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J Street

September 5, 2018 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~  According to The Times of Israel: The liberal Middle East advocacy group J Street excoriated the defunding decision, saying it would weaken PA President Mahmoud Abbas and make it more difficult for him enter formalized peace talks.“This decision continues the administration’s disturbing pattern of actions that ignore the recommendations of US and Israeli […]

Kerry Advises Abbas

January 27, 2018 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ According to Fox News: Former Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly tried to meddle in Middle East peace talks, allegedly telling a close associate of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas not to “yield to President Trump’s demands.” Israeli news outlet Maariv reported on the apparent meeting between Kerry and Hussein […]

Israel Must Deport The PLO

October 20, 2015 by


By Daniel Greenfield ~ On September 13, 1993, Arafat and Rabin shook hands over the Oslo Accord in the Rose Garden. At the end of this September, the PLO’s Abbas finally officially disavowed the Oslo Accords. The only reason the 80-year-old dictator of the PLO has a new $13 million palace, even while claiming to be […]

Obama Stands With Terrorists Against Terror Victims

August 23, 2015 by


By Daniel Greenfield ~ When Obama took office, his first phone call to a foreign leader was to the head of a terrorist group. “This is my first phone call to a foreign leader,” Obama told the PLO’s Abbas. “And I’m making it only hours after I took office.” Obama repeatedly bent, twisted and mutilated […]

Palestinians Are Running Out Of Friends Again

January 14, 2015 by


By Alan Caruba ~ The news of the day is former President Jimmy Carter who placed the blame for the Paris jihadist massacre on—you guessed it—Israel. That reflects the surreal world in which anti-Semites live. Meanwhile, the Palestinians, both Fatah and Hamas, are running out of friends. For reasons that defy any logic and which […]

Abbas’ advisor calls to murder Israelis

July 9, 2014 by


PMW Bulletins ~  Abbas’ advisor calls to murder Israelis ~   Sultan Abu Al-Einein: “All of us are required today to teach these settlers a harsh lesson… Let every hour of the settlers’ presence on our land be a source of threat and terror for them. Let us deprive their lives of security, so that […]

Fatah and Hamas Announce Reconciliation Deal

April 23, 2014 by


By IPT News ~ Palestinian Rivals Fatah and Hamas have officially announced a reconciliation deal, seeking to form a unity government in the coming weeks. Since the factions’ violent split in 2007, Hamas and Fatah have attempted to reconcile on multiple occasions. However, previous reconciliation deals in Doha and Cairo were never implemented. “This is […]

How To Beat Your Wife In Islam

November 27, 2013 by


By MEMRITVVideos From Memri TV the interview is by Egyptian cleric Sa’d Arafat taken February 4th 2010. He explains how Muslim husbands should “properly” beat their wives to show them how to have “proper” etiquette as a wife. Related articles VIDEO: Sharia Courts in the UK ( German ex-Muslim journalist who critiqued Islam kidnapped in […]

The Father Of A United States Marine On The Death of bin Laden

May 5, 2011 by


Most of the people of the world are rejoicing over the news of the death of Usama bin Laden. I am one of them. The man that many consider to be the mastermind of the September 11th attacks is gone. Contrary to the views expressed by some, the death of bin Laden does not signal […]

Hamas Tunnels

November 8, 2010 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon Hamas, the flotilla, and the importing of cars into Gaza? Sometimes I use the Dry Bones cartoons to lampoon the situation and sometimes I use the cartoons to report on news that’s not likely to be picked up by the main stream media. Trouble is that sometimes the news is so […]

$900 Million for What?

October 15, 2010 by


By Ken Blackwell Israeli media watchdog Itamar Marcus makes a career of following the Palestinian press. His website provides timely and accurate translations of the Arabic language broadcasts and publications that are watched and read by the Palestinian public on the West Bank of the Jordan River and in the Gaza Strip. It’s well […]

Time and NYT Again Show More Bias Against Israel

September 12, 2010 by


By Roger Aronoff In textbook examples, both Time magazine and The New York Times have once again shown their hostility toward Israel. Bias comes in many shapes and forms. It can be through misleading headlines, location of a story within the publication, selective use of photos, facts omitted, sources sought and choice of words. A […]

Peace: The Invention That Doesn’t Work

September 12, 2010 by


By William R. Hawkins The eminent historian Sir Michael Howard opened his brilliant essay “The Invention of Peace (Yale University Press, 2001) with a quote from the 19th  century conservative thinker Henry Maine, “War appears to be as old as mankind, but peace is a modern invention.” Maine was well positioned to make this observation. […]

What can Israel-Palestinian Peace Talks Achieve?

