Germany Has Acknowledged the Truth about Hizballah. The Rest of Europe Should Follow Suit

June 12 2020

On April 30, the German government ended its longstanding policy of recognizing a fictive distinction between Hizballah’s “military” and “political” wings. Beforehand, Berlin had banned the former, but allowed the latter entity to operate within its borders. Christoph Bernstiel, a German parliamentarian, urges the rest of Europe to follow his country’s example, and explains why:

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When Confronting Terrorists, Lethal Force Is Often Necessary

On Saturday, a Palestinian terrorist stabbed a passerby in Jerusalem, and was then shot dead by two border guards. As the second bullet hit him when he was already on the ground, some Israelis have accused the guards of wrongdoing; a misleadingly edited viral video has also brought more attention to the incident. The editors of the Jerusalem Post comment:

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More about: Israeli Security, Jerusalem, Knife intifada, Palestinian terror