Arab Christians in the Holy Land

The WSJ highlights Arab Christians in Israel who are organizing to better support the Jewish state: But now, an informal grass-roots movement, prompted in part by the persecution of Christians elsewhere in the region since the Arab Spring, wants to cooperate more closely with Israeli Jewish society—which could mean a historic change in attitude toward … Read more

The Democrat’s Love/Hate Relationship with Jews

Basically it’s that they love their money, but they hate they’re country. I was afraid I was too harsh on the Democrats’ treatment of Christians, but Roger Simon asks some deadly serious questions to his fellow Jews: Which leads me to the incendiary part of this article.  I address it to my fellow Jews who … Read more

Choosing the Wrong Side, Middle East Edition

Well, this seems a bad idea: In a never-ending conflict between a modern liberal democracy and a backward, degenerate gangster state, the US is choosing to side with… Aww, c’mon, do you really need me to tell you? Gateway Pundit relates the story of the latest UN hijinx from Foreign Policy: In sharp reversal, U.S. … Read more

Helen Thomas, Call Your Office

The next time someone says that Middle-Eastern Jews to “go home,” someone should point out that, um, they’re already there: Does it matter whether Jerusalem was a major city 3,500 years ago? Surely, nothing that happened that long ago could mean much today, especially since the Israelite Kingdom of David and Solomon — from which … Read more