September 2, 2010 by


By The Editor As the latest round of Israeli/Palestinian peace talks begin today, it is hard not to feel deep cynicism. We have seen such events being presented to the world as big media events, but the hope, like the media hype, diminishes at every occasion. The most memorable rapprochement happened in 1978 when Menachem […]

The Ground Zero Mosque and The War of Ideas

August 28, 2010 by


The Palestinians used this “legitimization” tactic against the nation of Israel, as did Hezbollah in southern Lebanon; now the Cordoba House instigators are using it against America. It's a a pro-fundamental Islamist/pro-Sharia “attack,” in the ideological war (or war of ideas) between fundamentalist Islam and the West.

Iran And Gaza

January 5, 2009 by


SHADOW OF IRAN LOOMS LARGE OVER GAZA Dr Walid Phares The Israeli air raids on Hamas’ infrastructure, along with troop movements around Gaza’s enclave and the shelling of Israel by the Jihadist organization, are both troubling developments in the Middle East but they are certainly neither new nor surprising. Dramatic images of bloody Palestinian civilians […]

Weak Presidents Equal Dead Americans

October 13, 2008 by


When America elects weak or perceived to be weak presidents the results are either direct or indirect attacks on Americans, American interests overseas or attacks on the homeland and America is about to elect the least qualified President in modern times. The first major attack that changed the world came when Iranian fundamentalists realized that […]

No Brainer

May 6, 2008 by


No Brainer Condi wants to know why “donor pledges” to the increasingly out of control and dangerous Palestinian entity are not being fulfilled? According to Reuters: LONDON, May 2 (Reuters) – “Donor nations meet on Friday to discuss aid to the Palestinian Authority among recriminations that some have been slow to provide promised money and […]

Americans Paying Rent For Terrorists?

March 28, 2008 by


CRC Open Sources W. Thomas Smith, Jr., Director, Counterterrorism Research Center In this week’s CRC Open Sources we link to a piece by Aaron Klein – “Americans paying rent for terrorists?” -at WorldNetDaily: “Just days after it was announced the U.S. would transfer $150 million directly to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ government, members of […]

Slaughter, Jubilation, and the ‘Peace Process’

March 14, 2008 by


Slaughter, Jubilation, and the ‘Peace Process’ By Jeff Jacoby The slaughter of eight young yeshiva students and the wounding of nine others by an Arab terrorist in Jerusalem last week was a cold-blooded act of evil. It is difficult to make sense of the depraved fanaticism of someone like Ala Abu Dhaim, who calmly entered […]

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

December 16, 2007 by


The idea of rewarding good behavior has been lost. It does not matter that Palestinians are bombing the civilian population of the Negev. It does not matter who’s been “naughty or nice”. George W. seems ready to establish his “legacy” by coming to the region and giving the terrorists a state by the end of […]

Freedom’s Nightmare

November 26, 2007 by


I woke up this morning, flicked on the radio and caught the middle of BBC news coverage of the about-to-begin Annapolis thing (meeting? conference?, event?, gathering?). I groaned as I heard the traditional demands for even more “painful concessions” from Israel which would be required for “progress”. The interview was given by some woman who […]

The Madness Continues . . .

November 21, 2007 by


Yup. The latest is that our incompetent Prime Minister has now decided to arm our enemies… over the objections of the army and our security forces. According to YNet: Olmert approves supply of 25 armored vehicles to PA Despite IDF, Shin Bet’s warning that equipment could reach terror organizations, prime minister agrees to hand over […]

The Last Windup

November 19, 2007 by


The Abu Mazen Windup Doll. Although Hamas has “taken” Gaza, their “rival” Abbas’s Palestinian Authority does not seem to be in control of the West Bank. The “Moderate” Abbas is a convenient fig leaf for the monster that lays in wait for us. Of course I could be wrong and Annapolis is really a slick […]