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Bibi's Big Day: When Words Matter...And When They Don't

The consensus, both within Israel and abroad, is that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu snatched an electoral victory from the jaws of imminent defeat by both resorting to race baiting and burying the idea of a two-state solution. 734 more words


A Taste of Home

You know that feeling where a day feels like a different day than it actually is? For some bizarre reason both Wednesday and Thursday this week felt like a Friday, which was both very confusing and made the week feel a lot longer than it actually was. 1,128 more words

Israeli president urges UN to set 'red lines' for genocide

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called on the United Nations Wednesday to define red lines beyond which an intervention would be necessary to stop acts of genocide. 

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Israel Genocide


BLOG 237 January 27, 2015

Across the world, Jews and Gentiles paused on Tuesday to observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 70th year date of the liberation of Auschwitz. 449 more words

Middle East

Studio 365: Day 27

In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau,

January 27th 1945.


White House recycles photo of President Obama for Holocaust Remembrance Day

Just because the White House has posted photos of President Obama to remember or honor just about every important anniversary, holiday or passing doesn’t mean that it will mark Holocaust Remembrance Day with a shot of the Narcissist in Chief. 328 more words

US Politics

Snow- Short story of Remembrance





Isaac peered through the frosted window and sighed. There was no doubt in his mind– he was cursed. Giant white flakes drifted down from the heavens. 3,312 more words

Memories And Musings