Op-ed. The shameful tolerance for violence against Jews is horribly indisputable, as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and fellow Democrat leaders disappear into silence.
By Larry Gordon
No matter how it is spun, in the world at large the Jewish people are stuck in a conundrum that has us determined to win, but not to win by too much.
This debate or conflicted approach to the recent battle between Israel and Hamas has once again the matter of Israel’s strength and military superiority. As absurd as it is on its surface a great deal of the recent debate revolved around the issue as to whether Israel has the right to defend itself. Continue Reading »
Fans of Bedouin Tel Sheva joined their teammates on soccer field to brutally beat referee and the Jewish players from Hapoel Merhavim after a goal was scored that they didn’t like.
By Gil Ronen
Players and fans of the youth soccer team of the Negev Bedouin town of Tel Sheva turned a game between their team and Hapoel Merhavim into a violent nightmare Thursday.
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The game was sportive as long as the Arab team led 1-0. The trouble began when Merhavim evened the score in a free kick. A Tel Sheva player did not like this turn of events, and struck the referee in the head.
The Islamic Movement‘s northern branch needs to be outlawed for openly undermining the sovereignty of the State of Israel, while cynically exploiting the institutions & basic values of a Jewish and democratic country.
By Yuval Karni
With the opening of the Knesset’s winter session on Monday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has instructed Yisrael Beiteinu MK Alex Miller to push a bill proposal meant to outlaw the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel.
Sheikh Raed Salah (right), leader of the Islamic Movement’s northern branch, escorted (03/04/2014) to begin his 8 months in prison for inciting to violence in a 2007 speech – REUTERS
The proposal, submitted on Monday, noted that: “Recently, we’ve witnessed the strengthening of radical Islam in our region, spreading a lot of death and destruction while demolishing the rule of law. Continue Reading »
Police have charged 3 people over an anti-Semitic attack in the Sydney’s eastern suburbs. A man in his 60’s was seriously injured.
By Arutz Sheva
Police charged three people Saturday over an anti-Semitic attack in Sydney’s eastern suburbs that left one man seriously injured.
Beach line at Bondi- Photo: Reuters
Four men and a woman were walking on Blair Street, Bondi, at about 12:30 AM Saturday, on their way home from a Sabbath eve meal, when a group of about eight young men began yelling anti-Semitic insults at them, and then attacked them.
The five suffered injuries including a fractured cheekbone, broken nose, concussion, lacerations and bruising. Continue Reading »
Two Jews were suddenly attacked on the streets as they walked to their synagogue on Saturday.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Anti-Semitism continues to plague France. According to local media outlets in Lyon, two Jewish residents of the city were attacked Saturday as they walked to a local synagogue.
Attack on Hassidim (illustrative) – Screenshot
The two were attacked by three men of Arab origin in an unprovoked, sudden assault.
The two Jews shouted for help. Neighbors began to arrive at the scene, and the attackers fled.
Police arrived as well, and began to investigate. They discovered that the attack had been captured on film by security cameras at a nearby store. Continue Reading »
The latest attack, this time on a Jewish woman in the Negev, is part of a pattern of Bedouin violence, says former IDF Chief Rabbi .
An attack on a Jewish woman in the Negev on Monday was part of a greater pattern of Bedouin violence against Jews in the region, according to Rabbi Avichai Ronsky, a former IDF Chief Rabbi and former resident of the Negev.
On Monday, Bedouin men threw a massive stone at an Israeli woman’s car as she drove near Kfar Retamim. “She was a hair’s breadth away from serious injury,” Rabbi Ronsky told Arutz Sheva. Continue Reading »