The world’s eyes are on Syria and Iraq, US Secretary of State John Kerry’s peace framework and the anarchy in Yemen that has recently seen the kidnap of an English teacher. Unseen by the journos’ however (mainly because it’s too dangerous to get there) is the grumbling sore that is Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. This weekend,… Read More ›
Representatives of Israel-supporting Christian groups held a bold event this Wednesday (12th February) to counter the efforts of the boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign in Britain to recruit churches to its cause. Following the efforts of a London church to hijack Christmas in support of the anti-Israel BDS movement, Christian pastor Mike Fryer held… Read More ›
By David Lazarus (reproduced unaltered with permission from Israel Today Magazine, Jerusalem) Nonie Darwish is the daughter of Mustafa Hafez, former head of intelligence in Gaza when Egypt was in control of the coastal enclave. During this time, Hafez founded the Fedayeen, the original terrorist group that launched raids across Israel’s southern border between 1951… Read More ›
One of the commonest of the many plaintive cries from those who want an excuse to delegitimise Israel is that she is still “occupying” Gaza (even though there isn’t a single Israeli soldier or civilian there). The other emotive complaint is that Israel is still carrying out an “illegal blockade” on Gaza and that she… Read More ›
This is a brilliant and so true video by the Jerusalem Institute for Justice – released coincidentally during President Obama’s visit to Israel!
The latest (August) monthly 40+ item list of achievements and progress coming out of Israel. Thanks to www.verygoodnewsisrael.blogspot.com ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israelis beat the flu virus. (Thanks to Israel21c) Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered that flu viruses (including deadly strains) use the protein neuraminidase to disable the body’s natural killer (NK) cells. … Read More ›
Holocaust Remembrance Day, marked each year on the anniversary (27th January) of the relief of Auschwitz in 1945, has become an established part of our calendars in the post-Christmas and New Year weeks. And quite right too. It’s become a hackneyed phrase, but it is right that we don’t forget the worst atrocity carried out… Read More ›
Egypt’s Coptic Christians have born the brunt of enraged persecution by Muslim Brotherhood supporters and others in Egypt, especially since that country’s “Arab Spring” in January 2011. over last weekend, Egypt’s people voted for a revised constitution that seeks to undo a lot of the harm done by President Morsi’s Islamist-slanted version, also voted in… Read More ›