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An Anti-Semitic Caricature of Me Generates No Criticism from Berkeley Hard Left by Alan M. Dershowitz

I was recently invited to present the liberal case for Israel at Berkeley. In my remarks I advocated the establishment of a Palestinian state and a negotiated end of the conflict. I encouraged hostile questions from protestors and answered all of them. The audience responded positively to the dialogue.

Militias vs. Palestinian “Reconciliation” by Khaled Abu Toameh

The notion that Hamas would ever dismantle its security apparatus and deliver the Gaza Strip to Mahmoud Abbas’s forces is a fantasy.It is estimated that there are about 50 different militias operating in the Gaza Strip. These militias are said to be in possession of about a million pieces of weaponry.

Facebook, Social Media, Aiding Jihad; Censoring Those Who Counter Jihad by Benjamin Weingarten

That major technology companies are openly stifling the free speech of people trying to counter jihad is bad enough; what is beyond unconscionable is that they simultaneously enable Islamic supremacists to spread the very content that the counter-jihadists have been exposing.

Lower Voter Turnout, Clashes Mark Kenya’s Presidential Poll Re-run

Thursday’s repeat of Kenya’s presidential election has been marred by clashes between police and protesters, as well as unopened polling stations in opposition strongholds.

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: The Role of Islamist Terrorists by Lawrence A. Franklin

Although no one is recommending the horrors of murder or mass-expulsions, little attention has been paid to Rohingya ties to international Islamic terrorism.

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