Category Archives: Jewish faith and tradition

Was the Brexit Vote “Good for the Jews”?

by James M. Wall A Jewish mother hears her family cheering. She cries out, “what happened?” One of the men gathered around the radio, shouts back, “Mel Ott just hit a home run!” She responds, “Is it good for the Jews”? That … Continue reading

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Duma Murders Expose Israel’s “Mindless Violence”

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Israel’s Colonial Creep Has Echoes in Texas

By James M. Wall Israeli riot police are shown above “maintaining peace” at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque compound. This picture was taken on March 8, 2013, during “clashes” between Palestinian defenders and Jews who claim they only want to pray on land … Continue reading

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