The Two-Faced Women Who Hate Israel – and Jews
By Prof. PHYLLIS CHESLER

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NEW YORK, NY — February 17, 2019 — Now that she has attacked Elliot Abrams, I wonder where Representative Ilhan Omar stands on the issue of Female Genital Mutilation(FGM) given that she is a Somali-American and the practice is pandemic among Somalis. No one has asked her about it publicly. I am asking her here. Many Westerners seem to believe that oppressed …

eHeziThe Two-Faced Women Who Hate Israel – and Jews
By Prof. PHYLLIS CHESLER

The Prophetic Ingathering and Final Rescue of Ethiopian Jews
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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  I’ve been called many things in my life, but never black. Until recently. I was visiting with a friend who is a black pastor in Chicago and at one point he burst out “you must be half black.” He meant it as a compliment, and I received it as such. Since then he’s invited me to speak in his …

Jonathan FeldsteinThe Prophetic Ingathering and Final Rescue of Ethiopian Jews
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

When Everybody Plays, We All Win!
By JOSEPH J. HORTON

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GROVE CITY, PA — February 12, 2019 — The most joy-filled people I saw during the Super Bowl were in a Microsoft commercial titled When Everybody Plays We All Win. We were introduced to six kids who love to play video games with their friends. Each of these beautiful kids has a physical limitation that makes using standard video-game controllers …

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By JOSEPH J. HORTON

Telling the Truth About Israel is a New Catch-22 Situation
By PHYLLIS CHESLER

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Earlier this month, I wrote a piece about why I would not be marching in any of the Women’s Marches. That piece went viral. For the first time in fifteen years, some left feminists linked to it and wrote that I had made important points that had never been made before. Some even said that they would not be marching. …

eHeziTelling the Truth About Israel is a New Catch-22 Situation
By PHYLLIS CHESLER

Concert: Singers Invited; German Requiem by Brahms

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BRONXVILLE, NY — January 22, 2019 — The Reformed Church of Bronxville is proud to present an afternoon of delightful chamber Music on Sunday, February 10th at 3:00 pm.  The concert will include the most prominent sonatas of Handel, Brahms and Franck, performed by world renowned musicians Dr. Christopher Lee, violin, winner of the J. S. Bach International Competition and …

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Venerable and God-bearing Father Anthony the Great – Commemorated on January 17th

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Saint Anthony the Great is known as the Father of monasticism, and the long ascetical sermon in The Life of Saint Anthony by Saint Athanasius, could be called the first monastic Rule. He was born in Egypt in the village of Coma, near the desert of the Thebaid, in the year 251. His parents were pious Christians of illustrious lineage. …

eHeziVenerable and God-bearing Father Anthony the Great – Commemorated on January 17th

The Significance of Trees in Biblical Prophesy and Modern Israel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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Trees are much more than ecological pillars. They are rich in biblical significance.  Living in Israel, we see this, and are blessed by it, every day. Ezekiel prophesied, when the Jewish people returned to the Land: “I will make them and the places all around My hill a blessing; and I will cause showers to come down in their season; …

Jonathan FeldsteinThe Significance of Trees in Biblical Prophesy and Modern Israel
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

FATAH: Coming Soon, Believe It or Not — Islamic Party of Ontario
By TAREK FATAH

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As people around the globe celebrate the New Year, for me 2019 is beginning just the way 2018 did — with a threat against me. Leading up to 2018, the threats against me were quite blatant, leading last year to the arrest of two would-be assassins in India. Even in Toronto, a Muslim cab driver pointed his fist at me …

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By TAREK FATAH

Christmas
By JOHN WILES

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I have some friends who don’t celebrate Christmas. They say Jesus wasn’t born on December 25th. They say the Christmas tree, holly and ivy, mistletoe, lights, ornaments, and, of course, Santa Claus, are all pagan trappings put on the birth of Christ to satisfy the Roman’s desire to appease everyone at the time the Christmas celebration was solidified by Emperor …

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By JOHN WILES