Nakba Day Hebron

The term 'Nakba,' originally coined to describe the magnitude of the self-inflicted Arab defeat in the 1948 war, has become a synonym for Palestinian victimhood.

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Anti-Israel demonstration

To describe Israel as an apartheid state is mendacity of enormous magnitude, a lie that minimizes the pain and degradation that was Apartheid South Africa.

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Hamas rocket

The art of abdicating responsibility for the firing of rockets into Israel reached a new level that only be described as something out of a Monty Python sketch.

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J Street

Imagine the shock J Street’s Birthwrong students will experience when they visit the PA-ruled areas and, lo and behold, there are no 'Israeli occupiers' in sight.

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Roosevelt

FDR pledged “the abrogation of all laws and decrees inspired by Nazi governments or Nazi ideologists.” But his public rhetoric apparently didn't express his private feelings.

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Damascus Gate, Jerusalem, 1912.

Why was it, wondered Walid Shoebat from Bethlehem, that 'on June 4th 1967 I was a Jordanian and overnight I became a Palestinian.'

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