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No holds barred: In Seoul, talking about Israel and peace

No holds barred: In Seoul, talking about Israel and peace

The world has watched with horror over the last days as innocent men have been beheaded for no reason other than their citizenship. I delivered the following speech on Wednesday before some 100,000 people in Seoul’s Olympic Stadium. Halfway through the speech, a pro-Palestinian activist…

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Speaking Before 100,000 People In Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Korea

Speaking Before 100,000 People In Olympic Stadium in Seoul, Korea

Today was a remarkable day and it’s difficult for me to even convey the full color of it. I’ve spoken in stadiums before but never like today and never close to the same number. I delivered a speech at Seoul Olympic Stadium in South Korea…

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Naomi Wolf’s Misinformed and Disingenuous Defense of Hamas

Naomi Wolf’s Misinformed and Disingenuous Defense of Hamas

Recently, Naomi Wolf has stirred up a commotion over my recent column entitled, “Naomi Wolf’s Embrace of Hamas Spells the Fall of a Feminist Icon.” Naomi threatened legal action against The Jerusalem Post claiming that she does not in any way embrace Hamas. And just Wednesday, for the first…

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Naomi Wolf pulls out of our debate

Naomi Wolf pulls out of our debate

No one should be surprised that Naomi Wolf has chosen the cowardly path and pulled out of our scheduled debate for October 20th about her utterly false and ridiculous allegations of an Israeli genocide against the Palestinians. I have written several columns about Naomi’s new…

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Are Men Womanizers or Intimacy-Seekers?

Are Men Womanizers or Intimacy-Seekers?

Modern evolutionary science is adamant that men are possessed of a polygamous nature and seek the widest possible distribution of their gene pool. They are not naturally programmed to be with one woman but to disseminate their genetic material to the widest possible circle. Indeed…

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The Metropolitan Opera’s Romanticization of Terror

The Metropolitan Opera’s Romanticization of Terror

In October the Metropolitan Opera in New York City will stage The Death of Klinghoffer, a production that revolves around the tragic Achille Lauro hijacking by the Palestine Liberation Front of October, 1985. I have personally only seen Penny Woolcock’s TV-film adaption, and I’m guessing…

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Naomi Wolf’s Embrace of Hamas Spells the Fall of a Feminist Icon – Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

Naomi Wolf’s Embrace of Hamas Spells the Fall of a Feminist Icon – Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

This Thursday, September 11th, Naomi Wolf and I will be debating the question, “Is Israel Guilty of Genocide In Its War Against Hamas?” at the Manhattan Jewish Experience on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Naomi is a friend of mine. We both have history…

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Israel’s defense would benefit from converting 10 million people to Judaism

Israel’s defense would benefit from converting 10 million people to Judaism

Why isn’t this being effectively combated? Simply stated, there aren’t enough Jews in the world. The world Jewish community has recently been shaken to its core by the tsunami of anti-Semitism that has broken out in the wake of Israel’s third Gaza war. We have…

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WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SUPPORT ISRAEL

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SUPPORT ISRAEL

Dear Friends, Your support and encouragement for our latest advertising campaigns has been overwhelming. Our evocative ad campaigns — featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Observer, The Toronto Star,…

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‘The New York Times’ censors our anti-ISIS ad

‘The New York Times’ censors our anti-ISIS ad

The Times will publish the most awful Abu Ghraib photos – as it should – but will not publish a picture of an ISIS terrorist holding a knife standing alongside an American. ‘America reinforces its values and thus its security by being transparent about even…

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