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‘Europeans routinely repeat “Never Again!” but their commitment is not to prevent another Holocaust—it is rather to prevent war at all costs’
Points East & West
No Place Like Home
‘Naomi Zivotofsky and her husband are American citizens. Their son is a US citizen, born in Jerusalem. His passport gives no country of birth’
Overrated: Mahmoud Abbas
The man Western liberals believe should be leader of an independent Palestine is a Jew-hater who deserves to be prosecuted
The Settlements: Life Between the Lines
"When the media talk about evacuating settlements, they are thinking of caravans. Look at what we've built. You want to remove this?"
Watchman, What Of The Night?
'After assimilation Jews made an incomparable contribution to the public life, the economy and the culture of the United States, and to the survival of the State of Israel'
American Jews and the Defence of Western Civilisation
Two distinguished US academics, Ruth R. Wisse and Jack Wertheimer, discuss the need to rebuild Jewish life and stand up for Israel with the Editor of
, Daniel Johnson
Ruth R. Wisse and Jack Wertheimer
ONLINE ONLY: The Israel Scapegoat
Even in the midst of Arab revolt, media outlets around the world — including many in Britain — give credence to anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
ONLINE ONLY: Tackling the Islamist Threat to UK Jews
Reproduced in full — and not yet available via any of the Government or Conservative Party's websites — David Cameron's speech to the Community Security Trust on March 2
ONLINE ONLY: A Key Truth and a Broken Promise
The biased historiography of Channel 4's mini-series
is just one recent example of innumerable and programmatic efforts to demonise Israel
The Tyrants’ Excuse
‘Europe bought into the tyrants’ excuse: that lack of Palestinian independence, not of Arab freedom, was the cause of Middle East extremism’
Points East & West
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above