While Queen Rania of Jordan was skeptical of the reports questioning Hamas’ barbarity, Dr. Qanta A. Ahmed, a Muslim British-American, practicing physician and women’s rights activist, came to Israel to see for herself if the reports were true. “I saw the children [plural] Hamas beheaded with my own eyes.”
I was in scrubs from the wet morgue at Abu Kabir when I learned Queen Rania of Jordan questioned whether Israeli children had verifiably been killed by Hamas on October 7. Hugely appealing to the West, ranked among Forbes’s 100 most powerful women, among the top ten most followed international leaders on Instagram, dressed routinely by Valentino, Schiaparelli and Dior, and of Palestinian origin (her family is from the West Bank’s Nablus), Queen Rania is undeniably a global icon. Continue Reading »
‘Jeopardy!’ host Mayim Bialik questions motives of ‘progressive feminists’ over their silence on Hamas’ Oct. 7 gruesome rapes & carnage
!!Warning!! – The report below contains text & a video recording, each depicting graphic scenes and descriptions of sexual violence & carnage during the horrific invasion by Hamas into Israel on Oct. 7.
“Jeopardy!” co-host Mayim Bialik slammed women’s organizations around the world for their silence over Hamas’ alleged systemic rapes of Israeli women during the terrorists’ deadly Oct. 7 attack.
The Jewish actress and talk show host called out the deafening silence over the gender-based abuse of Israeli women — a war crime — on social media last Saturday. Continue Reading »
The 18-month-old child of the Hebron massacre was spared only because he was covered by the corpses of his parents.
By: Lori Lowenthal Marcus
In 1929, after years of relatively peaceful existence, the Arabs of Hebron responded to the call of the Mufti of Jerusalem and slaughtered the Jews in their midst.
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From top-left, clockwise: Shlomo, son of Eliezer Dan Slonim, aged 1, survives with wounds to his finger and forehead; The Holy Ark of the Sephardi Synagogue of Abraham is ransacked; A survivor reflecting in the aftermath of the slaughter; Family Kolstein recover from their injuries.
Bottom: Memorials to murdered rabbinical students in the old Jewish cemetery.
Local residents hope for formal apology as President Rivlin becomes 1st sitting Israeli president to attend & participate at Kafr Qasimin’s annual massacre ceremony.
By Hassan Shaalan
Reuven Rivlin became the first sitting Israeli president on Sunday to participate in an annual ceremony marking the Kafr Qasim massacre. “It was an atrocious massacre. A severe crime was perpetrated here. It is a dark and irregular episode in the relations between us, the Jews and Arabs who live here.”
President Rivlin speaks at anniversary ceremony – Photo: Hassan Shaalan
President Rivlin emphasized the importance of preserving positive ties between Arabs and Jews in Israel. Continue Reading »