“Universities and colleges are failing to protect Jewish students. It must stop.”
“The truly dangerous anti-Semitism, however, is coming from within the Democratic Party and its allies, often masquerading under the thinnest veneer of anti-Zionism. This growing bigotry has its origins in a vile alliance of the left and militant Islam (despite the obvious misogyny and homophobia of Islam — the left doesn’t care, for some reason). It has infected our college campuses to the degree that Jewish students often feel threatened and if they are supporters of Israel or (gasp!) Republicans, are forced to go underground in a democracy.”
Via Tablet & PJMedia
Israel will try once more to land a robot craft on the moon.
“The 5-foot-tall Beresheet 1, the world’s first privately funded moon lander, crashed into the moon while attempting a landing [April 11] Apparently, a technical glitch caused its main engine to stop mid-landing.”
The second attempt could take 2 to 3 years to get ready. If at first you don’t succeed…
“Maybe Israel could ignore the attacks on its border communities, but it cannot ignore the attacks on [Tel Aviv] its ‘Hill of Spring’ — one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Israel will have to awaken from its slumber and embrace the reality of being a society under siege, like Kiryat Shmona, Sderot, and other border towns.
“Israel will have to ignore the U.N., the New York Times, and the deluge of anti-Semitic opinion that condemns it whenever it rises to defend itself. It should embrace the Talmudic imperative: when they come to kill you, rise up and slay them first.”
Via American Greatness
“A spokesperson for Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., was forced to apologize on Tuesday for spreading the idea that Jews had dual-loyalty, thus demonstrating that liberal anti-Semitism is not confined to the utterances of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn…Belen Sisa, Sanders’ national deputy press secretary, left no doubt that she was questioning Jewish loyalty.”
Hey, it’s good enough for self-hating Bernie. Badabum.
We never knew how just was our cause until we entered the rotten interior of Germany and beheld for the first time the unbelievable results of Nazi greed and cruelty – the shallow, quick lime graves – the feeble thanks and tears of joy of the emaciated walking dead – the slave laborers, who were former free men in Europe – miserable wretches whose plight might well have been the lot of our own loved ones had we not succeeded.
May this history, then, be dedicated to those who died inconspicuously, but not in vain, that freedom might live.
—From the Combat History of the 137th US Infantry Regiment (Kansas National Guard), 35 US Infantry Division, which fought
from Normandy to the Elbe with the 1st, 3rd and 9th US Armies
Via commenter David All at Simply Jews
The Hebrew means Israel Lives! The English: Small Country, Big Dreams