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Arab-Israeli Conflict Israel

The Muslim View of a Kingdom: Racism, Tyranny, Apartheid and Genocide

In spite of the truth that Jerusalem belongs to the Jews and is the capital of Israel, the chief of staff for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, Rafiq Al Husseini, lied today and threatened that Jerusalem and the Temple Mount belong to the Muslims and any Israeli action that “offends” the Mount will be answered […]

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Israel

OIC to declare a “memorial day” for massacres against Muslims

Creating policy via temper tantrum allows the west to forget about the more than 11,000 innocent people who have been murdered by Muslims since 9/11. From Today’s Zaman: Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) member countries plan to declare a day of memorial for massacres and genocide committed against Muslim communities in various countries throughout […]

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Today In Jewish History Zionism

How ‘Nakba’ Proves There’s No Palestinian Nation

An excellent article by Steven Plaut that pierces and destroys the mythology of nakba. Over the past few years, the term nakba (also spelled naqba) has become the favorite nonsense word of the Anti-Israel Lobby. Meaning “catastrophe” in Arabic, it has been embraced by anti-Semites all over the planet to refer to Israel’s creation, which […]

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Palestinian Media Watch (PMW)

Palestinian exhibit depicts children in crematorium

More mendacity from Islam, the keeper of falsehoods, revisionism, terror and bloodlust. From PMW: Palestinian children in Gaza were gathered for an exhibition that depicts Israel burning children in a crematorium. Young children are seen standing beside dolls being placed into a model of a cremation oven. According to the article in Al Ayyam, “The […]

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Israel

The Muslim Accomplishments That Weren’t

Jamie Glazov, the premier interviewer for FrontPageMagazine, asks Peter BetBasoo what has Islam really contributed in terms of human scientific and artistic endeavor? An excerpt: Muslims claim many, many accomplishments we know they had nothing to do with. Arabic numerals? From India. The concept of zero? From Babylonia. Parabolic arches? From Assyria. The much ballyhooed […]