It’s one thing to criticize Israel. It’s another thing entirely to be against the very existence of the Jewish state. In this clarifying video, Dennis Prager defines the difference and explains why anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism are one and the same.
First of all there is no agreement between Iran and the Obama administration. There is a framework for a deal. Whatever that means. And apparently Iran and Obama already disagree on the nature of the framework.
But let’s dispense with fine and not-so-fine print. Let’s cut to the proverbial chase.
The current framework for an agreement permits continued nuclear research at facilities built in violation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), which Iran signed in 1970 but has violated repeatedly since at least the early 2000s.
You would have to be comatose not to have noticed that over the past ten years, Jew-hatred has become as normal as beer kegs in American colleges and universities.
The communist revolutionaries and terrorists of the 1960s slithered into the halls of academia, where they skillfully exploit the vulnerable seam between free speech and totalitarianism.
More recently, the left — which is the postmodern Democrat party — has made common cause with IslamoNazis based on their mutual hatred of America, Israel, and Judeo-Christian civilization.
Modern warfare operate in two dimensions that are deeply intertwined:
1. The actual battlefield.
2. The media battlefield.
The PalNazis have benefited in the informational wars by virtue of their ideological alignment with the organs of the LibProgs such as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, all virulently anti-Israel publications who support the Democrat party.
The IDF, for better or for worse, has instituted a policy of warning Arab civilians that their homes are about to be bombed, thereby giving the allegedly innocent civilians the opportunity to flee and save their lives.
You would think that such an unprecedented measure to spare civilian lives would be met by LibProgs with cries of admiration—but you would be wrong.
My good friend David Gerstman, AKA Soccer Dad, analyses the depraved LibProg reaction to Israel’s attempt to avoid collateral damage.
The Eleventh Annual Ariel Avrech Yahrtzeit Lecture took place on Sunday June 8, 2014 at the Young Israel of Century City.
The title of Michael Medved’s lecture is: “Shifting Alliances: Why Liberals No Longer Reliably Support Israel — And Conservatives Do.”
We will leave this up for a few days.
May Ariel’s neshama have an aliyah.
Here are a few photos from the event.