http://www.jewishpress.com/ Like all good things, this article started with an innocent press release from the U.S. State Department: “The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the American Alliance of Museums, announced on Wednesday the selection of 11 new projects as part of the Museums Connect program. Museums Connect […]
THE PROGRAMS CONDUCTED AT HILLEL ORGANIZATIONS ARE DETERMINED BY THE INDIVIDUAL LEADERS AT THE CAMPUSES….THEY INCLUDE PERNICIOUS PROPAGANDA FROM MUSLIM “INTERFAITH’ GROUPS, J STREET AND THE OLIVE TREE INITIATIVE ABOUT WHICH I WILL POST A REPORT. EVEN IF THE HEAD OF HILLEL WERE ZEEV JABOTINSKY, THE INDIVIDUAL CAMPUSES ACT AUTONOMOUSLY AND DEPEND ON PARENT AND ALUMNA CONTRIBUTIONS….AND CAN BE THWARTED BY PARENT AND STUDENT INTERVENTION…..RSK
The desk where the buck will stop at Hillel headquarters is about to get a new occupant. There are those who worry that a recent, perhaps accelerating Hillel trend towards allowing everyone “in the tent” will come to mean that there are no standards at all.
Hillel: the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, serves Jewish students in more than 500 universities worldwide, the vast majority of which are in the United States. The annual operating budget is just under $90 million.
But while Hillel is “the largest Jewish campus and community-based organization in the world serving the college-age population,” some wonder whether the orientation which is increasingly about “self-authorship” regarding Jewish practice, is likewise so open-ended about support for Israel that the words mean very little.
For instance, in the last year, the venomously anti-Israel group “Breaking the Silence”, an organization which exists solely to demonize the Israel Defense Forces, has been welcomed into Hillel, the Jewish communal home on campus. And this didn’t only happen on the west coast University of California at Berkeley, as suggested in an article by JNS.com reprinted in EJewishPhilanthropy.org.
http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3846/britain-child-grooming “As one police officer said to me, ‘There isn’t a town, village or hamlet in which children are not being sexually exploited.’ We should start from the assumption that children are being sexually exploited right the way across the country.” — Sue Berelowitz, Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England A court in London has sentenced […]
Girls on Palestinian TV Call Jews ‘Barbaric Monkeys’ and ‘Wretched Pigs’ Her poem:
Oh, you who murdered Allah’s pious prophets (i.e., Jews in Islamic tradition)
Oh, you who were brought up on spilling blood
You have been condemned to humiliation and hardship.
Oh Sons of Zion, oh most evil among creations
Oh barbaric monkeys, wretched pigs
My respone and counterverse :
Dear adorable little maggot: So much poise. Such a precocious little reciter of poetry. Stop and think dear little one. Here is my verse.
You whose people murdered children in schools and babies in their cribs.
You who were brought up on spilling blood.
You who have been condemned to humiliation and hardship by your barbaric leaders.
Oh child of jihad the most evil among ideologies.
You who personify “monkey see, monkey do.”
There is a saying “pigs might fly”….did you ever hear of Israel’s Air Force?
http://www.andrewbostom.org/blog/2013/07/10/educating-daniel-pipes-on-islamic-antisemitism/ It is common knowledge to every schoolboy and even every Bachelor of Arts, That all sin is divided into two parts. One kind of sin is called a sin of commission, and that is very important, And it is what you are doing when you are doing something you ortant, And the other kind […]
Boko Haram Increasingly Turn To Killing Children to Get Attention Boko Haram Increasingly Turn To Killing Children to Get Attention: Unable to hit well defended military and government targets, Boko Haram has recently concentrated on schools. In the last month nearly fifty teachers and students have been killed and several schools damaged by fire and […]
http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/egypts-army-chief-trained-at-army-war-college-in-pennsylvania?f=puball With unrest in Egypt, U.S. military officials looking for insight might test the ties they formed with the Egyptian defense minister, Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, when he was a student at the Army War College. “In this little historical Pennsylvania town, the most important school in the world operates under the radar,” said retired […]
HE IS A NASTY LITTLE CREEP BUT AS ALAN CARUBA SAYS: “Maybe Snowden is a hero? There are such people, you know. Or a dupe? That’s possible, too. One thing is sure, more and more Americans are coming to fear the current administration..”
Interesting to see how Edward Snowden, former employee of a National Security Agency contractor, has dropped off the front pages; how quickly he has become “old news”.
The leaders of the European Union are shocked to learn that the U.S. spies on them. Since their own spy agencies routinely share information with the intelligence agencies of our government, it did not come as a big a surprise to them.
The real surprise is how much spying our government does on American citizens.
Even in the days when the Continental Congress sent representatives to France to negotiate deals to acquire arms and secure its support for our Revolution the British spied on them, opening their mail, and such. George Washington won the Revolution in large part to an excellent network of his own spies. Spying is as old as mankind.
Now, having embarrassed the President and the National Security Agency, Edward Snowden is not likely to be granted asylum in Russia. The odds are that Snowden has been a witting or unwitting agent of what used to be called the KGB and now goes by the name of the Federal Security Services, FSB. It is responsible for internal security and counter-intelligence.
http://frontpagemag.com/2013/davidhornik/backing-egypts-al-sisi-good-for-the-west/ Tense calm prevailed in Egypt on Tuesday. The new military-led government laid out a timetable for returning to some semblance of civilian democracy in about six months. The government also appeared to have come up with a broadly acceptable, technocratic, interim prime minister in Hazem el-Biblawi, an economist and former finance minister. Saudi Arabia […]
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323936404578582133236947310.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_LEFTTopOpinion Having spent months searching for Bonaparte’s fleet, Horatio Nelson’s task force finally found it anchored in Aboukir Bay, Egypt, on Aug. 1, 1798. In the ensuing attack, in which the French got hammered from both inside and outside their line of anchorage, one of HMS Swiftsure’s midshipmen observed the devastation aboard the French flagship, […]