Monthly Archives: March 2018


The geography textbook, meant for 15-year-old students and approved by the Belgian Education Ministry, shows an overweight Jew asleep in a bathtub, next to an impoverished elderly Palestinian with an empty bucket, in a chapter dealing with the topic of water distribution between Israelis and Palestinians.

The cartoon reads: “Amnesty International: Israel is denying Palestinians access to adequate water… while settlers enjoy lush lawns and swimming pools!”

‘Imagine the march of return along Israel’s main highway’

Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home), who also serves as a member of Israel’s Security Cabinet, spoke about the Gazans’ demonstration near the Gaza-Israel border, and about the danger to Israel if a Palestinian state were to be created.

“To all those who support a ‘two-state solution’ which involves handing Judea and Samaria over to create a Palestinian state: Imagine the ‘march of return’ that we’re seeing right now in Gaza, along Route 6. If we leave Judea and Samaria, that’s what we’ll receive,” Bennett said.

Route 6 is one of Israel’s main highways, and runs from the Shoket Interchange near Be’er Sheva in the south, to Ein Tut Interchange, south of Haifa, in the north. There are plans to extend the highway in both directions, and in some areas, Route 6 passes only a few kilometers away from Judea and Samaria.

The kapos within

More despicable than the terrorists

Hamas head Sinwar says Gaza protests will continue until border is erased

Looks like a lot more mangy Islamonazis will have to be eliminated before all this is over.

Just in case anybody forgot what Hamas’s ‘March of Return’ is really all about

Gaza’s terrorist rulers make no secret of their agenda. They are out to destroy Israel. Suicide bombers, rockets, and tunnels have failed. So now it’s mass marches on the border

2 British ISIS members say hostage beheadings were a ‘mistake’

Why are these two alive?

Organized crime behind contraband tobacco costs governments billions

Spend a few hours on some First Nations territories, and you’ll likely see a steady stream of non-Indigenous consumers buying tax-free cigarettes.

First Nations have treaty rights to produce and sell cigarettes tax-free on reserves.

“What we are doing is not criminal,” said Kahnawake Grand Chief Joseph Norton. “What we are doing is our right to do so.”