The Leperization of Bibi Netanyahu

I’ve never been a big fan of Binyamin Netanyahu. Well, that’s not 100% true. I was a big fan. Back in 1996, before and immediately after his election as Prime Minister, the first time around. Until January, 1997. That’s when he did an about-face and stabbed us in the back, by abandoning Hebron to Arafat. Since then he’s never been

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There’s going to be more than one tomorrow by David Wilder

The reports coming in are that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. It is said that archeologists discovered a rare parchment, just over 3,000 years old, at excavations adjacent to Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Written in ancient Hebron, the document is seemingly a declaration of the unification of the tribes of Israel, with the capital being Jerusalem. Amazingly, the document

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