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Hoover and Hebron

Writing about any aspect of the Jewish-Arab conflict inevitably exposes the writer to charges of political leanings. While historians strive for objectivity, the readers of a blog typically are also interested in the blogger’s personal perspective. 680 more words

Jewish History

See Why This Quick & Amazingly Simple Explanation Of What’s Going On In Gaza Is Making Big Waves

This is from Independent Journal Review.

Dennis Prager gives the best explanation of the Middle East situation, I have ever heard.

Radio talk show host Dennis Prager recently released a YouTube video in which he attempts to explain the Israeli-Arab conflict. 333 more words

Must Reads For The Week 8/2/14

Happy 102nd Birthday Milton Friedman, by Mark J. Perry, at aei-ideas.org. Although not a favorite of Austrian economists, reading his book Free to Choose started me on the correct road. 547 more words

Must Reads For The Week

The Israeli-Arab Conflict

Central Connecticut State Univeristy

The Israeli-Arab Conflict

A look at the major events in the conflict since the Second World War


Daniel F Whalen

5/11/2010… 2,238 more words


So what’s with Gaza this time? Operation Defensive Edge

I’ve added a lot of links to this post, with more information, photos, articles and videos. I urge you to read and watch them.

Perhaps this post shouldn’t be called “Operation Defensive Edge”, because that makes it sound like this is all about Israel’s actions, and it isn’t. 1,442 more words

Current Affairs

On The Israeli-Arab Conflict: A Biblical Perspective

by Nathan Lopez Cardozo [1] 

Impartial observers of the Middle East will realize that these are extraordinary times. Tens of thousands of Jews from many different countries are returning to their national and historic homeland after thousands of years. 4,979 more words

Jewish Books

Hypocrisy Is Not My Color…

The kidnap of three tourists in Kenya prompted the most massive military operation in Kenyan history. We invaded an entire country to protect our citizens and prevent cross border incursions. 252 more words

In My Own Words