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David Bensoussan: Isaïe – Lecture commentée

By David Bensoussan: Isaïe – Lecture commentée | September 19, 2014 | Jewish History | More About: Judaism, Book review

Isaïe – Lecture commentée David Bensoussan, Le livre d’Isaïe, lecture commentée, Les Éditions Du Lys ISBN  978-2-922505-24-5  & Les Éditions du Marais, ISBN  978-2-923721-52-1, 278 p., 2014.  

Daniel Pipes: Hello, Kurdistan

By Daniel Pipes: Hello, Kurdistan | September 11, 2014 | MIDDLE EAST | More About: Syria, Iraq, Kurdistan

Before welcoming the emerging state of Kurdistan in northern Iraq, I confess to having opposed its independence in the past.

Asaf Romirowsky and Nicole Brackman: United Nations Agency Exposed as a Tool for Hamas

By Asaf Romirowsky and Nicole Brackman: United Nations Agency Exposed as a Tool for Hamas | September 5, 2014 | UNITED NATIONS | More About: Hamas

After a shelling outside an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees school in Rafah where at least 10 more Palestinian civilians were tragically killed, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki came out with a harsh statement, saying that "the United States is appalled by today's disgraceful shelling” and urging Israel to do more to "avoid civilian casual

Frederick Krantz: OBAMA, IRAQ, AND SYRIA—BACK TO “BOOTS ON THE GROUND”?

By Prof. Frederick Krantz, DirectorProf. Frederick Krantz, Director | September 1, 2014 | UNITED STATES | More About: Barack Obama, Syria, Iraq, Kurds

These are portentous days in the global village. Having fiddled while Mosul burned, Barack Obama’s studied foreign policy passivity was finally shattered by TV scenes of tens of thousands of Yazidi sect members fleeing genocide at the hands of advancing Islamic State murderers marching through their villages towards the key Kurdish town of Irbil.   

Paul Merkley: The Death Knell Sounds for the Christians of Iraq

By Paul Merkley: The Death Knell Sounds for the Christians of Iraq | August 22, 2014 | Christian- Muslim Relations | More About: Kurds

In just a few weeks the government of Iraq lost control of most of Western Iraq and Northern Iraq.

Frederick Krantz: Address to the Jewish People

By Prof. Frederick Krantz, DirectorProf. Frederick Krantz, Director | August 20, 2014 | Israel Security

On August 20, 1940 Winston Churchill, Great Britain's new Prime Minister, addressing Parliament as the desperate Battle of Britain continued, with the final victory of the RAF over the Luftwaffe's assault against  England still in the balance, said of Fighter Command, "Never on the field of human conflict has so much been owed by so many to so few". 

Alexander Joffe and Asaf Romirowsky: Stop Giving Money to the U.N.'s Relief Agency for Palestinians

By Alexander Joffe and Asaf Romirowsky: Stop Giving Money to the U.N.'s Relief Agency for Palestinians | August 20, 2014 | UNITED NATIONS | More About: Gaza, Hamas, Israel

When Hamas fires its last rocket and Israel drops its last bomb, the extent of Gaza’s devastation will become clear. An early estimate is that some $5 billion will be necessary to rebuild residences and infrastructure destroyed in the recent conflict. The first step is to take United Nations Relief and Works Agency out of the equation.  

Erol Araf: La FONATINE IN THE "ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF BRADFORD."

By Erol Araf: La FONATINE IN THE "ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF BRADFORD." | August 19, 2014 | BRITAIN | More About: Islamic Fundamentalism, islamic antisemitism

La FONATINE IN THE "ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF BRADFORD."  

Steven Emerson: Who watches the watchers?

By Steven Emerson: Who watches the watchers? | August 18, 2014 | ISRAEL | More About: Gaza, Media Bias, anti-Israel media bias

As is the historical pattern concerning Israel,  last week began the growing tsunami of groups - representing the United Nations, The Hague, the European Union, human rights groups, and other non-governmental organizations - announcing their intention to “investigate and review” the military actions under taken by Israel and Hamas during the past five weeks to determine if &ldq

David Bensoussan: Middle East Media Stereotypes

By David Bensoussan: Middle East Media Stereotypes | August 12, 2014 | ISRAEL | More About: Gaza, Hamas, anti-Israel media bias

The plethora of articles which are written on the Middle East conflict is disproportionate relative to all other conflicts all over the world. The Economist noted that there were more journalists dispatched to Israel than all of Asia and Africa combined.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Prof. Frederick Krantz, Director Prof. Frederick Krantz, Director (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research)

Rob Coles (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research) Rob Coles (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research)

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