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Eddie McGuire, Living in a Gold Fish Bowl

Jun 24, 2016 No Comments

Recently during an ABC interview Australian of the Year and former Army chief David Morrison suggested Australians should stop using the word ‘guys’ in the workplace. He was concerned ‘guys’ was not inclusive of women. “Exclusive language, gender-based language or inappropriate language, has as much a deleterious or disadvantaged effect as something where you’re saying something […]

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A Flood of Refugees, The Mind of Christ.

Jun 24, 2016 No Comments

The German publication Der Spiegel runs regular stories describing the escalating refugee crisis in what they call Fortress Europe. In a recent report they said, “Desperate scenes played out here, reminiscent of those witnessed in Hungary back in September.” They described, a group of young men who used a steal beam as a battering ram. […]

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Queen Elizabeth, Our Servant Queen

Jun 18, 2016 No Comments

The former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey (1991-2002) was a strong advocate for Queen Elizabeth II. “Her faith, strong on conviction, but also generous and hospitable, is an example to us all in a time of radicalism and extremism. She reflects the best and most noble values of what it is to be British,” he […]

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Sticks and Stones

Feb 09, 2013 1 Comment

Sticks and Stones Ron Ross (9th Feb, 2013) “Names will never hurt me,” that’s what the young man said. But I could see the tear in his eyes, and the toss of his weary head. You’ve seen this sad wounded sparrow, the one who kicks little stones. His hands are stuck in his pockets, and […]

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Egyptian official calls Shoah an American invention

Jan 30, 2013 No Comments

30 January 2013 (For more like this visit worldjewishcongress.org) Fathi Shihab-Eddim, a senior figure in Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s circle, has called the Holocaust a hoax invented by US intelligence operatives, according to a ‘Fox News’ report. Shihab-Eddim reportedly claimed that instead of being murdered the six million Jews had simply been moved to America. […]

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EU: Extremism at its Highest Level Since World War II

Jan 30, 2013 No Comments

By Elad Benari (www.israelnationalnews.com) Violent extremism is at its highest level in Europe since World War II and is becoming the continent’s top security threat, the European Union’s executive body said Monday, according to AFP. In a speech on the eve of talks on how to detect and prevent extremism, the EU’s commissioner for home affairs […]

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US Returns to Pressuring Israel on 2-State ‘Solution’

Jan 28, 2013 No Comments

by Chana Ya’ar (Arutz Sheva; israelnationalnews.com Washington has resumed pressuring Israel on the ultimate goal of dividing Jerusalem and handing Judea and Samaria to the Palestinian Authority in what it deems the “two-state solution” for peace, albeit with more subtlety than during President Barack Obama’s first term in office. Obama has not yet called Likud […]

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Son of Dudu

Jan 27, 2013 No Comments

By Ron Ross ( 27th January, 2013) We were driving to Beit Shemesh for important meetings with the new Mayor. Not far out of Jerusalem a red light started to show on the dash. The Bridges for Peace CEO Becky Brimmer was driving. Jerusalem is famous for its hills. We were alarmed when the car […]

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Fatah’s Armed Gangs Are Back

Jan 26, 2013 No Comments

By Khaled Abu Toameh Summary … After keeping a low profile for a few years, the Aqsa Martyrs Brigades — part of PA/PLO leader Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah terrorist group, has resurfaced in Judea and Samaria. It’s time for the US and EU, who fund and train the PA/PLO “security forces”, to demand that Abbas rein in […]

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Superman ‘the Voice of God.’

Jan 25, 2013 1 Comment

By Ron Ross (January 25, 2013) Faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive!  With these words Superman arrived. It was in the 1930’s when it all started.  Heroically the caped crusader battled evil and fought for ‘truth, justice and the American Way.’  Superman has moved through the generations with timely tweaks to keep […]

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