The Western Wall The Western Wall is the holiest site in Judaism. Located in the old city of Jerusalem, it is a very interesting place to visit. It is also a tradition to write a wish down on a piece of paper and place it in the cracks of the wall
February 24, 2013 Tags: a-very-interesting, a-wish-down, cracks, holiest, Jerusalem, judaism-located, paper-and, the-cracks, the-holiest, very-interesting, western-wall, wish-down Posted in: Judaism Comments Closed
Jewish Revival Radio – Former Mossad Chief Meir Dagan speaks about the threat of war with Iran – Video
12-03-2012 09:05 Rare footage of Meir Dagan, former chief of Mossad speaking about the threat of war with Iran. A very interesting short documentary.
Tyron Inbody has a very interesting chapter on Christianity and Judaism in his Many Faces of Christology. With āpost-Holocaustā theologies, he notes that the contention between Judaism and Christianity isn't over Jesus's ..
The Huffington Post published a very interesting story the other day about a wealthy man named Sheldon Adelson who decided to donate 25 million dollars to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Israel. …
This week there has been a very interesting discussion of whether the Libyan authorities are entitled to hold Saif while they challenge admissibility or does Libya have an obligation to surrender Saif Al Islam Gaddafi to the ICC …
Here's a very interesting blog post by John Mearsheimer responding to Jeffrey Goldberg's claim that Mearsheimer wrote a favourable blurb for a book by an author whom Goldberg alleges to have holocaust – revisionist …
Via Ares, a very interesting breakdown of strike sorties over Libya . The US had a very high percentage of the early strike sorties, but as you can see that has dropped dramatically, with the French taking on a very high portion …
A powerful and very interesting study from Charles Duelfer and Stephen Benedict Dyson, at International Security, “Chronic Misperception and International Conflict: The U.S.- Iraq Experience.” …
DEUTSCHE ARTIKEL IN DER RECHTEN RUBRIK UNTER āDONATEā/ARTICLES FRANCAIS A DROITE SOUS LA RUBRIQUE āDONATEā The Wayne Madsen info below is very interesting, esp. regarding Isak Nygren, now living on a kibbutz in Israhell!
Max Blumenthal, author and journalist, put together a very interesting series of two interviews and accompanying analysis on his site dealing with the repercussions of Zionism as experienced in the Jewish Diaspora.
July 25, 2011 Tags: a-very-interesting, author-and, blumenthal, his-site, Jewish, jewish-diaspora, put-together, very-interesting, with-the-repercussions, Zionism, zionism-as-experienced Posted in: Jews Comments Closed
It's a very interesting interview. Mamet has much to say about what sparked his abandonment of Liberalism, his views on Barack Obama and the Democrat party, Israel, Judaism , and more. Have a listen
I just read a very interesting piece of research by Asmahan Masry-Herzallah titled Jerusalem as an Internal Migration Destination for Palestinian-Israeli Single Women, published in Hebrew in 2008. …
July 5, 2011 Tags: a-very-interesting, asmahan, asmahan-masry-, destination, hebrew, internal, internal-migration, israeli-single, palestinian, single, very-interesting Posted in: Jerusalem Comments Closed
I've been meaning to write a post about leading Jewish researcher (or nefarious Jew hater, depending on your viewpoint) Kevin MacDonald for awhile now.
June 25, 2011 Tags: been-meaning, came-across, depending-on-your, doing-some, for-awhile, kevin, post, reading-for, the-post, very-interesting, viewpoint--, your-viewpoint Posted in: Jewish Comments Closed
Blogger Eye on a Crazy Planet caught the name of NDP MP Alex Atamanenko on a list of people supporting a Canadian ship looking to break the Israeli embargo of the Gaza . It's very interesting in that to become an endorser ..
June 7, 2011 Tags: atamanenko, break-the, break-the-israeli, caught-the-name, crazy, crazy-planet, israeli, name, ndp, people-supporting, ship-looking, very-interesting Posted in: Gaza Comments Closed
The excellent blog Geopolitics Bible just provide the answer to my question by posting a very interesting article. Kate Middleton, the future Queen of Engl…
Today Jeff Emanuel posted a very interesting chart regarding the differences between President Bush’s War in Iraq and President Obama’s Kinetic Military Action.
April 1, 2011 Tags: a-very-interesting, action, chart-regarding, differences, emanuel, kinetic, kinetic-military-, president, president-bush, president-obama, regarding-the-differences, the-differences, today-jeff, very-interesting Posted in: Iraq Comments Closed
Ashkenazi imperialist blog. Just kidding.
In the New York Times today, a very interesting article was published about the operations of the Dimona complex in the Negev desert. According to military experts, there was a joint effort between America and Israel to circumvent Iran …
Then at once I was reminded of Kevin Rudd speaking against Israel in Israel on 14th December 2010. It is very interesting that Kevin Rudd is from QLD. Is God trying to get our attention?
Recently, Professor James Petras wrote a very interesting article, titled Christmas story ā Mary and Joseph in Palestine 2010, which I liked with two exceptions. First, Jesus was not a Jew, as Professor Shlomo Sands recently wrote in …
December 16, 2010 Tags: a-very-interesting, christmas, jesus, joseph, liked-with, professor, professor-james, professor-shlomo, sands, two-exceptions-, very-interesting Posted in: Palestine Comments Closed
Ebook Download | Is the Holocaust Unique? | This is a very interesting book that discusses matters that are usually overlooked in discussions of the Holocaust .
Alan S Rosenbaum, Is the Holocaust Unique?: Perspectives on Comparative Genocide Westview Press Inc | ISBN: 0813344069 | edition 2009 | PDF | 400 pages | 1,7 mb This is a very interesting book that discusses matters that are usually …
December 6, 2010 Tags: a-very-interesting, comparative, discusses-matters, edition-2009, isbn, rspectives-on-comparative, unique, usually-, very-interesting, westview Posted in: Holocaust Comments Closed
This is very interesting indeed. This is a waste of money and the federal govenment should not be fleecing American taxpayers to build these museums. This is what I call the worst kind of pork spending pushed by the Jewish Lobby.
October 15, 2010 Tags: build-these, call-the, call-the-worst, federal, govenment-should, Jewish, money-and, pork-spending, the-federal, very-interesting, worst, worst-kind Posted in: Holocaust Comments Closed
Woody Allen, interviewed by Dave Itzkoff, in today’s New York Times was a bit uncomfortable when wished a happy Jewish New Year by his interviewer, responding “That’s for your people”.
September 15, 2010 Tags: a-bit-uncomfortabl, allen, bit-uncomfortable, for-your, his-interviewer, interviewer, itzkoff, Jewish, people-, say-some, times--, very-interesting, woody-allen- Posted in: Judaism Comments Closed
We discuss in this interview his views on the situation in Palestine- Israel , following the attack on the Freedom Flotilla, and the latest developments in those lands. The situation there is very interesting for anarchist action, since, …
September 11, 2010 Tags: and-the, attack, following-the, following-the-attack, for-anarchist, freedom, freedom-flotilla, interview, latest, latest-developments, Palestine, situation, situation-there, the-situation, very-interesting Posted in: Israel Comments Closed
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