Heroines of Moral Courage: The Little Sisters of the Poor Against Pennsylvania
By JOHN A. SPARKS

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GROVE CITY, PA — May21, 2020 —This is the third time that the Institute for Faith and Freedom has carried an opinion piece on the Little Sisters of the Poor (LSP) and their Supreme Court fight. This 181-year-old religious order is renowned for its generosity and kindness to the poor and needy. The Sisters would seem to be unlikely litigants …

TribuneHeroines of Moral Courage: The Little Sisters of the Poor Against Pennsylvania
By JOHN A. SPARKS

Mosque Loudspeaker Saga Continues
By TAREK FATAH

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TORONTO, ONTARIO — May 11, 2020 —Last week when I wrote about a single mosque in Toronto using four loudspeakers to declare “Allah is the Greatest” and that there is “No God, but Allah,” I thought it was the case of one mosque, a few zealots and their formerly communist councillor investing in her Muslim vote bank. I was wrong. …

TribuneMosque Loudspeaker Saga Continues
By TAREK FATAH

American Islamists Remain Silent on Armenian Genocide
HESHAM SHEHAB

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Historians generally mark the beginning of the Armenian Genocide with the arrest of 250 Armenian intellectuals by Turkish authorities on April 24, 1915. What followed that fateful date is one of the single greatest tragedies in human history; a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing, mass deportation, and forced starvation that would last for eight years and result in the premature …

TribuneAmerican Islamists Remain Silent on Armenian Genocide
HESHAM SHEHAB

Yom Hazikaron – A Memorial Day to Remember
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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How the twin sister of an American Christian murdered by terrorists in Israel copes with loss and not being part of the wider community observing Memorial Day. JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — April 24, 2020 — I met Kristine Luken posthumously. She and a mutual friend, Kay Wilson, were victims of an unspeakable terror attack in Israel in December 2010. Miraculously, Kay survived. …

Jonathan FeldsteinYom Hazikaron – A Memorial Day to Remember
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

No Break for Islamist Hate
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

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At a time when the lives of the people of Egypt have been, like the lives of most people around the world, disrupted by coronavirus; at a time when Egyptians, like others, are wearing masks, staying indoors and social distancing—a group of undeterred Islamic terrorists were preparing to launch a major terror strike on Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox churches during their …

Raymond IbrahimNo Break for Islamist Hate
By RAYMOND IBRAHIM

Oberammergau and The Bubonic Plague (1946)
By Prof. JOHN Q. BARRETT

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QUEENS, NY — April 12, 2020 — On Thursday, April 18, 1946, the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg recessed for the next four days, for the impending Easter observance.  The recess allowed some of the leading French and British participants in the trial, both judges and prosecutors, to return to their homes and families on brief holidays. Participants from the …

TribuneOberammergau and The Bubonic Plague (1946)
By Prof. JOHN Q. BARRETT

Confronting the Anti-Semitism of Rick Wiles
By MICHAEL L. BROWN and JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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ISRAEL — April 6, 2020 — In the midst of the global Coronavirus pandemic, as we all pray and guard our behaviors in order to ensure the health and safety of ourselves and of our neighbors to prevent its spreading, noted anti-Semitic “Christian pastor” and “broadcaster” Rick Wiles has proven that while there will be a cure for Coronavirus, there is …

Jonathan FeldsteinConfronting the Anti-Semitism of Rick Wiles
By MICHAEL L. BROWN and JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Dear Ardsley Community
By Village of Ardsley Mayor NANCY KABOOLIAN

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ARDSLEY, NY — April 5, 2020 — The number of confirmed cases is rising and the reality and sadness of COVID-19 is hitting home. As of Friday, there are 31 confirmed cases in the Village of Ardsley. Again, as I have previously written this number completely underestimates the true story. It also does not take into account the number of confirmed cases in …

TribuneDear Ardsley Community
By Village of Ardsley Mayor NANCY KABOOLIAN

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Participate by calling: (347) 205-9201. Listen to this broadcast “Live” or “On Demand” via the Internet … http://tobtr.com/s/11702672  Please note the broadcast goes “live” at 10am EST sharp  and is archived within 15 minutes after the 12 Noon conclusion of the broadcast. The topics/subjects of discussion are defined herein:  WHITE PLAINS, NY, PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, CHAPPAQUA, NY and YONKERS, …

eHeziJohn Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher/Editor; Michael Edelman,Esq., Political Analyst / Pundit; Tracy Conte, Ability Beyond Director of Development and the “No Go Gala!”; and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level, Monday, April 6, 2020 @10am EST