Israeli Politics, media bias

BBC Misleads Public on Ethiopian MKs

BBC piece on Pnina Tamano Shata (screenshot)

Israel is often portrayed as a racist country by the mainstream media. The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA), a media watchdog, caught an “error” from the UK’s BBC that could lead one to the impression that Israel discriminates against its Ethiopian minority. The article in question, from May 15th, “Israel …

antisemitism, Massacres and Disasters, World Politics

Torching of Queen Esther’s, Mordechai’s Tombs in Iran

Tomb of Queen Esther and Mordechai in Hamedan, Iran

Members of the Jewish community of Iran managed to get the message out to world Jewish leaders that the tomb of Queen Esther and Mordechai, in Hamedan, Iran, was torched over the weekend by an “arsonist.” The reason may be that while the Iranian government added the sit to its National Heritage List in 2008, …

antisemitism, Israeli Politics, US Politics, World Politics

Why Did Ilhan Omar Sign Onto International Embargo of Iran?

Ilhan Omar with supporter Halil Mutlu, Turkish millionaire, cousin of Erdogan

According to Adam Kredo of the Free Beacon, Ilhan Omar is under fire from anti-Israel Arab activists for signing onto a letter asking President Trump to continue the international embargo against Iran. The letter, signed by almost every member of Congress, was spearheaded by AIPAC. This fact alone, is enough reason for the anti-Israel crowd …

Israeli Politics, World Politics

Missionaries Prey on Jewish Children in Israel on TV

God TV announces launch of Shelanu missionary channel in Israel

Coronavirus means kids are a captive audience for television entertainment. That makes it doubly horrific that Israel’s HOT cable television network launched an evangelical TV channel on April 27. The channel, dubbed “Shelanu” or Hebrew for “Ours,” has, as its mission, the goal of spreading the gospel to Jewish children. Shelanu is the Israeli branch …

antisemitism, Massacres and Disasters, social media, US Politics

Tlaib Tweets About the Holocaust Without Mentioning Jews

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib

On the eve of last week’s Yom HaShoah, the day that Israel memorializes Jews murdered in the Holocaust, notorious antisemite, Rashida Tlaib, the congresswoman from Detroit, tweeted a photo of a memorial candle, with a message that pretends to feel bad about the Holocaust while never mentioning the word “Jew.” This #HolocaustRemembranceDay—and every day—we pay …

Israeli Politics, Massacres and Disasters, World Politics

Coronavirus: Are More People Dying Than We Know?

caregiver with elderly patient

Our eyes have been on Israel during the global pandemic. The Jewish State took precautions much earlier than other countries, and there have been fewer cases and fewer deaths. But all may not be as it seems. According to Ynet, a senior official of Magen David Adom says the number of deaths may be higher. …

Israeli Politics, World Politics

Israel Suspending Demolition of Illegal Building During COVID-19

Illegal EU building in Israel Area C

Israel is suspending the demolition of illegal EU building for Arabs in Area C for the duration of the coronavirus lockdown because of pressure from far-left “human rights” groups like B’Tselem. No doubt Israeli resources, such as the IDF, are under strain right now, so maybe it’s one less headache for them. On the other …

Israeli Politics, terror, World Politics

Israel: How to Quarantine Under Rocket Fire

rocket fire from gaza into civilian israel

You think you’ve got it bad? In Israel, not only is there coronavirus, but rocket fire, too. This past Friday night, while people were eating their Sabbath meals, Hamas terrorists in Gaza shot rockets into Southern Israel. But what are you supposed to do about taking shelter from rockets if you’re in quarantine because of …

American Jewry, terror, US Politics, World Politics

US Citizens Trapped in an Iran Overrun with Coronavirus

Robert Levinson photo from 2011

All of us are now affected in one way or another by the novel coronavirus. But perhaps the scariest place to be right now is Iran, with almost 1000 deaths at this writing. It was never going to be a fun time for Americans to be trapped in the land of the ayatollahs, but fear …

antisemitism, Massacres and Disasters, World Politics

City of York Marks Jewish Genocide with Song

Cliffords Tower, York, UK

York, in the UK, hosted a commemoration event marking the 830th anniversary of the massacre of the city’s Jewish population. It’s good that the UK is “owning” its antisemitism, still endemic today. The description of how the event played out is, however, a bit disturbing. “Attendees will be invited to listen to music and readings, …