Jewish fighters in the North African desert during World War II

England’s empire at the start of World War II consisted of the Commonwealth, dominions, colonies and mandated territories such as Palestine and Transjordan. One quarter of the world’s population was part of her empire and covered over 30% of the earth’s land mass. England marshaled all of it during the war to help bring about…

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Islamic anti-Semitism in America

I put a statement on my Facebook page recently that declared the three most elite groups that make up the Democratic Party are also the three most anti-Semitic groups in American society. Basically my post read: “The most anti-Semitic group in America—Muslims. The second most Jew hating group in America—The African American community. And, the…

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Can Jews help Germany with its Islamic problem?

  Gatestone institute has published a day by day account of the problems of Muslim immigration in the first month of 2017. Here is the article if you want to read it for yourself. Since late 2014 the government of Angela Merkel has brought in more than a million new immigrants from the Middle East,…

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Review: Septembers of Shiraz

In 1979 the world changed for the worst. Shi’ite Muslims in Iran over threw their government to install the first Jihad prone government in the Muslim world. Most westerners, American and otherwise had never heard the word Jihad before. But, starting with Iran it would become a household word in the years to come. Since…

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Review: In the Heart of the Sea

In my opinion next to Steven Spielberg, probably the best director of this generation would have to be Ron Howard. The man has proven himself over and over again, with compelling story lines and excellent film craft, “Apollo 13,” “Backdraft,” “A Beautiful Mind,” and others in this top notch portfolio of successes. Howard also takes…

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Review: The Naked Prey

Late in the film he comes across a rather peaceful and more advanced village in which he witnesses an attack by Muslim slavers. “The Naked Prey” made in 1965, was a vehicle for Cornel Wilde, who directed, produced and starred in the movie. One of the quintessential creative conceptual movies of the last half of…

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Review: Dracula Untold

If you have read any of my other reviews you know that I am extremely critical of Hollywood for not having the courage to use Islam anytime the plot requires a foreign enemy, even when it is entirely justified in doing so. Tom Clancy’s “ The Sum of all fears, for example. Instead of using…

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Review: The Lion’s Gate: on the Front Lines of the Six Day War

Avi Shlaim a Marxist historian at Oxford in England has said about the 1948 Israel War of Independence, one of his favorite writing subjects: Most of the voluminous literature on the war was written not by professional historians but by participants, by politicians, soldiers, official historians, and a large host of sympathetic chroniclers, journalists, biographers,…

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Review: American Odessey

“American Odyssey,” a recent Hollywood creation profiling death, murder, political and military intrigue was released late in the spring of 2015 and played on NBC for thirteen episodes from April 5- June 28th 2015. Currently you can see the entire season on Netflix. The best I can say about this series is that Hollywood is…

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The Marxist “New Historians” of Israeli History and the 1948 war

  The Marxist left has a tactic which takes a postmodern approach to the pre modernist era, judging earlier geopolitical events by 21st century standards. This is not unusual; most Left wing intellectuals use this tactic to formulate an accusational narrative against modern western nations and their histories. Nowhere is this strategy of Left wing…

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