Michael Bloomberg commissioned poll to test presidential run: Zio-Watch, January 11, 2016

“The State of Israel has to stand strong and defend itself to prevent such a situation. This bill does not pretend to be the only solution, but it is an attempt to set a tough policy regarding those who try to harm Israel’s status and power,” it added.

“We have failed to assert our national interests, while we should have done that from the outset. Then the whole world could have been more balanced,” Putin said.


Russian President Vladimir Putin during an interview with Rossiya 1 TV anchor Vladimir Solovyov © Aleksey Nikolskyi

West fears recreation of Soviet Union, despite nobody planning one – Putin
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Jewish settler Refael Morris stands at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv Hadaat, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost January 5, 2016. © Ronen Zvulun Jewish settler Refael Morris stands at an observation point overlooking the West Bank village of Duma, near Yishuv Hadaat, an unauthorised Jewish settler outpost January 5, 2016. © Ronen Zvulun / Reuters

Israeli ministers have reviewed a draft bill demanding the labeling of products from EU countries which label goods from Israeli-occupied Arab settlements. While the bill was put on hold, it is not dead, its proponents believe.

The bill was introduced by members of the Knesset (MK) Shuli Moalem-Refaeli and Yinon Magal – both from the Jewish Home religious Zionist party. The draft law proposed mark the products from countries that label Israeli goods with the following: “Attention: This product is manufactured in a country that chose to label goods from the State of Israel”.

“The State of Israel is liable to face a wave of boycotts by European countries due to pro-Palestinian pressure,” the bill said, Haaretz reported.

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Every educated and intelligent person glories in the freedom of women in Western societies to exercise their talents to the full, and their freedom to walk safely in the streets of our great cities.

So what are the enlightened minds of the Left to do when news comes of revolting assaults on women in front of Cologne Cathedral, one of the jewels of European Christian culture in one of Germany’s proudest cities? And how are they to react when growing evidence suggests that at least some of the culprits are newly arrived migrants from the Muslim world?

With mumbled embarrassment and nasty jibes against those who have long opposed uncontrolled mass migration, that’s how.

Police drive back right-wing demonstrators with a water cannon in Cologne in the wake of the sexual assaults around Cologne's main station on New Year's Eve

As an illustration, I had a radio clash with the Guardian writer Gaby Hinsliff on Friday after she admitted that ‘liberals like me are reluctant to talk about it’. While rightly chiding her own side, she couldn’t resist dismissing opponents of mass migration as dinosaurs and their views as ‘frothing rage’. Here is the news, Ms Hinsliff. Those who for many years warned against non-selective mass immigration (and were dismissed as bigoted dinosaurs by people like her) were concerned about just this sort of problem.

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RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — A group of 40 retired Brazilian diplomats signed a statement against Israel’s controversial appointment of a former settler leader as ambassador in Brasilia.

The former diplomats said Israel bypassed protocol with its appointment of Dani Dayan because there was no prior communication with the Brazilian Foreign Ministry or any presentation of his credentials for an agreement.

“We consider it unacceptable. The rupture of the diplomatic practice seems to have been on purpose,” the diplomats wrote in the statement from Friday. “We support the Brazilian Government’s position on this issue and wish that the current episode is quickly overcome, so we can, together, strengthen the bonds between the two countries.”

The diplomats opposed remarks by Sen. Marcelo Crivella, who said last week that rejecting Dayan would convey a pro-boycott message and “the fact that he defends settlements in the West Bank is a weak motive for such discourtesy and so much political inability.”
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