I’ve been quiet for the past few days because I’ve been preparing a major profile-expose of a major American Jewish publication and one of its star contributors. The research and writing has taken a long time, which explains the absence of new posts. By tomorrow, this two-part series should commence and I believe you’ll find it was worth the wait.
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A happy, just and peaceful New Year!
Black Canary says
Israeli police raid HQ of racist ‘anti-coexistence’ group.
Hundreds in Jerusalem come out and protest racist Lahava.
Richard Silverstein says
How nice that a few hundred nice Israeli liberals came out to protest against Lehava. But how many of even these few would allow their children to marry a Palestinian or hire one for their business or rent an apartment to one? How many Lehava terrorists will go to jail? Proof is in the pudding. Shabak has no credibility in putting Jewish terrorists behind bars.
Happy, just and peaceful New Year, Mr. Silverstein!
I would be happy to donate, if Chavez and Maduro’s governments would have not detroyed the economy (and Venezuelan institutions). Although I had to move back in my parent’s home, yet my salary of about US$80 (yes, eighty) is not enough to make ends meet.