"The world is too much with us,” William Wordsworth famously complained.
The dramatic true story of how German Jews were rescued from Nazi submarines in 1940.
So says French prime minister Manuel Valls, joined by the whole of French history.
Historically, how different are Islamic terrorists from Nazis and Communists?
Edith Wharton didn't think F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby was a perfect book, and she told him so. But his anti-Semitic portrait of Meyer Wolfsheim, now that was perfect, even "masterly." What did Wharton know from Jews? Well, over a decade before, she'd created her own "perfect" Jew Simon Rosedale in her bestseller The House of Mirth. Show More Summary
When I'm asked if I feel safe in France as a Jew, I know what they really mean. My answer is always the same
Sometimes Jews in Israel may get unwanted attention from anti-Semites because of the yarmulkes (a.k.a. kippahs) they wear on their heads. One Israeli barber is helping them out by creating "magic" yarmulkes out of human hair.
Nope, the American neonazi's lot is not an easy one. Although I imagine it's a lot easier than it used to be! Robert Ransdell, the neo-Nazi who ran for U.S. Senate in Kentucky last year under the slogan “With Jews We Lose” – he didn’t win, by the way – was arrested in the Blue Grass State as he prepared to protest a Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary
An Israeli barber has fashioned what he calls “magic” yarmulkes out of hair, designed to allow religious Jews to cover their heads without attracting unwanted attention from anti-Semites according to the New York Post. Shalom KoreshShow More Summary
An Israeli barber has fashioned what he calls “magic” yarmulkes out of hair, designed to allow religious Jews to cover their heads without attracting unwanted attention from anti-Semites. Shalom Koresh said his skullcap, known as a yarmulke in Yiddish and a kippa in Hebrew, was inspired by rising anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere. He said […]
Solving the rebus at the top of this illustration in a 17th-century book requires understanding the meaning of the key-like item after the word "dames."It actually most closely resembles a jaw harp, a small instrument played with the mouth that produces a distinctive twanging sound. Show More Summary
A Neo-Nazi who ran for the United States Senate in Kentucky last year on a “With Jews We Lose” platform was arrested at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event earlier this week, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Don Terry reports. Robert Ransdell arrived at the government building in...
British journalist Douglas Murray provides a brilliant example of how to push back against a perverse narrative, after the Paris murders of journalists and Jews by fundamentalist Muslims. Murray begins by rejecting the premise of the...Show More Summary
A poignant examination of the faith.
Kuffar - Urban Dictionary Also spelled 'kafir' or ' kaffir ', Kuffar is a highly derogatory Arabic term used to refer to non-Muslims, though it is usually directed less against "People of the Book" (Christians and Jews) and more against others (Hindus, Buddhists, Shintoists, etc). Show More Summary
SPENGLER: Why Europeans Envy The Jews.
European Jews' feelings of insecurity are real and can’t be easily dismissed. But they are not an argument for an ethnically-exclusive state in the Middle East. Our modern communities must be built on multiculturalism and human rights, Antony Loewenstein argues.
Zionists have called on Jews to leave France because Israel is their true home. This idea has no connection to Jewish reality. And it gives Hitler a victory. Diaspora Jews should stay in their countries and help build them.
Politics is in large part a numbers game, and Jews are at a numerical disadvantage.
This has all the hallmarks of a false flag operation, I'm sure Paul Craig Roberts will be presently posting on the Ron Paul Institute. When the hell are we going to stand up to these Jews. The article is harrowing...