The Princeton humanities syllabus for next term’s course includes a book written by a passionate advocate of BDS, Prof. Jasbir Puar, who’s been claiming Israel has been harvesting the organs of Palestinians for years.
By Daniel Edelson, New York
Princeton University has included in a syllabus for a fall semester course: Decolonizing Trauma Studies from the Global South, a book written by Jsbir Puar called The Healing Humanities: The Right to Maim in which she claims the IDF was harvesting the organs of Palestinians.
In the summary of the book on which the course is based, Israel is allegedly “supplementing its right to kill with the right to maim.” Continue Reading »
Israel’s new stealth aircraft dubbed ‘Oron’, is designed for large area intelligence gathering with advanced optical capabilities, large-scale sensors, listening capabilities as well as unique, cutting-edge AI technologies.
– WATCH video clip.
Yoav Zitun, Paris
Just months before it becomes operational, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) and the Israel Aerospace Industries on Wednesday presented the new Israeli stealth jet, “MARS2 ELI-3150” at the Air Show in Paris.
The new mission aircraft of the IAF is currently in the advanced stages of implementation in the Nahshon Squadron at the Nevatim Airbase and will be dubbed “Oron. It will join the two existing mission aircraft, the Haitam, and the Shavit. Continue Reading »
Robert F Kennedy Jr. stirs up a firestorm following his tweet praising Roger Waters, then backpedals with other tweets, before deleting them all…without a word.
By Phillip Pasmanick
With all the controversy currently surrounding Roger Waters during his concerts in Germany, the outspoken anti-Israel and propagator of antisemitic concert props, the rocker admitted to being “Blown Away” after reading a Tweet sent to him from Presidential Democrat candidate, Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Screenshot taken prior to it’s being Deleted by Author – IsraelandStuff
Following our Tweet to express our disappointment of his association with, and praise of the generally recognized antisemite, hordes of similar Tweets were flooding his Tweeter feed. Continue Reading »
The systemic, biased reactions of U.N. officials & the global corporate media that propagates attacks on Israelis are rooted in the leftist misconceptions about Zionism.
By JONATHAN S. TOBIN
Anger at the U.N.’s “Special Rapporteur for the Palestinian Territories” Francesca Albanese for her outrageous slanders of Israel is more than justified. So is frustration and outrage about biased coverage of the Middle East in leading corporate media outlets like CNNand The New York Times of a string of deadly Palestinian terror attacks as well as recent events on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
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The IDF’s Home Front Command has placed all communities within 40 km of Gaza under strict security restrictions.
By TZVI JOFFRE
The IDF assassinated a number of senior officials in the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terrorist movement in airstrikes in the Gaza Strip early Tuesday morning, including the commander of the al-Quds Brigades in the northern Gaza Strip, an official responsible for terrorist activities in the West Bank and a military secretary in the movement.
IAF surgical air-strike sets penthouse ablaze in Gaza. May 9, 2023 – Photo: MOHAMMED SALEM/REUTERS
At least nine Palestinians were killed in the strikes, according to Palestinian reports, with a number of sites in Gaza City and Khan Yunis targeted, among other locations. Continue Reading »
Israeli strikes in Gaza focused mostly on Hamas’ weapons factories, missile launching capabilities, Hamas’ naval operational headquarters and their underground tunnels.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
A total of 105 rockets were fired into Israel between Tuesday and Wednesday, most by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad with some minor participation from Hamas, the IDF confirmed on Wednesday morning.
In response, Israel countered with approximately 16 airstrikes, mostly on Hamas positions, to hold the group responsible for what occurs in Gaza.
IDF Spokesman Brig.-Gen. Daniel Hagari said that despite an apparent ceasefire starting around 5:30 a.m. “all options are on the table” should any Palestinian group fire additional rockets at Israel. Continue Reading »
14 Democratic lawmakers urge the Biden White House to undertake a fundamental change in American policy on military aid to the Jewish state.
A group of 14 Democratic lawmakers on Thursday urged the Biden Administration to undertake a fundamental change in its approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib (MI), Ilhan Omar (MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY)and Ayanna Pressley (MA) held a press conference on Monday 15 July 2019 to respond to President Donald Trump’s criticism of them. – Screenshot/ YouTube
In a letter addressed to President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, the group led by Representative Jamaal Bowman and Senator Bernie Sanders calls on the leaders to “undertake a change in American policy in recognition of the aggravation of violence, the continuation of the annexation of land and the denial of Palestinian rights”. Continue Reading »
The current US administration is financing the Israeli left’s campaign to obstruct the will of Israel’s voters.
