Simply Jews

Blog URL:http://simplyjews.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:Politics, Fun, Sex, Satire, Humor, Zionism, Anti-Zionism, Middle East, Conspiracies
Country:Israel
Location:Jerusalem

This blog is about Israel-related matters, Zionism, anti-Zionism, the general craziness of the world and Middle East in particular. Politics, satire, kind of humor, sex, whatnot.



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In this case I am reprocessing my own Facebook post, since the subject is quite important. It shows how our brains are being washed by people of influence who don't care for hard facts that might stand in the way. Slight changes in and additions to t...

Mahmoud Al-ZaharIn a somewhat surprising turn of events, our defense chief, Avigdor Liberman, offered* Gaza some significant and hitherto denied perks, such as an airport and a seaport, possibilities of employment in Israel etc. - all that in exchang...

I was somewhat surprised (not really) to see Jen Psaki, who used to be White House communications director and State Department spokesperson during the Obama's years in the White House, issue what the headline calls:My unsolicited advice for Sean Spi...

Some, even many, people were discombobulated by Vitaly Milonov, a Russian MP who used his deep knowledge of history and genealogy to produce a memorable soundbite. A pro-Kremlin Russian lawmaker came under fire Monday after saying the ancestors of l...

The flag in the picture is the national flag of Moldova that undergone a surgery recently in Tehran. There was a scandal in Moldova in connection with the distortion of the national flag, used during the Moldovan president Igor Dodon's visit to Iran.

One story, two headlines

on Feb 11, 2017 in: Media

The recent arrest of four Daesh-related would be terrorists in France isn't, probably, something outstanding or even surprising these terror-filled days. However, it's interesting to watch how the coverage of the story differs from place to place. He...

The unbearable lightness of lawmaking in Jerusalem was my personal pet peeve for a long time, as the links show. The recent advent of the so called "outpost law" only confirms this worry. To those who would like to see it as a political issue: not o...