Articles By: Victor Sharpe

Southern aerial view of the Temple Mount (Photo credit: Andrew Shiva)

Muslim Riots and Media Frenzy

Jews have been living continuously in Jerusalem under successive alien occupations since they lost their ancient sovereignty in the city to the Romans in AD 70. But since the 1840s they have constituted the largest population in what is now Israel’s ancient and modern capital city.

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If the Iran Deal Isn’t Insanity, What Is?

If the Iran Deal Isn’t Insanity, What Is?

Even as the sell-out by Kerry and Obama was proceeding, the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tweeted “Death to America,” and Iranian rent a mob loony tunes in their thousands demonstrated in Tehran under the watchful eyes of the feared police - even as gays were hanging from cranes where they had been lynched by the regime.

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The Choice: War and Dishonor

The Choice: War and Dishonor

One year before World War Two broke out, members of the British Parliament, save for a tiny few, were cheering Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain who had returned from Germany triumphantly proclaiming, “Peace in our Time,” while holding a forlorn and fluttering piece of paper with Adolf Hitler’s name on it.

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How to Respond to Palestinian Atrocities

How to Respond to Palestinian Atrocities

We can respond, but not in kind. A principled Israeli government should create Jewish and Zionist facts in direct response to Islamic hate.

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Welcome to the Church of Climate Change

Welcome to the Church of Climate Change

With the world going to hell in a hand-basket, ISIS spreading like a hideous pestilence across more and more areas of the globe, the United States fast descending into a soft tyranny with its Constitution laying in tatters, all thanks to the benighted presidency of one, Barack Hussein Obama, what does this resident of the Oval office choose to proclaim? “Climate change is the biggest threat to the world.”

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Southern aerial view of the Temple Mount (Photo credit: Andrew Shiva)

Security, Vital, and National Patrimony not Negotiable

The hope is that many throughout the world – of all faiths or none – will more than ever be educated finally in the eternity of Israel; that the Jewish people alone have sovereignty from the Great Sea to the Jordan River, even unto Gilead, and that the Jewish People are not “foreign conquerors or settlers” in their own ancestral and biblical land.

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Dhimmitude: Know it, Live it, Love it

Dhimmitude: Know it, Live it, Love it

Ask people in the United States what a dhimmi is and perhaps a handful might know. In Europe, and as far as India and the far east, the number would be higher because of latent memories of battles fought against invading Moslem armies across the span of centuries.

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USS Theodore Roosevelt (Photo credit: Photographer's Mate Airman Eben Boothby)

President Obama’s Theater of the Absurd

Putting a nuclear powered 100,000 ton aircraft carrier, the USS Theodore Roosevelt, in the Gulf of Aden along with other U.S. naval assets, was presumably to warn off Iranian freighters bringing arms supplies to the Houthi rebels in Yemen. Yet both the White House and State Department refused to give any assurances to reporters that those Iranian ships would ever be boarded.

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The Rising Storm of Anti-Semitism

The Rising Storm of Anti-Semitism

This year April 15th marked Holocaust Remembrance Day which should remind us of the horrors perpetrated by Nazi Germany and its European allies against the stateless and hapless Jews a mere 70 years ago. It is no accident to reflect upon the name of the largest Jewish cemetery in the world: It is called: Europe.

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Crying Peace, When None is to be Found

Crying Peace, When None is to be Found

Islam, which was described by no less than Winston Churchill as an ideology wrapped in a religion, will never allow its adherents to accept a non-Muslim state in land previously conquered in the name of Allah. That applies to Israel and equally to European countries it once occupied - Spain, Portugal, Greece, Sicily, the Balkans, and other lands in between.

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