By Caroline Glick
(JNS) The Movement for Quality Government (MQG) in Israel is the far-left organization at the epicenter of the Israeli left’s war against the Netanyahu government. MQG began its current campaign of delegitimization, subversion and demonization immediately after the Netanyahu government was sworn into office on Dec. 29. The next day, MQG petitioned the Supreme Court to prevent Shas leader Aryeh Deri from serving as a minister in the government.
Supreme Court of Israel – Photo: Israel’s Ministry of Tourism
There was no legal basis for the petition. Continue Reading »
Operation Olive Branch is underway as Israel’s 150 trained IDF recusers are in Turkey. This is Israel’s 31th humanitarian mission in the past 40 years.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
150 IDF rescue personnel took off for Turkey to assist with the earthquake disaster response as part of Operation Olive Branch.
IDF Home Front Command foreign rescue chief Col. Golan Voch told a briefing of military reporters on Monday night, “We are ready to leave in the coming hours. We are a special small rescue staff of 150 specialists.”
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A box of equipment being sent by the IDF as part of Operation Olive Branch to provide aid to Turkey following a deadly earthquake, on February 6, 2023.-
Still affectionately known as “Captain Ella,” Maj. Ella Waweya, 33 of Qalansawe felt she had to conceal her service from her family when she first volunteered for the IDF.
BY ETGAR LEFKOVITS
She is a Muslim Arab woman.
She’s an iconoclast and a pioneer.
An army officer who has received both the President’s Award of Excellence and that of the minister of defense, she is the first Muslim Arab woman to publicly become a major in the IDF.
Receiving the IDF’s Award of Excellence from the Minister of Defense, Benny Gantz. – Photo: Courtesy of the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit
Captain Ella’s unconventional life journey begins in the central Israeli city of Qalansawe, located east of Netanya, where virtually all the residents are Muslim Arabs. Continue Reading »
Following 4 years of work, Mekorot launches the world’s rarest water project, the pumping of desalinated water from the Mediterranean to the Sea of Galilee. The project will help to maintain the ecological balance of Israel’s only freshwater lake, the ability to serve the needs of the agriculture industries, as well as Israel’s committed delivery of fresh water to Jordan.
By Noa Fisher
Israel’s national water management company, Mekorot, along with the Israeli Water Authority will lead the project to create a system to transfer water from the Mediterranean Sea, desalinate it and pump it into Israel’s only freshwater lake. Continue Reading »
Developed by Israel, the Amir Multi-purpose 4×4 MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) armored vehicle, was photographed in the Ukraine.
By ROMAN MEITAV
Israeli-made Gaia Amir MRAP armored vehicles were claimed to have been spotted near Kherson in service of the Ukrainian army, according to unconfirmed reports and photos published on social media on Friday.
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Kanye West goes on to tweet that he can’t be antisemitic, “because black people are actually Jews also.”
By MICHAEL STARR
American rapper Kanye West threatened Jewish people about a supposed conflict with him over a Jewish agenda and said that he couldn’t be antisemitic because black people are Jews also, in a now-removed tweet on Sunday morning.
Screenshot taken before its removal by Twitter
West, who had been largely inactive on Twitter until recently, shared a screenshot of a Forbes article relating how he had migrated to the social media platform from Instagram, which had restricted his account over apparent antisemitic remarks. Continue Reading »
Following threats from Hezbollah’s chief Hassan Nasrallah, Israel’s interim PM Lapid and his Defense Minister Benny Gantz are bragging about signing a ‘protection deal’ with the Americans.
Caroline Glick’s – Israel’s Devastating Capitulation to Hezbollah
(JNS) It is almost impossible to grasp the danger of Israel’s present moment.
A month before the Knesset elections, the caretaker government led by Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Defense Minister Benny Gantz is moving full speed ahead with a maritime agreement with an enemy state that it insists will obligate Israel in perpetuity. The Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) agreement Israel is concluding with Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon will fundamentally alter Israel’s maritime borders, deny the Jewish state tens of billions of dollars, which will go instead to a government controlled by Iran’s Lebanese foreign legion, Hezbollah, and transform Hezbollah and Iran into actors in the eastern Mediterranean. Continue Reading »
Sweet 6 yr-old Phylis misses first day of first grade to travel all the way from Zambia to Wolfson Medical Center just outside of Tel Aviv, for lifesaving surgery courtesy of Save a Child’s Heart.
Over two million Israeli students returned to school on September 1, including thousands of excited children entering first grade and attending school for the first time.
But one child who won’t get to begin first grade with her friends is Phylis, a sweet six-year-old girl who came to Israel from Zambia to receive lifesaving surgery for a heart defect unexpectedly discovered two years ago. Continue Reading »