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  • Jewish occupation of Palestine 1917 - 2017Scott Stockdale
    December 13, 2017

    Since the 1917 Balfour Declaration - a public statement issued by the British government during World War I, announcing support for the establishment of a "national home for the Jewish people" in Palestine - a never-ending struggle for Palestinian statehood on Israeli occupied lands - with Jerusalem as the focal point - has continued unabated. Moreover, according to Yeshoshua Ben-Arich, a historical geographer at Hebrew University, it was the British who considered Jerusalem so important.

  • Jews under Muslim ruleDr. Ismail Zayid
    October 7, 2010

    Paul Bennett in his article (The Halifax Herald, Oct 3, 2010) "Tale of Jews under Muslim rule", reviewing the book: "In Ishmael's House", by Martin Gilbert, relates episodes of Muslims' ill-treatment of Jews. This account contradicts the universal history of Muslims and Jews living together in peace and friendship, until the recent introduction of Zionism. Testimony to this is manifold, and is confirmed by Jewish historians.

  • Jimmy Carter: 'Israelis' Policy Is to Confiscate Palestinian Territory'Elisabeth Braw
    December 2, 2012

    Israel and Gaza are again attacking each other, Syria is descending into civil war, four American diplomats killed in Libya: the Middle East is more fragile than ever. "Both sides should cease all hostilities," says former US President Jimmy Carter. "Israel should end its blockade of Gaza, and Western countries should work to facilitate reconciliation between Hamas and their Palestinian rival, Fatah. As long as Gaza remains isolated, the situation in and around Gaza will remain volatile."

  • John Robson: I can't vote for the Harper Conservatives. I just can'tJohn Robson
    August 13, 2015

    Elections are such infuriating spectacles that sometimes one doesn't know which obscenity to utter first. But I've decided to aim my initial outburst at the Harper Tories.

  • Jonathan Kay at it again, but why?The Canadian Charger
    June 23, 2011

    In his book Among the Truthers, Jonathan Kay asserts that society is at risk by what he refers to as "full-blown conspiracism." He further claims a universal regime of public education must be deployed to combat this "malady" before the so-called conspiracists - anyone who doesn't accept the official report of 9/11 - "have a chance to further infect our thinking."

  • Jonathan Kay attacks a "Truther" to introduce his Foxified account of 9/11Dr. Anthony J. Hall
    December 2, 2010

    Jonathan Kay has made it an issue of national news in The National Post that my graduate student, Joshua Blakeney, is the proud winner of the Queen Elizabeth II scholarship for academic excellence. This award will help Joshua in supporting his research for his MA thesis on the academic controversies surrounding the background, substance, and outgrowths of the events of September 11, 2001.

  • Jonathan Kay attacks academic freedomThe Canadian Charger
    December 2, 2010

    In 1998 Conrad Black - who was convicted in 2008 in the US for defrauding shareholders - handpicked a few extreme right wing writers to help him launch his Canadian newspaper the National Post. One of them - just out of university - was Jonathan Kay. Canadians rejected the paper and the National Post lost millions and still does. But Mr. Kay was promoted. Most of Mr. Kay's writings since 9/11 have been to defend the US official conspiracy theory regarding 9/11 and fiercely attack every academic who raises questions about its validity.

  • Jonathan Kay's mendacious propaganda: Is this the only "argument" the anti-truthers have? Dr. Kevin Barrett
    June 3, 2010

    In a piece headlined The Canadian Charger Magazine honours another 9/11 conspiracy theorist, Jonathan Kay of the National Post offers a perfect example of the debating technique of pro-Zionists and anti-truthers: (1) call your opponents names, and (2) lie shamelessly.

  • Joseph Boyden shames Harper for using the niqab as a race baitThe Canadian Charger
    November 7, 2015

    Best-selling author Joseph Boyden, whose novels such as Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce, portray First Nations characters and explore Canada's hidden and painful history, said he felt he had to speak up against what he characterized as Stephen Harper's race-baiting during the recent Canadian federal election.

  • Judaism and Zionism: A divorce in the making...?Alan Hart
    March 6, 2014

    Way back in October 2001, a prominent and widely respected liberal London rabbi, Dr. David Goldberg, made what I thought at the time was the most remarkable statement ever made by a Jew in the 53 years that had passed since the creation, mainly by terrorism and ethnic cleansing, of the Zionist (not Jewish) state of Israel. He said that Israel's "colonization" of Palestine had left many Jews "questioning their unconditional support for Israel." Then this: "It may be time for Judaism and Zionism to go their separate ways."

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