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How cultural appropriation became good for the Jews

Posted on 06/22/2017 | Category: Latest News

From Religion News: I used to love watching Dana Carvey as the Church Lady on Saturday Night Live. I loved his parody of the smugness, self-righteousness and ideological assurance that is typical of the religious and cultural right. It is true of the cultural left, as well. Especially in the area of identity politics. It is time to talk about the issue of cultural appropriation... Read More

Turkey bid for Temple Mount takeover alerts MKs

Posted on 06/22/2017 | Category: Radical Islam

From Israel Hayom: “Once again we are seeing a clear example of the danger posed by foreign governments’ interfering with what is happening in Israel,” lawmakers say after learning of Turkey’s efforts to position itself as a Muslim power in Jerusalem via massive donations. Israeli lawmakers expressed serious concern Wednesday over Turkey’s concerte... Read More

Lebanon: Using NGOs as a front for Hezbollah terror

Posted on 06/22/2017 | Category: Wisdom on current events

From the Conservative Review: The state of Israel has produced an intelligence report claiming that a Lebanon-based environmental NGO is actually a front group for the Hezbollah terrorist organization. Hezbollah, the U.S.-designated terrorist organization that controls most of southern Lebanon, is a proxy group subservient to the regime in Iran. Hezbollah has long called for th... Read More


Posted on 06/22/2017 | Category: BDS News

From The Jerusalem Post: The Islamic Republic’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei makes remarks day before Iran marks then anti-Israel ‘Al Quds day.’ Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has lashed out at Israel in a deluge of rhetoric against the Jewish state ahead of the Iranian-initiated ‘Al Quds day,’ which protests Israel’s existence.... Read More

‘Joseph’ Musical Removes ‘Israel’ From Its Lyrics

Posted on 06/21/2017 | Category: BDS News

From The Daily Wire: Most of us are familiar with the Biblical story of Joseph and his multicolored coat, which his father, Jacob, made for him as a sign of his favor. Joseph’s brothers became jealous, threw him into a pit, and then sold him as a slave, and Joseph ended up in Egypt, eventually becoming second-in-command to Pharaoh himself. When the brothers eventually travele... Read More

California: Lawsuit alleges hostile environment for Jews on San Francisco State campus

Posted on 06/20/2017 | Category: BDS News

From The Los Angeles Times: Students and Jewish community members filed a lawsuit Monday against San Francisco State University and Cal State’s board of trustees, alleging that the San Francisco campus of the country’s largest public university system has long cultivated a hostile environment in which Jewish students are “often afraid to wear Stars of David or yarmulkes o... Read More

Washington, D.C.: Israel trip calms some D.C. tensions

Posted on 06/20/2017 | Category: BDS News

From Politico: The 16 American political and Washington operatives traveled the entire country from the border of Lebanon to the Gaza Strip and also spent time in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. A number of former top Trump campaign officials and prominent Democrats say that their trip last week to Israel helped them dial down the bitter partisanship of current-day Washington. Trump ca... Read More


Posted on 06/20/2017 | Category: Latest News

From The Jerusalem Post: Thirty-four countries stood up to speak during the debate on Monday at the 35th session in Geneva, but none of them represented Western countries, save for South Africa. Europe has skipped the United Nations Human Rights Council’s mandated debate against Israel, known as Agenda Item 7, which is held at every session. Thirty-four countries stood up to ... Read More

Teen raises $15,000 to send Holocaust survivor to Israel

Posted on 06/20/2017 | Category: In Support of Israel

From The Daily Mail: A Southern California teen raised about $15,000 to send an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor to Israel so the man can meet his last living relative and finally receive his bar mitzvah, according to a newspaper report Monday. Drew Principe, 17, said he came up with the idea for a fundraiser after meeting Henry Oster during a school assembly in January. Oster to... Read More


Posted on 06/20/2017 | Category: Iran

From The Jerusalem Post: That Iran would verbally threaten ISIS, Saudi Arabia, the US and Israel is not new. That it would launch six Zolfaghar ballistic missiles more than 600 kilometers into another country is. Although Iran’s ballistic missiles hit ISIS in Syria on Sunday, the audience for the strike explicitly included the US and Saudi Arabia and, implicitly, Israel. Rece... Read More