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Rachel Neuwirth, an internationally recognized, political commentator and analyst. She specializes in Middle Eastern Affairs with particular emphasis on Militant Islam and Israeli foreign policy. She has been published in prominent news papers of Europe, Asia and the US. She is frequently quoted by reputable Media.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, June 3, 2009 The Crime of Silence
This is what PM Netanyahu should have said, and what everyone who respects rational thought would have approved.
(10 comments) SHARE Monday, June 1, 2009 THE CRIME OF SILENCE
This is what PM Netanyahu should have said to President Obama when he met him on May 18; and this is what everyone who respects rational thought would have approved.
SHARE Thursday, February 5, 2009 HAS ISRAEL EMPLOYED DISPROPORTIONATE FORCE IN GAZA?
Hamas chose quite deliberately to dig in heavily populated areas, to fire at Israeli soldiers from schools, hospitals, and private homes, to booby-trap these schools, hospitals, and to offer fierce armed resistance in densely populated areas.
(4 comments) SHARE Tuesday, December 9, 2008 Mumbai and the Jewish 'Peace Camp.'
The Mumbai massacre offers yet another reminder that many Israeli and American Jewish "peaceniks," despite all their moralistic and idealistic blather, have hearts of stone.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, July 11, 2008 Deniers of Ancient Israelite History Exposed
Filmmaker Tim Mahoney's The Exodus Conspiracy, due to be released within a few months, seeks to demonstrate the historical accuracy of the Biblical narrative of the exodus of the children of Israel from Egypt on the basis of recent archaeological discoveries and geographic explorations.
(18 comments) SHARE Wednesday, April 16, 2008 The Expulsion Libel: 1948 Arab "Exodus" Reconsidered
It is high time that today's Arab leaders, and the Palestinian Arab terrorist organizations whom they finance and sponsor, cease to exploit, as a propaganda weapon in their ongoing war against Israel, the suffering that an earlier generation of Arab leaders inflicted on their own people.