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The Daily Syndicate
Monday, January 7, 2019
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Before Israel visit, Pence reassures Jordan and Egypt of US role in peace process 111
January 21, 2018
Ahead of a two-day trip to Israel, Vice President Mike Pence visited neighboring Jordan and Egypt in an attempt to strengthen U.S. ties with the two Arab allies, and to reassure the countries’ leaders of America’s role as a peace broker between Israelis and Palestinians.
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IDF carries out manhunt in Jenin to apprehend terrorists behind drive-by shooting
January 18, 2018
The IDF carried out a manhunt in the Palestinian-controlled city of Jenin on Wednesday night to apprehend suspects in the drive-by shooting terror attack that killed Rabbi Raziel Shevach.
Banning BDS groups from entering Israel is necessary and just
Morton Klein and Liz Berney
No sovereign nation should permit the entry of those dedicated to its destruction. Israel, like every nation, has a duty to protect itself, write Morton A. Klein and Liz Berney of the Zionist Organization of America.
Mahmoud Abbas has a problem with women
Stephen M. Flatow
JNS columnist Stephen M. Flatow asks: Why is it that every time a female U.S. government official says something that the PA doesn’t like, PA leaders respond by making a disparaging remark related to the fact that she is a woman?
Falsely accused of spying for Israel, Jewish engineer seeks long-awaited redemption
Detroit Jewish News/JNS
January 17, 2018
For the past 33 years, David Tenenbaum has worked as a civilian engineer at the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command. During a significant part of that time, Tenenbaum says he was subjected to vile anti-Semitism from co-workers and from the Army itself. He recounts how he has been harassed, intimidated and accused of spying for Israel.