Doolittle’s Raiders, 1942

  The Raid- On a cold, wet miserable grey morning on April 18, 1942, 600 miles from the Japanese coast, five months after Pearl Harbor, sixteen B-25 bombers, each with a crew of five, took off from the U.S.S Hornet with the intention of bombing the mainland of Japan. The wind blowing hard created a…

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Israel’s star wars defense about to become reality

Israel is in a race against time as it  works toward defending their population of over eight million people from the growing Jihadist threats from Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon and most recently Syria.  In its desperation the Jewish State is inventing, testing and deploying some of the most advanced weaponry the world has ever…

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Getting burned on the Jewish Left

Remember this? The 2012 Democratic National convention the pro Israel delegation, almost entirely Jewish, put forth as a platform amendment that Jerusalem be recognized as the capital of Israel. Needing a 2/3 oral vote from the convention floor they clearly did not have it. In fact, listening to it, it sounds like a majority does…

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State of the Union and the Middle East, 2015

I was thinking of writing something about Obama’s Middle East policy after his speech last night. But, he hardly even mentioned it, which is in perfect character with his interest in Islam, its problems, the Arab Israeli conflict, its problems, and with Iran. He made it seem everything was just fine. For a transcript of…

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Joan Peters “From Time Immemorial”

Joan Peters, author of the 1980s revelatory study, “From Time Immemorial,” an essential piece of work for any Zionist or Zionist supporter, died recently at the age of 78. If you are pro Israel and you have not read her book, go now and buy it. You will be vindicated for every defense you have…

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Islam’s bloody borders

Twenty-two years ago, a Harvard geo-political scientist published an article in Foreign Affairs Magazine and touched off a debate among theorists in the field as to the direction the world would take now that the Soviet Union had dissolved. Samuel Huntington was a man of letters who turned the scholarly world upside down with his…

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What to do about Jihad in the west

  The terrorist attack leaving twelve innocent people dead in Paris this week, has compounded the already growing movement of Europeans to somehow find a solution to their Muslim problem that isn’t necessarily ruling out counter violence against the Muslim communities. These groups have been labeled “right wing” but that is incorrect. Labeling something “right…

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The emergence of modern Hebrew

    Unless you have gone through the Israeli state school system the name Eliezer Ben Yehuda probably means nothing to you. But, Eliezer Ben Yehuda, more than anyone else carried the mantle for reestablishing the Hebrew language as a modern 20th century tongue no less than the Zionist movement re established the ancient homeland…

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Fatah’s Fifty years of terror, brutality and murder

Traveling around the internet the last few days, the Palestinian Authority (PA) recognizing in glorious terms the 50th anniversary of Fatah’s first terrorist attack inside Israel. Revolting images of Jewish skulls, from a Palestinian point of view, a hopeful sign for the future,  does not press upon the fact that most terror attacks led by…

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Israel 1948: The Lino Affair and Operation Pirate

  Back when the Israeli Palestinian conflict was still the Arab Israeli conflict, Arab states sought weapons to kill off any possibility that Zionism could succeed. The Jews in retaliation did everything they could to prevent that from happening. The most crucial moment of that history were the months leading up to the Jews declaring…

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