Tag Archives: Duma

Israel shows the world what rule of law should look like

COMMENTARY How Israel Passed the Justice Test by Jonathan S. Tobin January 4, 2016 The announcement by the Israeli government of indictments in the shocking arson murder of an Arab family in a West Bank village last summer is, in … Continue reading

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Jewish extremists could “morph into equivalents of the jihadis”

ISRAEL HAYOM Cauterize the cancer of Jewish terrorism by Isi Leibler December 30, 2015 Israelis shuddered when viewing the widely publicized extracts of the wedding video in which youngsters in large white knitted kippot brandished knives like savages, sang a … Continue reading

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Amidst accusations of torture against Israel’s Shin Bet, Bibi attempts to defuse ongoing Duma controversy

JNS Netanyahu condemns video of extremists celebrating Duma attack December 24, 2015 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday strongly condemned a video showing a group of far-right extremists celebrating the murder of a Palestinian family in the village of … Continue reading

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Palestinians: The Difference between Us and Them

GATESTONE by Bassam Tawil August 4, 2015 I cannot count the number of times that I heard from Israeli Jews the phrases “I’m ashamed” and “I’m sorry” in response to the horrific crime that claimed the life of Palestinian toddler … Continue reading

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