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One-Two Punch Against The Israel Haters at the UN!

President Trump may have made some questionable appointments during his first two months in office, but one can only have glowing words for the new US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley. Haley hit the ground running, letting the world know that she was no pushover. At the AIPAC conference in Washington DC yesterday, Ambassador Haley was asked how the United States can help change the culture at the UN. Her response is one for the books:

“The United States tells them what we’re not going to put up with. We start to change the culture to what we should be talking about and then we actually act on what we say.”

“I wear heels. It’s not for a fashion statement. It’s because if I see something wrong, we’re going to kick them every single time.” Continue reading “One-Two Punch Against The Israel Haters at the UN!”

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Can The U.S. Force Limitations On Israeli Building

Can The U.S. Force Limitations On Israeli Building?

Community of Efrat,
south of Jerusalem, between Hebron and Bethlehem

Soon enough, details will emerge about the meetings being held between U.S. administration officials and Israeli leadership. The press is reporting that the two parties are nearing an agreement on a slowdown in Israeli “settlement” growth in Judea and Samaria, with PM Netanyahu rejecting any claims of limitations on Jewish development and growth in Jerusalem. Continue reading “Can The U.S. Force Limitations On Israeli Building?”

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E-1: Now Is The Time To Build

E-1: Now Is The Time To Build

E-1, between Jerusalem and Ma’ale Adumim
(Map: Israel Hayom)

Israel Hayom published a piece a few days ago by journalist and commentator David Weinberg about the importance of the E-1 area east of Jerusalem. This piece of land, in Area C and thus under full Israeli jurisdiction, is considered critical for Israel to maintain, control and develop for several reasons, including demographic and strategic/security. Continue reading “E-1: Now Is The Time To Build”

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Hypocrisy

Hypocrisy

On The Chopping Block Tomorrow: Nine Homes In Ofra

Just weeks after the state destroyed homes in Amona and evicted its residents, nine homes in nearby Ofra are targeted for demolition. New homes have not yet been built for the Amona residents, and it is anticipated that the Regulations Law recently passed will be found “unconstitutional”, even though Israel does not have a constitution Continue reading “Hypocrisy”

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