Category Archives: Jewish stuff and Israel

What is the true meaning of jihad?

If you look up “What is the true meaning of jihad?” on Google, you’ll have to do a lot of scrolling before you reach any source that offers a generally non-peaceful interpretation of this word. Did Google manipulate the results? … Continue reading

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Asylum-helper killed by asylum-seeker

We can thank karma for this one. Karma and The New Observer, which reported: The first victim of the Stockholm truck-ramming attack—carried out by a failed asylum seeker—was a Belgian psychologist who worked helping failed asylum seekers avoid deportation, it … Continue reading

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Jewish man arrested over bomb threats

The Jew-haters were right, and not for the first time: A Jewish man has been identified as the source of a series of bomb threat directed at Jewish Community Centers. From Good Morning America: A 19-year-old Jewish man who is … Continue reading

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What is the National Policy Institute’s policy toward Jews?

I’ve never attended an NPI conference. My impression has been that there’s a lot of overlap between NPI and Amren conferences; they feature some of the same speakers, and the president/director of NPI, Richard Spencer, has spoken at Amren conferences … Continue reading

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Is Trump an anti Semite?

A member of my family sent me the following article, by Janis Ian: I can’t believe people don’t see the parallels. No one thought the National Socialist German Workers Party would “allow” Hitler to do what he did. No one … Continue reading

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What to do with fragments?

It’s a question I’ve grappled with for years. I’ve got a few more-or-less complete manuscript Hebrew books, but also a bundle of manuscript fragments, or severely damaged manuscript books. Their monetary value is minimal, but they’re still interesting to look … Continue reading

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Confusion in the West Bank

I lived in Israel for 12 years, and returned to visit only twice. That was a long time ago. On one of those visits, I decided to reconnect with a close friend. He, along with his family, lived in Kiryat … Continue reading

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