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– Responding to a The New York Times columnist, Bill Maher hits back after Israel is falsely accused of ‘apartheid’ and ‘war crimes,’ with a dash of reality, saying, ‘Hamas’s charter just says they want to wipe out Israel.’
Arutz Sheva Staff
“Real Time” host Bill Maher on Friday night defended Israel’s actions during the recent Operation Guardian of the Walls, Fox News reported.
“One of the frustrations I had while I was off is that I was watching this war go on in Israel … and it was frustrating to me because there was no one on liberal media to defend Israel, really,” Maher, 65, said at a panel discussion. Continue Reading »
Saudi journalist exposes backstory on Jordan and its sidekick, the Palestinian Authority: “Both have benefited from the Arab-Israeli conflict. While Palestinian children die to become “martyrs,” Jordan’s king cruises the Mediterranean in his yacht and Abbas’ sons are likely to be found vacationing in Nova Scotia.”
By Abdul Hameed Al-Ghabin
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has taken a very open stance of seeking better ties to the Jewish people and to Israel. Some call this “normalization.” I call it plain common sense.
To begin, Saudi Arabia has always been a force for stability. We have always sought peace, not war. Continue Reading »
Muslim leaders met yesterday at the Samaria Regional Council to celebrate Iftar and Lag Ba’Omer saying, ‘Many of us pray for Israeli sovereignty and to Stop the Palestinian Authority’s terrorist path.’
By Mordechai Sones
Arab and Muslim leaders yesterday arrived at the offices of the Samaria Regional Council to celebrate Iftar and Lag Ba’omer together with Council head Yossi Dagan.
Among those in attendance were Sheikh Abu Khalil Tamimi of Ramallah, Mohammed Massad of Jenin, Sara Zoabi as well as other leaders who preferred to hide their identities for fear of their lives.
Dagan and the Muslims discussed the Deal of the Century’s impact on the region, eradicating terror and incitement to violence, and discussed with them ways to maintain peace and economic and social cooperation. Continue Reading »
Mixing Apples & Oranges: An Israeli left-wing campaign video focuses on the unquestioned trust by all of Israel with their Arab health officials, in virtually all levels in every hospital throughout Israel, but conveniently ignores the real issues at hand about their political leaders, some of whom have applauded, even assisted terrorists.
By Israel Today Staff
A viral video campaign is asking Israeli Jews to trust their Arab countrymen in politics the same as they trust them in health care.
The “Partners in Fate; Partners in Government” video has been viewed nearly 2 million times in Hebrew. The 55-second clip features a series of Israeli Arab doctors and nurses, noting that they, alongside their Jewish colleagues, have won the praise of the entire nation during the battle against the coronavirus. Continue Reading »
As soon as one stops listening to the Palestinian leaders and the instigators paid & indoctrinated by Abbas or Hamas to maintain the confrontation, you will hear more and more Palestinians say they simply can’t, prefer not to, live without Israel.
By Ryan Jones
It is widely assumed that a Palestinian state will not only benefit the Palestinian Arabs, but is crucial to their future as a “people.”
But, as legendary Hollywood producer Jerry Belson wrote for an episode of Odd Couple back in the 1970s, “Never ASSUME, because when you ASSUME, you make an ASS of U and ME.” Continue Reading »
‘Israel is stronger and more stable than the Arab states on almost every front. If Arab states followed the Jewish state’s example, then we, too, would become prosperous like America and Europe.’
– Arabs Have Everything to Gain from Normalization with Israel By Rami Dabbas
As an Arab activist and writer, I call on the Arab world to normalize relations with Israel, a move that would be almost entirely to our benefit alone. Israel would gain very little from this in practical terms, while Arabs stand to gain tremendously.
The State of Israel is stronger and more stable than the Arab states on almost all fronts. Continue Reading »
Analysis: It’s not just a political issue. Sadly, it’s embedded into ‘Palestinian culture’ and it’s not new. Arabs have been murdering Jews long before Israel gained independence, continuing on for decades, even before the first ‘settlement’, and still, the Palestinian propensity to rejoice and celebrate the murder of Israeli citizens forces one to look more closely at the Palestinian narrative.
By Steve Frank, JNS
Last week, 18-year-old yeshiva student Dvir Sorek was found stabbed to death near his village of Migdal Oz in Judea and Samaria. Sorek had gone to Jerusalem to buy books for his teacher as an end-of-year present and was returning home when he was apparently targeted by Palestinian terrorists. Continue Reading »
Op-Ed: Chile has the largest Palestinian Arab community outside the Middle East – 500,000 out of nearly 18 million – where they have prospered & successfully integrated into all avenues of society, yet 2.5 million of their mid-east brethren, destined to be manipulated, exploited and punished to yet another generation of indoctrination, suffer as puppets to their kleptocratic leaders, who perpetuate the status quo for their personal self-enrichment and that of their families.
