Rabbi David Basior’s Kadima Congregation & Cong. Kol Ami’s Rabbi Kinberg join BDS friendly group in anti-Israel protest. Shielding themselves from the persistent Seattle drizzle, about a dozen protesters huddled under a protective overhang… Continue reading
Less than a week after Seattle’s Temple De Hirsch Sinai was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti, the Seattle congregation is hosting Rabbi David Basior, a man who vigorously embraces and promotes the Boycott, Divestment… Continue reading
FEDERATION REMOVES KADIMA PURIM EVENT FROM COMMUNITY CALENDAR “WE DON’T CONDONE ANTI-SEMITISM OR VIOLENCE OF ANY KIND” Readers of The Mike Report expressed shock and disbelief upon learning that Rabbi David Basior and… Continue reading
Radical Rabbi recruits Seattle Jews to harass Israeli authorities.
Taxpayer funded voter’s guide provides platform for Jew hatred and Shoah denial.
The Mike Report received this letter from Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg in response to our recent article about Rabbi Basior.
With his ready smile and gentle demeanor Rabbi David Basior’s disarming persona has earned him a loyal following as spiritual leader of the Kadima Reconstructionist Community of Seattle, WA. This past Shavuot the… Continue reading
As Seattle’s Jewish community becomes increasingly divided over the question of what constitutes support of Israel, the Stroum Center at UW has for the most part managed to remain above the fray, until now.… Continue reading
Jews the world over will soon be celebrating Passover, the Jewish Holiday of liberation. For most, Passover is a joyous celebration where friends and family gather to recount the miraculous events leading the Israelites… Continue reading
UW PROF GRABS HUSKY MOM’S IPAD TO STOP HER FROM RECORDING ANTI-ISRAEL LECTURE A recent study found that more than half of all Jewish college students have experienced anti-Semitism on US campuses, that… Continue reading
Palestine and the Public Sphere, the controversial initiative of the University of Washington’s Simpson Center for the Humanities, proclaims as its purpose – “to create possibilities for more sustained, open, and critical exchange” on the… Continue reading
On Shabbat morning, January 31st Jason Bernhard, a member of the AEPI Jewish fraternity at UC Davis had just left his frat house when he saw the hated symbol spray painted on the side… Continue reading
In perhaps one of the more interesting, if not transparent responses to calls for the boycott of Israeli academics, a group of professors, including Israeli Professor Yomi Braester at the University of Washington, has called… Continue reading
Back in 2010 when the Olympia Food Co-Op passed a boycott against carrying Israeli goods in their store, a small group of pro-Israel co-op members challenged what they saw as unethical procedural manipulations used… Continue reading
UNIONS SLAM BDS BLOCKTHEBOAT ACTIVISTS AS ANTI WORKER As predicted earlier this week by Pro Israel Bay Bloggers, the Zim Djbouti sailed in and out of the Port of Seattle today, unloading its… Continue reading
Avinoam Baral, a longtime Seattle resident, stood before the angry mob for an interminable hours long verbal barrage of anti-Israel vitriol and not a small amount of the oldest hatred. As President of… Continue reading
BDS VOTE SET FOR THIS TUESDAY TMR readers will recall the contentious battle for leadership of the UCLA Undergraduate Student Association Council (USAC) at the end of the past Academic year. The elections… Continue reading
ZIM ANTWERP ARRIVES AND LEAVES ON SCHEDULE – NO DISRUPTION OR DELAY The Zim Antwerp sailing into the Port of Seattle yesterday. 10/29/2014. Photo Credit Inbar Gazit. Despite Seattle’s reputation as a hotbed… Continue reading
Ed Mast, wearing his trademark red baseball cap stood at the curbside in front of Seattle’s Terminal 18 this past Monday as a long stream of huge semi-trucks rumbled slowly by. Screaming into his… Continue reading
The evening was billed as a lecture with the provocative title “BDS, Israel and Us: The Delegitmization Campaign”, but this was less of a lecture and more of a guided journey through the… Continue reading