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In memoriam: The Tomb of the Kings

If the French can fly their flag over Israel, why can’t Israel fly her flag over Jerusalem? From In memoriam: The Tomb of the Kings:—————Imagine a magnificent burial plot covering several acres with an enormous courtyard at the entrance, many… Keep Reading

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2,000-year-old rare coins discovered in Jerusalem cave

During a renewed excavation at near the Temple Mount, archaeologists unearthed dozens of bronze coins from the Jewish revolt against Rome. Via Israel21C.org: A trove of rare bronze coins, the last remnants of a four-year Jewish revolt against the Roman Empire, has been discovered in a cave near the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. During the…… Keep Reading

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Solomon’s Temple-Era Artifacts Found for First Time on Temple Mount

Originally posted on Bridges for Peace: November 4, 2016 Volunteer groups sifting material from the Temple Mount in the Emek Tzurim National Park Friday, 04 November 2016 | Artifacts including tiny shards of clay and bone from the time of Solomon’s Temple were unearthed for the first time on the Temple Mount, Israeli archaeologists revealed…… Keep Reading

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Earliest known stone carving of Hebrew word ‘Jerusalem’ found near city entrance

Via The Times of Israel: The earliest stone inscription bearing the full spelling of the modern Hebrew word for Jerusalem was unveiled on Tuesday at the Israel Museum, in the capital. While any inscription dating from the Second Temple period is of note, the 2,000-year-old three-line inscription on a waist-high column — reading “Hananiah son…… Keep Reading

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DePaul Students Demand Professor Apologize after Pro-Israel Op-Ed

Via Newsweek: A student coalition called for DePaul University in Chicago to censure philosophy professor Jason D. Hill and for him to issue a public apology for an op-ed he wrote and attend racial sensitivity training. Jamaican-born Hill told Newsweek that he anticipated the op-ed would receive criticism after the positive treatment he gave Jewish… Keep Reading

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Quit Harping on U.S. Aid to Israel

Via The Atlantic: “U.S. assistance to Israel demands far less in both blood and treasure than many other American defense relationships around the world. According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the U.S. spends $36 billion annually on military capabilities in Europe, almost 10 times its annual assistance package to Israel, and American soldiers… Keep Reading

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DePaul Students Demand Professor Apologize after Pro-Israel Op-Ed

Via Newsweek: A student coalition called for DePaul University in Chicago to censure philosophy professor Jason D. Hill and for him to issue a public apology for an op-ed he wrote and attend racial sensitivity training. Jamaican-born Hill told Newsweek that he anticipated the op-ed would receive criticism after the positive treatment he gave Jewish… Keep Reading

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Care about Gaza? Blame Hamas

Via NY Times: Hamas has left Gaza in shambles. Life there is difficult, sad and abnormal. The shoreline is covered in raw sewage and debris from successive wars. If you ask why such hardships exist in Gaza, the answer will almost always be the same: the Israelis. Really? The Arabs in Israel generally live normal… Keep Reading

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Quit Harping on U.S. Aid to Israel

Via The Atlantic: “U.S. assistance to Israel demands far less in both blood and treasure than many other American defense relationships around the world. According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the U.S. spends $36 billion annually on military capabilities in Europe, almost 10 times its annual assistance package to Israel, and American soldiers… Keep Reading

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Arab Authorities Abuse Their Authority on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount

Reprinted from Facts and Logic in the ME (FLAME) “Last week, Jordan took the dramatic step of significantly increasing Palestinian Arab control of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. As a result, the anti-Semitic policies and anti-Israel activities on the Temple Mount are likely to intensify—if that is even possible. The Temple Mount was the site… Keep Reading

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