Boston 2013: Time to Speak the TruthThe two Chechan brothers have too many counterparts in Islam. Arafat used to claim that the Arab mother was his best weapon. But our government will not connect the dots.
Perhaps the Best Hagelism YetIt is no surprise that Obama nominated Hagel. His latest discovered pronouncement, continues to define him as an anti-Semite, but also one who seems to be blind to the facts.
Hijacking History Learn the truth, starting with Tacitus: "Titus was appointed to complete the subjugation of Judaea...he commanded three legions ...amongst his allies were a band of Arabs, harboring towards the Jews...bitter animosity..."
The Case of the Missing NakbasDep. Foreign Minister Ayalon talks about the real 1948 Nakba, the one inflicted on Jews by Arabs. This writer has a list of peoples who have been killed, subjugated and expelled by Arabs in recent times without having a Nakba day.
Reaction: Murder EnablersA Middle East expert gives the background to the media's treatment of the barbaric massacre in Itamar.
Arabs, Jews and AlgebraEquations and two newspaper articles are the basis for a keen analysis of long term Muslim plans.
Misplaced RageSo many Jews ignored what really counted in November 2008. Are they going to keep their heads in the sand in 2012? The writer doesn't mince words.
Hey Borat?Guess What?Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with Arafat?s slicker Fatah comrade, President Mahmoud Abbas, on January 14th and promised that she has heard Arab demands for a stronger American hand to guide peace efforts with Israel. In other words, it?s "throw the Jew down the well" time again.
Between Egypt and EilatFor Egypt to pretend that the Sinai itself is its assumed birthright, let alone adjacent Eilat, is a stretch.
'They Show No Respect for Their Caesars'Proclaiming yourself a god among pagans was one thing. They could just add Antiochus to a long list. But to do this among Jews, whose religion teaches that no man, regardless of how great, could be Divine, was explosive.
A Mid-Winter's DreamA sense of fair play must put the birth of an economically viable Kurdish state - which was indeed promised after WWI, but aborted largely on behalf of British petroleum and Arab interests - ahead of creating yet other states for Arabs at the expenses of both the "Jew of the Nations" and the Kurds.
Calling the Kettle BlackAfter the commotion and dust settled, and it was time to leave for my hotel, several carloads of Arab students followed me. Some members of my group decided it was best to keep me company that night.
Watch Out for the Set UpThe problem is the continuing tendency to portray the West's darling, Fatah's Mahmoud Abbas, and his fellow Arafatians as the good guys, whom Israel should be missing right now. We daily read about alleged ideological differences between the Hamas and the Fatah disembowelers of Jews.
A Few Questions for KhatamiThe day that you grant independence to Arabistan or Kurdistan will be the day that you gain the right to lecture and accuse Israel.
Buzzing LatakiaAssad has given refuge to Hamas leaders, such as chief honcho Khaled Meshal, and the Jews dropped in to say "hello."
Long Live Arabistan! The real place where justice for Arabs has not yet been addressed and still remains to be achieved is in - hold onto your seats - Iran.
Well, Since You Brought It UpMahmoud Al-Zahar stated: "In this region we have faced Roman occupation, Persian occupation, Crusader occupation, British occupation - they are all gone. The Israeli enemy does not belong to the region. It does not belong to the region's history, geography or faith." Allow me to burst the bubble.
Time to Clean HouseMerely sitting and waiting for murderous, rejectionist enemies to make their next move, at their own convenience, is asking for trouble. This is not the first time Israel has suffered this way.
What's Your Plan B? - Part IIIf America's ideal of a federalist state - which is a good one, but which Sunni Arabs mostly reject - collapses, then what's next for the Kurds? They have repeatedly been slaughtered over the decades in the wake of America's games in the region.
What's Your Plan B? - Part ITruth be told, the only source of stability America can count on in Iraq comes from the Kurds - the very folks our State Department has full intentions to betray yet again, as it has disgracefully done too often before.
Syria, SeriouslyHad Syria not opposed America in Iraq, the Foggy Folks would be pressing forward with former Secretary of State James Baker's pledge to Assad the First, butcher of Damascus, of a total Israeli retreat from the Golan Heights.
Short and to the PointSo, the Jews' military intelligence served them well again, as they located yet another of the Arab butchers' leaders. And their common sense, as has happened too often in the past, went AWOL.
I Believe It's Called "Sovereignty"Look, it's obvious what the Arabs are up to. Even the State Department's Foggy Folks know this. That this, however, doesn't stop them and most of the rest of the world from making one demand after the other on the Jew of the Nations to accommodate the proposed 22nd state for the Arabs should also come as a shock to no one.
Tread Carefully, Dear ArabsPolitically correct Gentiles and suicidal Jews should not read any further. Hear that, Yossi Beilin? Shimon Peres?
More Blackjack Lessons...Doroteo Arango, a.k.a. Pancho Villa, murdered and terrorized Americans in several Mexico-US boundary states in the early part of the last century.
Resolution to Kill the ResolutionHere's what President Ronald Reagan had to say about all of this on September 1, 1982: "In the pre-1967 borders, Israel was barely 10-miles wide... the bulk of Israel's population within artillery range of hostile armies. I am not about to ask Israel to live that way again."
Hanania's Unreal RealityWhile later uttering some welcome common sense, he prefaced this by rehashing the same, time-worn, fractured fairy tales and toxic untruths with which Arabs have poisoned their own people for decades. Compared to Hamas & Co., Hanania may be a moderate, but everything is relative.
"Settlers"Many of the villages set up in the West Bank and elsewhere were settlements established by Arab settlers.
Bantustan RevisitedBefore we proceed, it would be most useful to first find a regional map of the Middle East and North Africa. Try to find Israel without the aid of a magnifying glass. And if you can only find a map of the world, better use a microscope.
Binx and JahandirGuess how the Iranians, so quick to criticize Israel (which has been trying hard to arrive at a truly fair compromise with the Arabs over such things as the West Bank), dealt with their own Arab problem?
"Never Call Me <I>That</I>"One particular story that especially came to mind occurred during Dad's participation in the Rommel Campaign in North Africa (he was involved in many others over the four years that he served in World War II).
April Magic - Part IIDespite all of the history of the disputed territories, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon sought to break the Arab-Israel log jam with his April 2004 unilateral withdrawal proposals.
April Magic - Part ILacking any Anwar Sadat or King Hussein-type to deal with among Palestinian Arabs (i.e., Arab leaders willing to allow for a viable Israel still existing on the morrow after a peace treaty is signed), Arik decided to make a unilateral move to break the stalemate while also supposedly enhancing Israel's overall security position.