Informed Comment, August 12, 2014

Stationed [in Italy] was the small Jewish logistical support formation enlisted by the British in Palestine. Its main piece of equipment was exactly what the Zionist organizers most needed, the truck, and they were also decked out in British army uniforms and armed with British army documents. Under Zionist orders and literally under British noses, they ranged throughout Italy, gathering displaced persons in their trucks and delivering them to ships that had been hired by the Zionists to smuggle them into Palestine.

Haaretz, Apr 23, 2017


Marine Le Pen casts her vote in the first-round of the presidential election on April 23, 2017. Frank Augstein/AP

 

“If Marine Le Pen is elected president of France, the Jews must leave,” Lazar said, according to a transcription of his address at the conference provided by Limmud FSU.

Haaretz, Dec. 24, 2016

United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power addresses media following a United Nations Security Council vote, December 19, 2016. Reuters / Andrew Kelly

The settlement problem has gotten so much worse that it is now putting at risk the very viability of that two-state solution. The number of settlers in the roughly 150 authorized Israeli settlements east of the 1967 lines has increased dramatically. Since the 1993 signing of the Oslo Accords – which launched efforts that made a comprehensive and lasting peace possible – the number of settlers has increased by 355,000. The total settler population in the West Bank and East Jerusalem now exceeds 590,000. Nearly 90,000 settlers are living east of the separation barrier that was created by Israel itself. And just since July 2016 – when the Middle East Quartet issued a report highlighting international concern about a systematic process of land seizures, settlement expansions, and legalizations – Israel has advanced plans for more than 2,600 new settlement units.

Haaretz, Feb. 24, 2016

 

The drug cost about 40,000 shekels (about $10,000) per treatment, and was supposed to be administered every three weeks. No one could say how many treatments to anticipate.

The Nation, February 21, 2017