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Stop this “Pay for Slay” Insanity

Taylor Force was an American hero who had his entire life in front of him. This tall, dark, handsome graduate student from Vanderbilt University had completed two tours of duty with the United States army in Iraq and Afghanistan. Ironically, Taylor come back from both of these war zones completely unscathed, only to be stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist, as he was walking close to the beach in Tel Aviv.

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Press Release: EMET Applauds the U.S. Justice Department for Filing Criminal Charges Against Palestinian Terrorist Ahlam Tamimie

EMET Applauds the U.S. Justice Department for Filing Criminal Charges Against Palestinian Terrorist Ahlam Tamimi

The Justice Department also Seeks Extradition of the Terrorist from Jordan

(March 15, 2017, Washington, DC) Today, the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) praised the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) decision to publicly charge Palestinian terrorist Ahlam Tamimi. Ahlam Tamimi planned and implemented a bombing that killed and injured American citizens in a Sbarro Pizzeria in Jerusalem in 2001. This is the first and necessary step in achieving justice for the American victims of her terrorism.

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Back to the Drawing Board

Much of the media is abuzz with the story of how the Palestinians are feeling sidelined by U.S. ‎President Donald Trump’s embrace of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The reality is that ‎after the past eight years of the bitterly cold treatment Israel received at the hands of the ‎Obama administration, this is a necessary, but by no means sufficient, course corrective.‎

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Europe’s Words War May Make Wilders a Hero

Five years ago, I wrote a column about Dutch political leader Geert Wilders, who was then on trial for his impolitic Islam-related speech.

Wilders is a notorious figure in the Netherlands, where his criticisms of Islam are widely unpopular with the Dutch political elite. In my column, I noted that in a situation comparable to that to the trial in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland,” a Dutch “kangaroo court” was working hard to convict Wilders, the leader of the Dutch Freedom Party, for simple “hate speech.”

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New York – “An Alternative to the United Nations: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”

“An Alternative to the United Nations: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”

1.31.17
New York, New York

Featuring:

Edwin Black, author IBM and the Holocaust
Lauri Regan, EMET’s NY Chapter President
Roz Rothstein, CEO, StandWithUS
Kenneth Abramowitz, SavetheWest, EMET Board Member
Mark Langfan, Chairman, Americans for a Safe Israel
Aaron Eitan Meyer, Legal Analyst
Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, Commentator

The League of Nations outlived its usefulness during the Hitler regime. After the War, the League was replaced by the United Nations. Now the United Nations has outlived its usefulness and must be replaced with a new international body, one comprised solely of those nations governed by democratic principles, devoted to genuine democracy, equality, and peaceful relations throughout the world. The United States should defund and withdraw form the United Nations and reconstitute the movement to achieve world peace for all in a new world body: The Covenant of Democratic Nations. The Covenant of Democratic Nations will review, re-ratify, amend, or nullify all acts and resolutions of the uNited nations and its agencies creating a new body of long-overdue, reformed, and updated international law.

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VIDEO: “An Alternative to the UN: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”

“An Alternative to the United Nations: The Covenant of Democratic Nations”
1.23.17
Washington, D.C.

Featuring:

Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ)
Edwin Black, author IBM and the Holocaust
Nathan Lewin, Constitutional Lawyer
Sarah Stern, Founder & President of the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET)
Kenneth Marcus, President of the Brandeis Center
Ben Cohen, The Israel Project

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