Spy” is a six-episode series about real-life Israeli Mossad hero Eli Cohen. “The Spy” stars Sacha Baron Cohen, most famous for his 2006…

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Puncturing the Big Lie of Palestinian Identity

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas (center) delivers a statement at a conference in Ramallah on Oct. 18, 2014. Photo by Flash90. By Melanie Phillips (JNS) —…

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