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No One Is Vetting Syrian Refugees for Signs of Anti-Semitism

Charles Jacobs, Eyes wide closed at the checkpoints. Major Jewish establishment organizations are strenuously lobbying for the resettlement of Syrian refugees on American soil. It’s explained as a natural extension of Jewish values and history – “we, too, were refugees once. We, too, were the ‘other.’” The comparison is, to say the least, abstract. It

The Evolving Threat Of Jihad In The West And how we’re Handicapping Ourselves

Caroline Glick, One of the most important stories related to the September 11 attacks was the one that was deliberately left largely untold. That story is the response of some Muslims in America to the massacre of nearly 3,000 people by Islamic supremacists in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. According to a Washington Post article published


Caroline Glick, How Merkel’s mistakes are empowering anti-Semites. Two days before the leaders of European far-right parties met in Koblentz on January 21, one of the leaders of Germany’s far-right AfD party made clear why so many people fear the rise of nationalist forces in Europe. Speaking at a rally in Dresden, Bjorn Hocke, AfD’s

The Left’s never-ending war

Caroline Glick, Originally published by the Jerusalem Post.  With their policies rejected by voters, the purpose of the Left isn’t to govern. It is to render their societies ungovernable. The push among the American Left to discredit the results of last month’s presidential election entered a new phase last Friday with the White House’s announcement

Israel’s first project with Trump, An Iranian proxy war is brewing

Caroline Glick, Israeli officials are thrilled with the national security team that US President-elect Donald Trump is assembling. And they are right to be. The question now is how Israel should respond to the opportunity it presents us with. The one issue that brings together all of the top officials Trump has named so far

Israel’s Constitutional Identity Crisis

Caroline Glick, A fight over the regulation of settlements becomes a fight over the character of Israel. Originally published by the Jerusalem Post.  Israel’s coalition crisis over the settlements regulation bill is not a normal power struggle between overweening politicians. It is not popularity contest between Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and his Kulanu Party and

‘Hate Spaces’: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus,  Americans for Peace and Tolerance (APT) is releasing a new documentary called Hate Spaces: The Politics of Intolerance on Campus to address the worsening anti-Semitic environment on our country’s college campuses. APT is a Boston-based non-profit organization dedicated to promoting peaceful coexistence in an ethnically diverse America by educating the American public about the need for a

Trump and the American Dream #MAGA

Caroline Glick, Stopping the “fundamental transformation” of the U.S. According to most polls taken since last month’s party conventions, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton enjoys an insurmountable lead over Republican nominee Donald Trump. Consequently, a number of commentators on both sides of the partisan divide have declared the race over. Clinton, they say, has won.

Netanyahu on Israel’s Public Diplomacy

Joseph Puder, Throughout Israel’s existence we could only yearn for the results we have now. Prime Minister (PM) Benjamin Netanyahu was recently summoned to a special session of Israel’s Knesset State Control Committee on the functioning of the Foreign Ministry and Israel’s public diplomacy.  Netanyahu, who currently holds the Foreign Minister portfolio in addition to serving as

Moral Equivalence Has Become a Moral Atrocity

Caroline Glick,  The international community’s failure to distinguish good from evil — and the victims it produces. Originally published by the Jerusalem Post.  We have reached the point where moral equivalence has become a moral atrocity. The smart set in the West has insisted for over a generation that Israel and the Palestinians are morally

Israel Rises in the East: The significance of Netanyahu’s meeting with Putin in Moscow

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post.  There was something poetic about the events that bookended the past week of diplomacy. This week began with French President François Hollande’s “peace” conference and ended with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s state visit to Moscow. From the perspective of both substance and style, the contrast between the two events couldn’t have

Jared Kushner’s Trump Card

As the fuzzy strains of the Beatles’ Revolution filled the room, Donald Trump took the stage on Feb. 9 in Manchester, N.H., to celebrate his victory in the state’s Republican presidential primary. Before reiterating his campaign promises to do away with Obamacare, construct a wall along America’s border with Mexico, and rebuild the nation’s military