Tag Archive for Palestinians

Demand justice for murdered teens

Exclusive: Moshe Phillips and Benyamin Korn want U.S. to dump ‘restraint’ rhetoric Israel and the American Jewish community are in deep mourning over the brutal kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. But at…

White House seeks to replace Netanyahu?

By Aaron Klein    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama TEL AVIV – In recent weeks, representatives for the Obama administration have held meetings with a senior politician here in which the U.S. delegates brought up the…

Danon takes Netanyahu to court

By GIL HOFFMAN Deputy defense minister sues PM; asks judge to convene Likud convention of diplomatic process with Palestinians.       The Likud faced an internal battle at the Tel Aviv District Court Wednesday when the head of the Likud central…

Palestinian Aid Money ‘Disappears’

Over the past four years, the Palestinian Authority has managed to “lose” well nearly $3 billion in financial aid from Europe, according to a report by the European Court of Auditors that was leaked to Britain’s Sunday Times. The news…

Where should President Obama visit when he goes to Israel?

Moshe Phillips

Just hours after the announcement that President Obama would visit Israel, the U.S. ambassador in Tel Aviv, Daniel Shapiro, gave several interviews to Israeli media. To Israeli Army radio Shapiro said “We have a very complex agenda about Iran, Syria and the need to get Israel and the Palestinians back to the negotiating table, so it’s important to
begin as fast as possible.”

Perhaps before Team Obama attempts to compel Israel to create a second hostile Islamist terror statelet along yet another border (to match the Gazan terror statelet) they should tour around a little bit, you know, to get a sense of the place. Here’s a list of eight places they should visit in Israel that will help them to develop a more accurate picture of the struggle to build the Jewish State.

Acre Prison

Acre Prison is where Zionist leader Ze’ev Jabotinsky and his comrades were imprisoned by the British in 1920 for defending Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem from Arab rioters. Later the British imprisoned Irgun and Stern Group (LEHI) underground fighters in Acre. Several fighters were executed there by the British. The prison is perhaps best known for the escape of dozens of fighters during an underground raid that was depicted in Leon Uris’s novel Exodus and the subsequent movie.