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Paris Terror: The Aftershocks

Paris Terror: The Aftershocks

Today’s Top Stories 1. A terrible weekend for French Jewry: on the heels of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, a terrorist stormed the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket in Paris, killing four hostages before being killed by police. World leaders converged on Paris to join a million-man march to show support for the victims. The Times of Israel

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Saying No to BDS: Academic Group Rejects Last-Minute Effort

The BDS bandwagon continues to roll through the world of American academia, but this week’s vote from the American Historical Association proves it may be hitting some bumps in the road. The association flatly rejected an attempt to add two resolutions condemning Israel. A group called Historians Against the War tried to push new anti-Israel agenda

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Heavy Metal Rocker Not “Disturbed” about Israel

While many celebrities toe the BDS line and stand with those who hate Israel, David Draiman of the mega rock group “Disturbed” takes an opposite approach. He is outspoken in his support for Israel and does not back down when faced with criticism for his position. According to Draiman, anti-Israel media bias has encouraged deadly

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Geneva Convention Summit to Discuss Israeli Treatment of Palestinians

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel busted a Hamas terror network of 30 terrorists who were targeting Jerusalem’s soccer stadium and light rail, and planned a string of car bombings and kidnappings. YNet adds: The terrorists were receiving orders from Hamas’ Turkey delegation. During the investigation, more than 30 suspects were arrested; explosive devices, M-16 rifles, and

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Massive Arms Smuggling to Eastern Jerusalem Busted

Today’s Top Stories 1. Santa take note: The IDF busted a massive shipment of tasers and other weapons en route to eastern Jerusalem. The shipping containers were labeled as Christmas decorations but the goodies didn’t reflect peace on earth. The Jerusalem Post writes: Inside the containers police said they found 18,000 fireworks of the restricted 20mm

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Will the BDS End Campaign Against SodaStream? Don’t Bet on It

Even though SodaStream’s decision to close its controversial West Bank factory appears to be motivated primarily by financial considerations, not pressure from the BDS, it’s hard to discount the BDS campaign entirely. SodaStream has been one of the most visible BDS targets during the past year, especially after the company tapped one of Hollywood’s hottest

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Islamic Waqf Condemns Jerusalem Mayor’s Temple Mount Visit

Today’s Top Stories 1. According to Egyptian media reports, the terrorists responsible for the attacks that killed 31 soldiers were trained in Gaza and even used stolen IDF equipment. Hamas denies any role in the affair, and said it doesn’t According to a report in the Egyptian El-Watan daily newspaper, initial investigation of the incident

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In BDS, B is For Blacklist, Not Boycott

The BDS movement’s boycott against Israel is, for all practical purposes, a blacklist designed to remove Israel from the world stage. It’s well documented that the movement is primarily a tool for spreading anti-Israel propaganda. It’s time to use language about the movement that reflects its true nature. The calls for boycott of Israel economically, culturally,

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Gaza Ceasefire Talks Postponed As Egypt Declares State of Emergency

Today’s Top Stories 1. Egypt declared state of emergency after 31 soldiers were killed in twin Sinai suicide attacks. Cairo declared a state of emergency, announced it will set up a buffer zone with Gaza, and postponed ceasefire talks it was brokering between the Palestinian factions and Israel. The Times of Israel adds: According to a report

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