Jewish Roots of the American Constitution


Although many of the framers of the American Constitution were not devout, their political mentality was shaped in universities whose curriculum was based very much on Jewish ideas. Accordingly, this essay will be divided into two parts. The first part will show how Judaism, in particular the Five Books of Moses, influenced higher education in 17th and 18th century America. The second part will examine the institutions prescribed in the American Constitution and show their roots in Jewish laws and principles.

Radio-Host Michael Medved, Well-Received by Orthodox Union Convention Audience


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Orthodox Union Rabbi Alan Kaplinsky hosts Orthodox Jewish radio personality, Michael Medved in L.A.

Jerusalem Post Analyst Caroline Glick Addresses Concerned Americans


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Zionist activists, Alyson Rowen-Taylor and Rachel Neuwirth follow-up with Jerusalem Post political analyst Caroline Glick upon her standing-room only appearance.

Top Cyber-Jihadist Brought to Justice by Jewish American: DemoCast.TV

British Muslim diplomat's son top al-Qaeda cyberterror organizer

American Zionist volunteer blogger tracks & helps capture most-wanted, notorious cyberjihadist.

How Internet Haganah's Aaron Weisburd helped bring down "Terrorist 007" - featured on UK TV- BBC2 Newsnight and BBC News24 on Our World.



""Terrorist 007" was participating in (jihadist forum) discussions about which part of my body they wanted when I was killed, and he said he wanted one of my fingers as a souvenir.”

"In December, Younes Tsouli’s sentence was increased from 10 to 16 years. His conviction was the first for incitement to commit an act of terrorism through the internet, and a sign of what terrorists are capable of.

“What it did show us was the extent to which they could conduct operational planning on the internet,” Peter Clarke, the head of the Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Command, told me. “It was the first, 'virtual' conspiracy to murder that we had seen.”

As Internet Haganah's Aaron Weisburd puts it: “If you’re a terrorist and you’re dependent on the internet, I have bad news.”

Illegal matzo factory broken-up

By Michael White, New York Daily News Monday, January 21st 2008, 4:00 AM

The NYC Fire Department shut down an illegal Brooklyn matzo factory Sunday, officials said.

About 150 residents of the Kent Ave. building in Williamsburg were forced to vacate their illegal flats in the 11-story building that is zoned only for manufacturing, officials said.

The factory's basement held potentially explosive coal- and wood-burning stoves and grain silos, officials said.

Residents were given six hours to leave and were being assisted by the American Red Cross.

An adjacent building that housed a religious school and catering outfit, but was zoned only for manufacturing, also was shuttered, fire officials said.

"Ways to Defeat Islamic Jihadism" by Amil Imani

"This is an urgent call to all free people to rise and defeat the Islamic Jihadists who are marching under the banner of the Qur’an to subdue all non-Muslims.

It is imperative that the values and the way of life of civilized people be protected against the assault of Jihadists’ savagery born from a primitive culture of long ago Arabia. There is nothing to negotiate here. Nothing to compromise, for the Jihadists are on a non-negotiable campaign of Allah. The goal of this mission from Allah is the eradication of just about everything that falls under the rubric of human rights.

It takes every free human to do his or her share in defeating Jihadism. Below is a partial list of what can be done."

Please read it.

BBC Clueless to Antisemitism Rise in Europe

"Is anti-Semitism really increasing? Is hostility towards Israeli policy in the Middle East becoming anti-Jewish? BBC News Online asked 12 experts on Jewish affairs from Europe and Israel to reflect on the charge.

Robert Wistrich, director of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism in Jerusalem:

There was outrage and shock over the recent EU poll. Many Israelis regard this as anti-Semitism of sorts. Even if there were other factors involved, people feel there must be a lot of general prejudice around for such results to occur.

There is a clear feeling from the Israeli point of view that what is at stake now is the very legitimacy of the state of Israel in a moral, historical and political sense.

When we get to a point when it is becoming acceptable in many places in Europe and even in mainstream opinion to label Israel as a Nazi state, or, in more diplomatic language, an apartheid state, the Israeli citizen feels that their very right to exist in any form, whether politically or as a nation, is being challenged.

Israelis feel that their country, whatever criticisms they have of it - and Jews in Israel are gold medallists where it comes to criticising their own government - is being made into a pariah.
People here have a sense of systematic stigmatisation and even a demonisation of Israel.
I think that one of the more hopeful signs in recent months is a growing realisation by governments, however reluctantly, of the need to come to grips with anti-Semitism.

President Jacques Chirac and the French Government were in denial for a long time. Mr Chirac was saying there was no anti-Semitism in the French republic. Now, there has been a complete turnaround. I fear it is a bit late, but better late than never. "

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