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Christie's Gaffe: Stating the Obvious

This article originally appeared at LobeLog, one of the very best sites for foreign policy analysis, and of which I am proud to be a part. 846 more words

West Bank

Grabbing every hilltop

“Everybody has to move, run and grab as many hilltops as they can to enlarge the settlements, because everything we take now will stay ours. Everything we don’t grab will go to them.” ~Ariel Sharon (2001)

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Settlements

El símbol de la resistència pacífica

Un mur gris d’una banda i ple de pintades de l’altra s’ha convertit en els últims anys en una de les imatges més famoses de Palestina i de les més emblemàtiques dels conflictes armats en general. 902 more words

Palestina

The Celebrated Murderer, A Phenomenon on Both Sides of the Israel-Palestine Divide

Yesterday, an old Israeli “war hero” died. His name was Meir Har-Zion. He was a veteran of the Israeli military in its formative

years after the creation of the state, and we should look very carefully at the re-telling, upon his death, of an incident that took place in 1954. 1,049 more words

Zionism

New: The 4 Blood Moons and Prophecy (March 2014)

Mark Biltz is the 2nd guest and his part begins at about 39 minutes.  Edit April 14, 2014. YT has removed some videos. For more on the Blood Moons, and Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri’s prophecy about Ariel Sharon go to the links below the video and scroll down. 77 more words

Interview

Let us give up super villains for Lent!

Friday before Lent 1A. March 7, 2014. Jonah 4:1-11; Psalm 51; Romans 1:8-17.

Maybe this Lent we need to give up having bad guys. I’ll try to explain what I mean. 925 more words

Sheol Welcomes Ariel Sharon

After eight years in a coma Ariel Sharon (1928-2014), Israeli military leader, Prime Minister and war criminal, died on 11 January. Ironically, but quite understandably, he was lauded as a man of peace by western leaders. 1,310 more words

Israel