The Saladin Paradigm: Finding the ‘Good’ in Islamic Terrorists
By Raymond Ibrahim

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October 11, 2021 — A “moderate” Muslim cleric and counter-terrorism advisor to the UK government was recently caught on film referring to Israel as a “terrorist state” and praising “martyrs”—jihadist code for suicide bombers. During his speech, Imam Irfan Chishti told the crowd that “if they wanted to become ‘mujahideen,’ holy warriors, then they should emulate the Muslim general Saladin, …

Raymond IbrahimThe Saladin Paradigm: Finding the ‘Good’ in Islamic Terrorists
By Raymond Ibrahim

Yonkers Tribune and Westchester On the Level Will Be Closed Tuesday and Wednesday, September 28th and 29th.

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YONKERS, NY — September 27, 2021 — In deference to and in celebration of Simchat Torah the Yonkers Tribune will return online on September 29th from 10pm onward, and in the morning of September 30th on the Westchester On the Level podcast. Got a tip, comment or story idea?  Contact Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris  By eMail or Google Voice: 1-914-512-8095

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Us vs. Them — Why We Remember 9/11 Differently
By Dr. Paul G. Kengor

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GROVE SITY, PA — September 23 2021 — On Sept. 8, 2021, Grove City College President Paul McNulty spoke in downtown Pittsburgh regarding his uniquely fascinating yet somber 9/11 experiences. He played an intimate role in the prosecution of the hijackers and their associates as U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and deputy attorney general in the Bush …

TribuneUs vs. Them — Why We Remember 9/11 Differently
By Dr. Paul G. Kengor

The Fourth Rome
By Paul F. Petrick, Esq.

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CLEVELAND, OH — September 18, 2021 — When it comes to ostentatious displays of grandeur, there ain’t no party like a Communist Party. The festivities in Tiananmen Square commemorating the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th birthday on July 1st were a sight to behold.  Donning a Mao suit and standing behind a podium adorned with a hammer and sickle, Xi Jinping, …

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By Paul F. Petrick, Esq.

They Love Us, They Love Us Not
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — August 17, 2021 — In recent years, I have been uplifted by a relationship with a young Polish man from the town where my grandmother was born, and from which, thankfully, she fled. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be here to write this. “P” is bright, energetic, and passionately committed to documenting even minor details of the existence of …

Jonathan FeldsteinThey Love Us, They Love Us Not
By Jonathan Feldstein

Israel and Jordan Sign Agricultural Agreement Ahead of Sabbatical Year
By DAVID HELLERMAN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — August 17, 2021 — “Shmita” is the Biblical commandment for the land of Israel to lie fallow every seven years. Israel and Jordan signed an agreement to boost agricultural cooperation and sales ahead of the approaching Jewish sabbatical year. “Shmita,” as it is referred to in Hebrew, is the Biblical commandment for the land of Israel to …

TribuneIsrael and Jordan Sign Agricultural Agreement Ahead of Sabbatical Year
By DAVID HELLERMAN

Canadian Church-Hate Comes for Coptic Christians
By Raymond Ibrahim

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SURREY, METRO VANCOUVER MUNICIPALITY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — AUGUST 4, 2021 — A Coptic Christian church was recently burned to the ground—not in Egypt, where the torching of Coptic churches is not an uncommon occurrence, but in Canada, also known as “the church-burning centre of the Western world.” In the early morning hours of July 19, St. George Coptic Orthodox …

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“Til Kingdom Come” – What Christians are Saying  
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — July 26, 2021 — An article I wrote last week about misleading inaccuracies in the recent Israeli film, “Til Kingdom Come,” received wide interest from Jews and Christians alike. The film purports to present why Christians support Israel, largely resting on Christian end time theology and support for Donald Trump.  It depicts this support, and the receptivity of …

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By Jonathan Feldstein

God Works in Mysterious Ways
By Bob Weir

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — July 11, 2021 — We hear a lot about road rage these days as the complexities of life cause stress and anger that often results in deadly consequences. Recently, during a Bible study session at my home, a friend, whom I’ll refer to as Gregg, told us about a road confrontation which occurred a few days …

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Future Hope: Walking and Rocking for a Fossil Fuel Free World
By Ted Glick

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BLOOMFIELD, NJ — July 1, 2021 — When the planning began, four or so months ago, for what became a nine-day, 175 mile, 2021 Walk For Our Grandchildren that ended two days ago, the pandemic was still strong. It was weakening, as the Biden Administration from day one made its defeat its top priority, but up until a month or so …

TribuneFuture Hope: Walking and Rocking for a Fossil Fuel Free World
By Ted Glick