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- "Prior to the attack, the IDF warned the civilians who were in the building and gave them sufficient time to evacuate”
- "Shortly after midnight on Friday, the Israel Defense Forces appeared to give the impression that a ground offensive was underway, sending Hamas operatives into tunnels and the direct path of a massive wave of Israeli airstrikes"
- "After 75 years of making excuses and denying the plain fact that antisemitism is the root and the branch of the Arab conflict with Israel, Israelis of all walks of life and across the political spectrum need to accept that it is true"
Tag Archives: Amy Coney Barrett
“The possibility of another contentious confirmation hearing recalls the first the Senate ever held, which just happened to be for the first Jewish justice to sit on the court”
MOSAIC MAGAZINE What the First Senate Hearing for a Supreme Court Nominee Shows about Today’s Confirmation Process by Rick Richman October 6, 2020 Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination, and the possibility of another contentious Senate confirmation hearing, evoke … Continue reading
“For Jews who worship at the altar of abortion and gun control, RBG was practically a religious figure, and filling her seat with a Catholic who rejects judicial activism is blasphemous”
JNS Amy Coney Barrett, Jewish liberals and the US Constitution by Ruthie Blum September 29, 2020 …Her personal life and politics are not the main thorns in the side of the left, however. No, the real problem is one that … Continue reading