Israel and the Middle East

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Is Israel Threatened by a Population Bomb?

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    Is Israel Threatened by a Population Bomb? By Dr. David Reagan In March 1898, the leading Jewish demographer and historian, Simon Dubnov, ridiculed the Zionist vision, claiming that by 1998 there would be no more than 500,000 Jews in the land of Israel. In October of 1944, the prime Jewish demographer, Roberto Bachi, contended that […]

    The Legitimacy of Israel’s Nationality Law

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      The Legitimacy of Israel’s Nationality Law By Joseph Puder Upon passing the Nationality Law in Israel’s Knesset (Parliament) by a vote of 62 to 55, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to the podium and declared, “One hundred and twenty-two years after Theodore Herzl published his vision we have enshrined into the law the basic […]

      Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 4 of 4)

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        Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 4 of 4) By Dr. David Reagan Concluding Thoughts Was Secretary of State Marshall correct in his assessment of President Truman’s motivations? Was the President’s decision concerning Palestine motivated by politics? On the surface, this would be easy to believe. After all, New York state had more Jews than the state […]

        Turkey: Exposing Crimes of ISIS is Terrorism

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          Turkey: Exposing Crimes of ISIS is Terrorism By Uzay Bulut Originally Published by the Gatestone Institute. How does Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan fight his political opponents, including those who have been working hard to expose the atrocities of the Islamic state terror group, ISIS? By throwing them into jail for allegedly “supporting terrorism.” Since […]

          Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 3 of 4)

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            Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 3 of 4) By Dr. David Reagan The Final Show-Down But the opponents of partition within the Administration were determined to change the President’s mind. Their all-out effort occurred on May 12th when Secretary of State Marshall and several of his aides went to the White House to meet with the […]

            Why Iran Supports Palestinian Terror Groups

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              Why Iran Supports Palestinian Terror Groups By Khaled Abu Toameh Originally Published by the Gatestone Institute. While the United Nations, Israel and the US are proposing plans to alleviate the suffering of the Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, Iran is pledging to continue its financial and military aid to Palestinian terror groups. Iran’s meddling […]

              Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 2 of 4)

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                Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 2 of 4) By Dr. David Reagan The United Nations Solution In late August the UNSCOP report was released. The Committee agreed unanimously to recommend ending the mandate as soon as possible. The majority (7 to 3, with one abstention) recommended partition of Palestine into Arab and Jewish states. The minority […]

                Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 1 of 4)

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                  Israel’s 70th Anniversary (Part 1 of 4) By Dr. David Reagan Israel declared its independence on May 14, 1948, but it was celebrated this year (2018) in Israel on April 19th. That’s because the date on the Hebrew lunar-solar calendar is the 5th of Iyar. The first nation to recognize the new state was the […]

                  Remembering a Glorious Day in the History of Israel

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                    Remembering a Glorious Day in the History of Israel By Dr. David Reagan 51 years ago, on June 7, 1967, Israeli soldiers broke into the Old City of Jerusalem and made their way to the Western Wall where the photograph on the left above was taken by David Rubinger. It has become one of the […]

                    Syria Breaks De-Escalation Agreement

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                      Syria Breaks De-Escalation Agreement Is this the crucial moment for the U.S. to act? By Joseph Puder The Assad regime is determined to capture the last few enclaves held by rebels. One such target of the regime is the Daraa-Qunietra provinces of southwestern Syria. Approximately 60,000 Syrian government troops who will likely include Iranian Islamic […]