Most Clicked This Week
- “If not for the cruel, heartless actions of the Iranian regime, ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson would be alive and home with us today"
- "The sheer amount of interaction that religious Jews have with their communities made Orthodox Jewish communities Ground Zero for the coronavirus"
- It’s decided: “Gantz to be defense minister under Netanyahu, Gabi Ashkenazi to serve as foreign minister”
- A way for Highland Parkers to pitch in
- "The rise of anti-Semitism in the U.S. exposes the distressing fact that the American Jewish community lacks both a unified leadership and a singular voice with which it can respond appropriately"
- Still on Facebook, "a truly horrific painting clearly intended to reawaken age-old hostilities toward the Jewish people"
- Former white supremacist leader Arno Michaelis ultimately saved by his baby daughter
- "In what Freud might have analyzed as a classic case of the narcissistic wound run amok, the Never Netanyahus fell victim to a kind of collective insanity rooted in their own sense of virtuous entitlement"
Tag Archives: Rome
“Pope Pius XII, who led the Catholic Church from 1939 to 1958, has long been criticized for his public silence during the Holocaust”
WASHINGTON POST Pope Pius XII was silent during the Holocaust. Now Vatican records may reveal whether he collaborated with the Nazis. by Gillian Brockell March 3, 2020 It was a Saturday — Shabbat — in October 1943. The Nazis had … Continue reading
ISRAEL HAYOM ISIS attack on Israeli Embassy in Rome thwarted by Dan Lavie, News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff May 1, 2016 An Islamic State plot to attack the Vatican and several foreign embassies, including the Israeli Embassy in Rome, … Continue reading
WASHINGTON TIMES The Islamist wears Dolce & Gabbana by Clifford May February 3, 2016 In the “culture” section of the venerable Atlantic magazine last month, there was a news item I wouldn’t want you to miss: “The Italian fashion house … Continue reading
Like the Roman Empire in the early fifth century, Europe has allowed its defenses to crumble…Poor, poor Paris. Killed by complacency
BOSTON GLOBE Paris and the fall of Rome by Niall Ferguson November 16, 2015 I am not going to repeat what you have already read or heard. I am not going to say that what happened in Paris on Friday … Continue reading
JERUSALEM POST by Staff May 20, 2015 Robert Wistrich, widely considered one of the world’s leading experts on anti-Semitism, died of a sudden heart attack in Rome late Tuesday, Italian media is reporting. He was 70 years old. According to a news … Continue reading
THE TELEGRAPH by Damien McElroy July 2, 2014 Muslims have been called to flock to the ‘Islamic State’ to gather for a battle against non-believers throughout the world Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed leader of the ‘Islamic State’ stretching across … Continue reading
ALGEMEINER by Joshua Levitt May 27, 2014 Leading Italian political and cultural figures lined up at Rome’s Jewish Museum, which opened its doors to midnight on Monday to accommodate the thousands who wanted to express solidarity with the Jewish Museum … Continue reading