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Anti-semitism in America by Armin Rosen

98ad2e92f4a0d0e63f5622674ee4041b735fd75f-4949x3299.jpg?w=1300_xtr_q=70_xtr_auto= The new AJC report shows growing and broadening anti-Semitism, but also broad recognition of the trend ...
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Sudan and Israel agree to normalize ties, the third such accord since August by Anne Gearan and Steve Hendrix

imrs.php?src=https%3a%2f%2fd1i4t8bqe7zgj6.cloudfront.net%2f10-23-2020%2ft_e09c12 Sudan and Israel have agreed to begin normalizing relations and set aside decades of hostility, President Trump and leaders of both nations said Friday, marking the third such accord brokered by the White House in the weeks leading up to the U.S. presidential election. ...
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The Middle East’s new map by Robert D Kaplan

2020-09-15t185245z_1013216477_rc25zi9k4tjq_rtrmadp_3_israel-gulf-usa.jpg?itok=mm The imminent establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and two Gulf states, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, is part of an on-going process of security cooperation going back many years. While that robs the event of some drama, it also increases its significance. It means that the process of ending the era of Arab-Israeli confrontation will continue, culminating perhaps in a political upheaval in Iran. That is the road that the Middle East may now be on ...
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Israel surpasses US in new daily cases per capina by Staff of TOI

f200914ns15-e1600155513941-640x400.png Military task force shows country ahead of many others in daily infections and positive test rate, as officials warn of continued lockdown ...
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The Bias that divides us by Keith E Stanovich

robin-jonathan-deutsch-lzhnckmx15m-unsplash-1.png Not about Israel, but many insights into bias: eg -
What our society is really suffering from is myside bias: People evaluate evidence, generate evidence, and test hypotheses in a manner biased toward their own prior beliefs, opinions, and attitudes. That we are facing a myside bias problem and not a calamitous societal abandonment of the concept of truth is perhaps good news in one sense, because the phenomenon of myside bias has been extensively studied in cognitive science. The bad news, however, is that what we know is not necessarily encouraging. ...
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What has led Israel into its coronavirus madness? - analysis by Herb Keinon

461509.png The government is unable to act because of political considerations, as evidenced by the way it could not decide for the second day in a row on even a partial nighttime lock-down. ...
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UAE formally ends Israel boycott amid US-brokered deal by Jon Gambrella

800.jpeg.png The ruler of the United Arab Emirates issued a decree Saturday formally ending the country’s boycott of Israel amid a U.S.-brokered deal to normalize relations between the two countries. ...
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Arab doctor begs Lebanon to send wounded to Israel by Benjamin Kerstein

capture-637x400.png Head of hospital in Galilee pleads with Lebanon to send Beirut disaster victims to Israel. ...
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Should there be a price for rejectionism and terror? by Douglas J. Feith & Lewis Libby

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Bari Weiss leaves NYT: HonestReporting responds by Daniel Pomerantz

bari-weiss-nyt30793.png This week Bari Weiss, an opinion editor with a focus on antisemitism left the New York Times. Shockingly it was Bari’s own colleagues at The Times who called her a “Nazi” and a “racist,” and demeaned her for “writing about the Jews again.” ...
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Anti-Israel rallies display outrageous hatred and hypocrisy by Steve Emerson

dc-protesters.png Ours is a time when antisemitism is surging and the popularity of intersectional politics has given new credibility to radical... A woman representing the New York-based Nodutdol, which says it is “inspired by the democratic social movements in Korea,” said Koreans who seek to unite North and South understand the Palestinian cause. ...
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Tlaib tweets lies re ramming attack, CNN spreads disinformatoin pushed by terrorist’s Family by Yakir Benzion

shutterstock_1664856475-scaled.png A Palestinian’s recent attempt to kill an Israeli policewoman with his car prompted sympathy for the terrorist from Rashida Tlaib and a troubling report from CNN. ...
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The battle over BDS – trends, lessons, and future trajectories by Asher Fredman

.. it is becoming increasingly clear that the counter-BDS network is succeeding in disrupting BDS momentum and forcing the BDS movement out of its comfort zone ... ...
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I don’t regret breaking the unwritten rule British clergy should not intervene in party politics by Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romaine

rabbi-dr-jonathan-romain.png Rabbi Jonathan Romain reflects on the backlash against his decision to publicly urge congregants to vote against Labour ...
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French parliament decides anti-Zionism is antisemitism by Lahav Harkov

437113.png This decision "comes amidst a continuing rise in antisemitism, including acts of violence, in France," said the AJC. ...
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The Chief Rabbi’s intervention in Britain’s general election by Melanie Phillips

books-ad.png Reaction to the Chief rabbi's intervention proves the truth of his words ...
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Chief Rabbi: Corbyn ‘sanctioning a new poison’ in the Labour Party by Jewish News reporter

4-1-1024x640.png In a devastating attack, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis accuses party leader of being “complicit in prejudice,” adding: "It's a failure to see this as a human problem" 134 shares ...
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Why I spoke out about Labour’s antisemitism shame by Rachel Riley

gettyimages-1047467984.jpg?auto=compress.enhance.format_xtr_crop=faces.entropy.e a transcript of Rachel Riley’s speech to the Holocaust Education Trust reception in Westminster 22 January 2018 ...
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