How Cheap Is Jewish Blood?

Feb 12, 2018 by

by Ben Shapiro, Jewish Journal: This week, The Guardian, one of the most left-wing newspapers in Great Britain, published a 2,300-word piece describing the problem of terrorism in cities across the world. It name-checked London, Berlin, Manchester, Paris, Nice, Brussels, and Barcelona; it...

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Why Judaism (and then Christianity) Rejected Homosexuality

Feb 2, 2018 by

by Dennis Prager, Crisis Magazine: When Judaism demanded that all sexual activity be channeled into marriage, it changed the world. The Torah’s prohibition of non-marital sex quite simply made the creation of Western civilization possible. Societies that did not place boundaries around sexuality...

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Understanding more about Israel

Jan 30, 2018 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. I can still remember the lecture when I was at theological college more than 25 years ago. I had never bothered to get to grips with Romans 9-11 before that: the chapters where Paul addresses the question of God’s plan for the Jewish people and the nation of...

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Statement on the status of Jerusalem

Dec 8, 2017 by

by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: Following the announcement of United States Government’s formal recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel, Rabbi Sacks issued the following statement: “I welcome today’s decision by the United States to recognise as the capital of Israel, Jerusalem,...

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How well has Britain treated the Jews?

Oct 31, 2017 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: This week marks the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration which paved the way for the establishment of the modern State of Israel 30 years later. The seemingly intractable controversy created by Balfour was summed up by the Hungarian-born Jewish writer Arthur...

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Modernity starts here, if only the world realised it

Oct 13, 2017 by

by Melanie Phillips, Jerusalem Post: So it begins once more. In the synagogues this week, it’s Groundhog Day. Jews go back to the opening of the Five Books of Moses and start the narrative all over again. The secular world looks on with indifference, bemusement or contempt. Among unbelievers, it...

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