Ibrahim showed that modern jihadists “belonging to groups such as ISIS are well-versed in Islamic historic military jurisprudence” and the Koran and point to historical precedents to justify their violence and brutality.
As a Christian, I have spent most of my life in pursuit of strengthening my faith. Yet I never understood for years how critical of a role standing with the Jewish people and their indigenous homeland played in this journey.
When authoritarian regimes lie to their own people about a worldwide, contagious disease, their lies have an impact on those of us who are otherwise mercifully spared from living under their direct jurisdiction.
The blue lights from TVs, tablets and smartphones will shine even brighter and will be attended to with even greater addiction—like zombies waiting for instructions, human contact eroded even further, our privacy invaded while feasting on more disinformation.
Zionist education is needed now more than ever. And yet, with the spread of coronavirus, the vital Zionist education work of synagogue schools, Jewish day schools, campus activist organizations, and Zionist youth groups is now greatly curtailed.
With Blue and White MKs bucking the will of their party leader Benny Gantz by rejecting an alliance with anti-Zionist parties, the chances Benjamin Netanyahu will continue as Israel’s longest-serving prime minister have improved dramatically.
Iran’s drive for regional hegemony and obsessive focus on assaulting Israel, combined with the coronavirus outbreak, have left it stretched thin. As a result, Jerusalem has a sad-but-real window of opportunity to act.
“I don’t think we need to have ground troops anywhere terrorists can gather because terrorists can gather anywhere in the world. But we do need intelligence capabilities and specialists on the ground,” said former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who served in Afghanistan.