Finally, the inauguration of Donald Trump is over, and he and Melania are Mr. President and First Lady. Reactions here in the US and around the world ranged the gamut from celebratory partying to disgust and rioting. Here are a few examples of these reactions:
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More On The Folly Of The “Two State Solution”
Tel Aviv skyline, from the vantage of what would be “Palestine” Continue reading “Tel Aviv from what would be “Palestine””
As we are reminded nearly every day, many in this country cannot come to terms with and accept the results of the latest presidential election, even less than one week before the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump. Incredibly, this even includes members of the House and Senate who cannot come to grips with the fact that Hillary lost, and the fact that the Executive Branch will be transferred to the Republicans eight years after Obama assumed the presidency.
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Interior of Berlin synagogue after Kristallnacht, 1938 Continue reading “A Shocking Verdict Out of Germany”
AFSI Co-Executive Director Helen Freedman spoke to hundreds at today’s Stand United With Israel demonstration outside the French Mission to the UN, protesting the upcoming January 15 Paris “peace” conference. This was her message:
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US Senate Resolution 6:
Not perfect but is it the best we can expect for now? Continue reading “John Kerry was always unsuited for the job”
AFSI’s good friend Nadia Matar of Women in Green, recently spoke with Arutz Sheva about the world’s condemnation of Israel and what referring to the Land of Israel really means. She stated that she welcomes Trump’s election and calls to encourage Netanyahu to apply Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.
Continue reading “‘Voting against settlements is actually voting against Judaism”