By Ron Jontof-Hutter
Palestinian Arabs are constantly urged by their leaders to engage in rage. Indeed, Abbas walked out of the UNSC meeting, not bothering to hear Ambassador Haley’s speech. Continue Reading »
The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, found that a mere 26% of Palestinian Arabs support efforts to establish a peace deal with Israel, while most prefer continuing its “armed struggle,” the cynical euphemism for murdering Jews.
By David Rosenberg
A plurality of Palestinian Arabs support terror attacks against Israelis Jews, while only about a quarter say they support negotiations to resolve the conflict, a new poll shows.
According to the results of a survey released Thursday by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, nearly 40% of Arab residents of Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip backed the use of violence against Israelis – called by the euphemism “armed struggle” for the purposes of the poll. Continue Reading »
Palestinian official boasted in Istanbul that Hamas had succeeded in transforming the “resistance” – code for ‘anti-Israel terrorist violence’, into a mainstream phenomenon, and called this a “source of pride” for all Palestinians.
By Israel Today Staff
A spokesman for Hamas reiterated on Wednesday that the terror group that rules the Gaza Strip would never recognize Israel’s right to exist, a firm prerequisite for peace.
Sami Abu Zuhri insisted that Hamas would remain true to its principles and work for the realization of national reconciliation and unify the Palestinian people in service to their agenda of “liberating” every last inch of the Holy Land. Continue Reading »
In yet another leaked recording, US President Trump’s son-in-law is caught saying, “There may be no solution, but it’s one of the problem sets that the president asked us to focus on. So we’re going to focus on it and try to come to the right conclusion.”
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior advisor of US President Donald Trump, has expressed doubt the American administration could find a “unique” solution that would lead to peace between Israel and the Palestinians, according to an audio recording leaked to WIRED magazine.
While speaking to congressional interns in Washington on Monday, Kushner was asked how he plans to negotiate peace between Israel and the Palestinians and how he plans to succeed where others have failed. Continue Reading »
The New State Solution: The “ultimate deal” for peace, may be feasible: The White House with Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Israel have a plan that would see Gaza’s population, alongside millions of Palestinian refugees, in a sovereign, thriving Palestinian state of ‘Greater Gaza’, that includes increasing its size 5 fold into the Sinai.
Israel and Stuff would ordinarily not use Al Jazeera as a news source, due to
its saturation of propaganda embedded into its reports. This article however,
appears to be genuine as the theme is an accumulation of already published
material in Israel and abroad.
By Jonathan Cook
Gaza has been the focus of intense talks behind closed doors in recent weeks as disquiet has risen among Arab states at the humanitarian crisis unfolding in the coastal enclave. Continue Reading »
Pediatric nurse at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem volunteers to tend to 9-month-old Arab child from Hebron, after father killed and mother seriously injured in a car accident.
By Yael Freidson
During an entire shift in the pediatric emergency room at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem, nurse Ula Ostrowski-Zack nursed a nine-month-old Palestinian baby from Hebron whose mother was seriously injured and his father killed in a car accident.
“His aunts were surprised that a Jew agreed to breastfeed him, but I told them that every mother would do it,” she said.
Hadassah Hospital Nurse Ostrowski-Zack, with baby Yaman – courtesy via Ynet
On Friday, Yaman’s parents collided head-on with an armored bus on Route 60. Continue Reading »
REPORT: The community center in the Christian-Arab town of Beit Jala near Jerusalem has come under attack by BDS activists for ‘holding joint yoga sessions between Arabs and Israelis.’
By Tal Polon
An Arab community center has itself become the target of the BDS movement for holding joint activities with Israelis.
0404 reported that a community center in the Christian-Arab town of Beit Jala near Jerusalem became an object of rage for BDS activists, who claimed that the center had held joint sports activities for Israelis and Arabs.
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BDS causing havoc to Palestinian families for political gains – 600 Palestinian workers were fired when SodaStream relocated factory due to BDS demonstrations.
After a year working and living in Israel as a journalist covering the conflict with the Palestinians, New England born & raised Hunter Stuart was forced to rethink his positions after seeing first-hand the truth about the conflict.
A View From The Frontlines, By Hunter Stuart
IN THE summer of 2015, just three days after I moved to Israel for a year-and-a-half stint freelance reporting in the region, I wrote down my feelings about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A friend of mine in New York had mentioned that it would be interesting to see if living in Israel would change the way I felt. Continue Reading »