Monthly Archives: December 2019

The Battle of Westminster is over. The Battle for Jerusalem is about to begin.

“I bring you, incredibly, greetings from the front line in the battle against anstisemitism: the front line: the Labour Party.” John Mann MP, speech to the CST, 27th February 2019 The Labour MP John Mann went on to say, in … Continue reading

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Why we must fear, challenge, and expunge the word “Islamophobia”

1. The Big Picture Some of my best friends are Muslims. Seriously. I am born and bred in Bradford. The man pictured here, the late Professor Syed Hasan Askari, is a Twelver Shi’ite, whom I consider an eternal friend. In … Continue reading

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In Defence of Melanie Phillips’ Calling Out Bogus Claims of ‘Islamophobia’

I am bemused at the Board of Deputies of British Jews’ reaction – and the reaction of Dave Rich, head of policy at CST – to Melanie Phillips’ article, published yesterday in the Jewish Chronicle, in which she calls out … Continue reading

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1919 Vision: Albert Einstein’s Gravitational Lens

“I am a Jew. Hath not a Jew eyes?” The Merchant of Venice “2020 Vision” headlines abound as we read about corporate goals for next year. These headlines are restricted to the UK and former British colonies where 20/20 is … Continue reading

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