The tide of public opinion seems to be swinging against the Jewish state, if not in the halls of political power, at least certainly on the streets of a number of countries. 1,170 more words
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WATCH: Several rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel on June 28. One hit a paint factory in Israel’s southern city of Sderot, burning it to the ground. 558 more words
By: Tilde Rosmer, University of Oslo.
Last week the Israeli Knesset (parliament) held its first ever discussion about Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif. Holy to both Jews and Muslims, this site in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem is widely acknowledged to be one of the most passionately contested pieces of real estate in the world. 1,451 more words
The Rise and Rise of Shaykh Ra’ed Salah: Israel’s most prominent Islamist wins case against UK Home Secretary
By: Dr Tilde Rosmer, University of Oslo.
In my blog entry in October 2011 I commented on the decision of the UK government to ban entry to Shaykh Ra’ed Salah, the head of the so-called Northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel. 2,273 more words