Monthly Archives: June 2011

Of Heretics And Head-In-The-Sand Hebrews

Of Heretics And Head-In-The-Sand Hebrews by Gerald A. Honigman Jeremy Seth Davis is a freelance journalist. I came to know of him via a recent article of his, Heretic, which appeared in Tablet Magazine. I must admit that I have … Continue reading

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Flotilla of Duplicitous Cowards…

Flotilla Of Duplicitous Cowards… by Gerald A. Honigman So, another flotilla of pusillanimous hypocrites is about to set sail to support Arabs whose sole aim is the destruction of the sole Jewish state in existence. Scores of millions of non-Arab … Continue reading

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Happy 4th, America!…Israel and the Tall Ships Revisited

Happy 4th, America!…Israel and the Tall Ships Revisited by Gerald A. Honigman Where have the years gone? The decades? With another holiday celebrating American independence fast approaching, this still seems like it all happened yesterday. Indeed, it was one of … Continue reading

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The Real Quiet Corner In The Mideast…

The Real Quiet Corner In The Mideast… by Gerald A. Honigman The June 12th New York Times ran an article skewed against Israel by Helene Cooper, The Quiet Mideast Corner (Surprise). Shocking not…but given this paper’s duplicity towards the Jewish … Continue reading

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Hey Russell…Ya Made Mel Proud

Hey Russell…Ya Made Mel Proud! by Gerald A. Honigman It has recently been reported that in a recent Tweet, Russell Crowe–one of my former favorite actors–went off on a rant against the 4,000 year old Jewish practice of circumcision, calling … Continue reading

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44 Years Ago This Week…

June 5th, 2011: Forty-Four Years Ago This Week… by Gerald A. Honigman Jews demanded empathy from the world around them, not sympathy. For a brief period, they actually succeeded–at least in some circles. The message was… “forget about crocodile tears … Continue reading

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Abyei, Kirkuk, And Jerusalem…

Abyei, Kirkuk, and Jerusalem… The ABCs Of The Arab-Israeli Conflict by Gerald A. Honigman At first glance, Abyei, Kirkuk, and Jerusalem may appear as if they have very little in common. But take another look. There is at least one … Continue reading

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