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Column: Like Thieves in The Night? A Professor and Friends – Not Rowdy Teens – Suspected Of Pulling Off The Great Israel Sign Heist

Column: Like Thieves in The Night? A Professor and Friends – Not Rowdy Teens – Suspected Of Pulling Off The Great Israel Sign Heist

Mariana Chilton, a Drexel University professor, faces charges for stealing pro-Israel signs. She admitted the act to police, suggesting returning the signs. Drexel placed her on administrative leave.

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Column: A Catch-22 That Protects Anti-Israel Offenders at Columbia

Column: A Catch-22 That Protects Anti-Israel Offenders at Columbia

Thirty anti-Israel protesters at Columbia University had trespassing charges dismissed due to lack of criminal history, complicating future prosecutorial efforts and sparking political controversy.

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Column: Anti-Israel Cowards of the Campuses

Column: Anti-Israel Cowards of the Campuses

The New York parade celebrating Israel saw a strong police presence deterring pro-Palestinian protesters, highlighting tensions and the different responses to civil disobedience and law enforcement crackdowns.

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Column: Biden’s Israel Vise: So Little Sense, So Much Hustling

Column: Biden’s Israel Vise: So Little Sense, So Much Hustling

President Biden withheld bomb delivery to Israel, influenced by political pressures and potential voter backlash, while facing criticism both domestically and internationally. Critics worry about the impact on U.S.-Israel relations and Democratic policies.

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Column: Now The World Can See That Pro-Arab Activists Are Mashugah

Column: Now The World Can See That Pro-Arab Activists Are Mashugah

Sahar Tartak, a Jewish Yale student, was attacked by a student with a Palestinian flag at an anti-Israel protest, leading to hospitalization. Protests at various universities persistently disrupt and intimidate, challenging campus policies and escalating tensions, culminating in numerous arrests and administrative actions.

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Column: Do Not Expect a Cease-Fire in Gaza to Cease Fire

Column: Do Not Expect a Cease-Fire in Gaza to Cease Fire

They demand a cease-fire in Manhattan, in south Holland, in London. What they do not guarantee is whether Hamas will honor a cease-fire – a cease-fire with no conditions. All this misery started with a cease-fire already in effect between Israel and Hamas, at 6:30 a.m. on Oct. 7. Then …

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Column: Gaza and the Vulnerable President

Column: Gaza and the Vulnerable President

On Oct. 6, it would have been reasonable to predict that Biden or any Democratic nominee might sweep the six swing states, especially Michigan. After Oct. 7, Biden’s campaign could be imperiled in the aftermath of Hamas’ slaughter of 1,200 people in southern Israel.

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Column: A Future for Israel?

Column: A Future for Israel?

“Palestinians Must Have Hope for a Brighter Future,” urges a New York Times headline. It tops a Thanksgiving Day opinion piece authored by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont. Hope for what? To kill more Jews? What about hope for the Jewish people?

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Column: Vegas-style Reporting Out of Israel

Column: Vegas-style Reporting Out of Israel

What is not fit to print is printed. What is fit to print is not printed. These are two glaring examples of what passes for coverage of Israel in two major daily newspapers. One publishes a distorted article, the other ignores significant news. A Jewish weekly even discards news that is important to its ethnic readership.

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