Kashrut in the United Arab Emirates Is a Sign of a Warm Peace

Sept. 10 2020

While Israel made peace with Egypt in 1978 and Jordan in 1994, and cooperates closely with both countries on matters of intelligence and security, it has not managed to establish friendly relations with either. There is limited trade, and less tourism; Egyptians and Jordanian who visit Israel risk being greeted with opprobrium when they return, and their parliaments and media tend to be intensely anti-Israel, if not anti-Semitic. By contrast, American, Israeli, and Emirati leaders have stressed their hope that the normalization of relations between Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi will lead to a warm peace—a “peace between peoples” rather than merely governments. Jeremy Sharon reports on one bit of evidence that this might be true:

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More about: Israel-Arab relations, Kashrut, United Arab Emirates

How Palestinian Authority Incitement Led to the Murder of an Israeli Jogger

Jan. 15 2021

On December 20, a Palestinian waited in a wooded area near a Jewish village in northern Israel in the hope of encountering a victim. Soon enough he spotted Esther Horgan walking home from an evening jog and killed her by beating her with a rock. He later told the police that he did the deed to avenge the death of Kamal Abu Wa’er, a terrorist in Israeli custody. Itamar Marcus explains:

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More about: Anti-Semitism, Fatah, Palestinian Authority, Palestinian terror