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Tag Archives: Georgia
“Rev. Raphael Warnock’s 2019 “Pilgrimage Statement,” in line with his earlier sermons, characterizes the Israel-Arab conflict as an Israeli offense against the Arabs”
JNS Warnock on the warpath against Israel by Alex Bernath December 29, 2020 While he’s now trying to hide it, the truth is, Georgia’s Democratic candidate for Senate, Rev. Raphael Warnock, has been known for vehemently anti-Israel rhetoric. Last year, … Continue reading
WALL STREET JOURNAL What Raphael Warnock Believes About Israel by Barton Swaim December 16, 2020 The Middle East poses a problem for the Democrats. Theirs was traditionally the pro-Israel party and still commands the support of a substantial majority of … Continue reading
NEW YORK POST Georgia Dem’s anti-Israel sermon resurfaces amid Senate runoff race by Carl Campanile November 13, 2020 With the balance of power in the US Senate riding on two run-off elections in Georgia, the heat is on and stinging … Continue reading
“Democrats expected Jewish voters to help them flip Georgia and Florida. Instead, Jewish voters flipped them off”
JNS Democrats’ anti-Semitism cost them in Florida and Georgia by Daniel Greenfield November 8, 2020 Before the election, Brandeis University’s Steinhardt Social Research Institute marked Georgia, along with Florida, as one of the states where the Jewish vote could help … Continue reading
THE OBSERVER by Michael Sainato August 17, 2015 One hundred years ago today, on August 17, 1915, Leo Frank was kidnapped from prison in Milledgeville, Georgia by the Knights of Mary Phagan, a revitalized Ku Klux Klan group of prominent … Continue reading