Texas University Cancels Book with Israeli Authors
by Mark Tapson – Daily Mailer,FrontPage - May 30, 2012
Israel’s enemies are happy to ruin everything for everyone, even themselves, in their desperate, impotent compulsion to punish Israel
A female Arab author claims a “cherished victory” by forcing the University of Texas to scrap the publication of an anthology of women’s voices from the Middle East – because two of the twenty-nine writers were Israeli.
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at UT Austin was planning to publish the book in honor of the late American scholar Elizabeth Fernea, a professor there whose life and work were focused on the Middle East. Read more →
Restoring the Record: European Jews on the Eve of the Holocaust
by Rick Richman – PJ Media – May 21, 2012
A new book by Professor Bernard Wasserstein glosses over some important facts. Read more →
Leavenworth Ten: Are These Soldiers Really “Murderers”?
by Diana West – dianawest.net – May 19, 2012
Here I am again in the U.S. Read more →
Jewish Voice and Opinion, May 2012
After thinking long and hard about how to push back against anti-Israel bullies, Doris Wise Montrose, leader of the Los Angeles-based Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors (CJHSLA), came up with an idea: MyEretz.com, a new online shopping mall, the only one devoted exclusively to Israeli craftspeople and businesses and offering personalized virtual “storefronts.”
“So much media attention is given these days to groups trying to bring Israel to its economic knees that one might assume these protesters constitute a majority and are actually enjoying a significant impact. Read more →
The Iranian nuclear crisis is coming to a head as some intelligence reports indicate that Iran’s nuclear program may be only months from the “point of no return.” Skyrocketing oil prices, new sanctions, another round of international negotiations, a wave of aborted Iranian terrorist attacks, harsh statements from the White House, and tense talks between President Obama and visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu all point to a new stage in the crisis. Read more →