Tag Archive: Middle East

It’s not fair! say Hamas supporters

Bereft of any moral argument for the targeting of civilian population centers with (so far) over 1000 rockets, Hamas supporters have taken up the “it’s not fair!” argument so familiar to any parent… Continue reading

Shocking anti-Semitic hatefest in downtown Seattle

JEWS DEPICTED AS EATING GENTILE BABIES AND DRINKING THEIR BLOOD. As Hamas Rockets continued to rain down on Israeli population centers, a large anti-Israel rally took place in Seattle’s Westlake Center this Saturday,… Continue reading

Pain and horror

With the arrest of six suspects, it now appears a very real possibility that Mohammed Abu Khdeir, a teenager and resident of Shuafat was  murdered by a small  group of  Israeli criminals in a twisted… Continue reading

Hen Mazzig; I hope I made a difference

November 21st of 2012, Hen Mazzig was walking down Shaul HaMelech street in the heart of Tel Aviv when an ear splitting explosion ripped through the air. The gut wrenching sound echoed across… Continue reading

Richard Silverstein lies… again

With his usual disregard for truth and responsibility, Richard Silverstein  posted this story and photo (see above) from the never reliable Middle East Monitor. Trying in his own little (very little) way to… Continue reading

Assault on Israel continues at UW as BDS resolution moves forward

In the Seward Park neighborhood of Seattle, hundreds packed the large social hall of a local synagogue to celebrate the 66th anniversary of the state of Israel. As the revelers swayed to Hebrew melodies while… Continue reading

Israel haters upset by Huskies against Divestment logo

Amira Mattar, the co-sponsor of the anti-Israel resolution that is set to have a first reading before the University of Washington senate this Tuesday is offended by this.  Amira believes that her anti-Semitic… Continue reading

Silverstein condemns Israeli intolerance using poll that shows opposite

In light of his propensity towards slinging racist epithets at minorities who dare disagree with him, it seems odd that Seattle’s own Richard Silverstein would try to position himself as a champion of… Continue reading

My visit to anti-Israel events at St. Mark’s – part two

Guest writer Randy Kessler follows up on his recent column about anti-Israel events at Seattle’s St. Mark’s to ask some pointed questions. My recent column on  The Mike Report, about my experiences at… Continue reading

One lone Jew stands up for Israel at St. Mark’s

Guest writer Randy Kessler shares his experiences after attending a series of anti-Israel events at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle, WA. I found out that Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church was hosting an “Israel/Palestine… Continue reading

Homecoming Celebration at Al-Quds University

Tablet Magazine and many other news sources today reported on a lively paramilitary display put on by the fun loving co-eds at Al-Quds University near Jerusalem this past Sunday. While one may be… Continue reading

Hamas accident inspires a new cartoon

The Iranian FARS news agency reports today that a Hamas field commander was killed in what it called  an accidental “internal explosion”. Medical sources said that nine others were wounded.  Hamas named 30-year-old Ibrahim Nagib… Continue reading

Shapiro does it again; turns skeptical listener into friend of Israel (in under 4 minutes).

Just because I am critical of Israel doesn’t make me an anti-Semite! All Israel advocates have faced the above assertion, and most have struggled for an effective response. Talk show host and rising… Continue reading

There is no “J” in Pro-Israel

DOCUMENTARY CHALLENGES J-STREET’S “PRO-ISRAEL” LABEL A new documentary film “The J Street Challenge” has sent shock-waves across the pro and anti-Israel community. The movie was released by  Americans for Peace and Tolerance, a… Continue reading

St. Mark’s Cathedral; hatred in the center of Seattle

The historic relationship between the Christian Church and the Jewish people has not been a good one. Stoked by accusations of deicide and nurtured by replacement theology, church inspired persecutions were common throughout… Continue reading

Great rebuttal to anti-Israel rebuttal to pro-Israel video

H/T Israellycool. Back in July of 2011, Danny Ayalon, Israel’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs put out a rather stiff but informative video explaining Israel’s historic claim to Israel.  The video must have been… Continue reading

UN Translator goofs, says nine resolutions against Israel is excessive (out loud)

This is just a quick Mike Report tidbit. Israel Hayom posted a clip featured on the UN watch website today. It allows us a peek into  the bland duplicity that constitutes a UN  General… Continue reading

Sharing both sides is our Cartoon of the Day

The JTNews recently reported on an event sponsored by Parents Circle, an organization offensive to many terror victim families  for politicizing their grief and placing the blame for the conflict squarely on Israel.… Continue reading

Richard Silverstein has a bad week & a new cartoon

As Aussie Dave over at Isreallycool so eloquently posted today… Anti-Israel blogger Richard Silverstein has had a hell of a crappy week. It started off with being roundly mocked and condemned for harassing a palestinian woman… Continue reading

Disappearing Palestine or missing truth?

You have probably seen those “Disappearing Palestine” maps on the side of a bus or in an ad or Facebook post somewhere. It may be an effective propaganda tool but it is not… Continue reading