Category Archives: Israel

Israel’s Not Terribly Corrupt

Comments at Steve Sailer: * According to Transparency International, Israel is ranked #28 on its corruption perceptions index, just above Poland and Portugal: It’s a credit to Israel’s institutions that it ranks that high, given that a lot of its … Continue reading

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Forever Pure – Beitar Jerusalem

Published on Apr 16, 2017: “Documentary which follows events at Israel’s most notorious football club. Beitar Jerusalem FC is the most popular team in Israel and the only club in the Premier League never to sign an Arab player. Midway … Continue reading

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Michael Oren: ‘Israel’s 1967 Victory Is Something to Celebrate’

For whom is it something to celebrate? For those who support the Jewish state. For those who want to destroy the Jewish state, it is something to mourn. Different groups have different interests. What is good for the Jews is … Continue reading

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Haaretz, I Didn’t Call for the Wholesale Killing of All Palestinians

Every victimology has a nationalism and every nationalism contains the capacity for genocide. I love the honesty and realism of the following essay: Haaretz: Israeli lawmaker Bezalel Smotrich: Any option leaving in place an Arab collective with national aspirations that … Continue reading

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Jews & Nationalism

Tobias Langdon writes: Here’s a quiz about Israeli politics. Are there any strongly identified Muslim or Christian Arabs high in Israel’s ruling conservative party? Do those Arabs write for Arab newspapers setting out the central principle of their lives: “Arabs … Continue reading

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