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A Tale of Two Cities

I hold two cities in my heart and in my thoughts today. With one I rejoice. With the other, I mourn. I mourn with the great city of Manchester, as she buries twenty-two of her sons and daughters, the youngest no more … Continue reading

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Into the Inferno

So, it has started – the long-awaited ground offensive. To tell the truth, I feel deeply conflicted about this. On the one hand, there are bound to be more casualties – one Israeli soldier was killed already, yesterday evening, at … Continue reading

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Toulouse: All Over Bar the Shouting?

So it was Islamist terrorism after all! I should have known. There’s a direct line between Samir Kuntar, the Lebanese terrorist who smashed the skull of four-year-old Einat Haran in Nahariya in April 1979,  through Amjad and Hakim Awad, who … Continue reading

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