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September 26, 1947: Killings in British mandate Palestine

On this day in 1947 the Israeli terrorist group Irgun killed four British policeman during a bank robbery.

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There is more than enough blame on both sides for the ongoing violence in Israel/Palestine

The sovereign right to protect one’s nation from terrorists should not include methods that just create the conditions for more terrorism.

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Are pro-Palestinian protests also pro-terrorism?

While you would have to be heartless not to feel for the suffering in Gaza why can’t Palestinian activists feel for the suffering of Israelis?

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Pro-Palestinians Doth Protest Too Much

Pro-Palestinian protests have a serious credibility problem when they do not denounce Hamas terrorism and target synagogues

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The Week in Terrorism: March 11-17, 2024

There were very few terrorist attacks around the world this week with very few fatalities (10). Like every single other attack so far this year, all were Islamist in nature.

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How NOT to Win Friends and Influence People

What do we do with a UN refugee agency that appears to be in cahoots with a jihadi organisation?

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We Mustn’t Forget What Triggered the War on Terrorists in Gaza

Calling for a ceasefire in Gaza has merit but we must also recognise there would be no war in the first place if Hamas were not there

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An Intelligent Way to Look at the Hospital Bombing in Gaza

Good intelligence from a variety of sources can help us understand events but it cannot eliminate deep-seated biases and distrust

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We Shouldn’t Be Seeing Celebratory Scenes in Toronto Supporting the Terrorist Attacks in Israel

Supporting Palestine is one thing, supporting a terrorist group like Hamas is quite another…and unacceptable

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Has Israel joined the ‘terrorist state’ list?

If Israel can have a terrorist as its national security minister does this make it a ‘terrorist state’? Hmmm, an interesting question.