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New website: sixdaywar.co.uk

2007 marks the fortieth anniversary of the war the West terms “The Six Day War”. The Arabs call it the “1967 War” or an-Naksah (The Setback). It has been said that for Israel this war was a question of sheer survival; for the Arabs it was one of credibility. Of course hindsight is a wonderful… Keep Reading

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French rabbi punched in anti-Semitic attack

Anti-Semitism is on the rise worldwide, but France has seen a particularly significant jump in the number of violent attacks on Jews. On Thursday, a rabbi was punched in the face and hospitalized. The rabbi of Nord-Pas-de-Calais in northern France was violently attacked Thursday morning by a 20-year-old man while walking in the lanes of… Keep Reading

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Uncanny similarities

Mohammed was born in Mecca in 570 AD, possibly on April 20, sharing the same birthday as Adolph Hitler. I can not deny the similarities between the two. Keep Reading

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Napoleon Bonaparte’s Letter to the Jews, April 20, 1799

From Mideast Web: In 1799, the French armies under Napoleon were camped outside of Acre. Napoleon issued a letter offering Palestine as a homeland to the Jews under French protection. The project was stillborn because Napoleon was defeated and was forced to withdraw from the Near East. The letter is remarkable because it marks the… Keep Reading

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