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  • June 25, 2014

    Another cover-up of genocide

    Jerusalem Post (with Rafael Medoff)

    Twenty years ago this week, machete-wielding militias of the Hutu tribe in Rwanda were carrying out nationwide massacres of members of the country's ethnic minority, the Tutsis. Detailed information about the genocide began reaching the West almost as soon as it started.

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  • June 23, 2014

    The world's cruel indifference to Israel's plight

    Haaretz

    As the search continues for the three teenagers who were kidnapped while hitchhiking to their settlement in the West Bank over a week ago, Israel's historical dilemma regarding terrorism is starting to come with a hitch: The sympathy the western world once lavished on the Jewish state has lessened to the point of near indifference.

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  • June 12, 2014

    Does Cantor's defeat signal the end of the American Jewish Golden Age in Congress?

    Haaretz

    Aside from the Jewish kings Saul, David, Solomon and, of course, Netanyahu when it came to serving in an official governmental capacity, the highest position a Jew could once hope to achieve was limited to Court Jew you know, Joseph, Mordechai, Mayer Rothschild, Rabbi Stephen Wise and, of course, Henry Kissinger.  Valued for their wisdom on matters of finance and policy, they earned the sovereign's trust but could never receive the public's vote as elected representatives.

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  • June 8, 2014

    Fascism is Fashionable Again in Europe

    Daily Beast

    Fascism is back in fashion nearly all throughout Europe. Elections for the European Parliament, with ballots cast in 28 countries, produced a startling victory for the sort of political parties that are normally not invited to fashionable parties.

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