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Posts tagged ‘Jewish Witnesses for Peace and Friends’

Apologies Prior to our most recent report, this formerly-unfailing writer always used the blind carbon copy option (BCC:) to send out our vigil reports. Last week I failed (using TO:) and that contributed to the kerfuffle of emails flying this way and that. Sorry about that; will do better in the future. Comments from readers […]

The Intolerance of “The Left” This writer is sensitive to name calling. Not in the “I’m hurt” sense, but sensitive to the presence of unwarranted and unwanted name calling. Calling the late Ernst Zundel an “anti-Semite” comes to mind. So when the mainstream press labels Richard Spencer a “White supremacist”, my name-calling antenna starts to […]

WfP Pitches a Shutout Four Weeks in a Row As southeastern Michigan temperatures plunged into the low single-digits, Witness for Peace members have bundled up – as we have done for the past fifteen winters – only to observe the opposition throwing in the towel on these bitterly cold mornings. They have been no-shows for […]

DYR Ad Appears The Sun Times News, a weekly print newspaper serving a half dozen communities just west of Ann Arbor, ran our ad in their Dec. 6th edition. The 5 by 5 spot ran on page 6.     http://www-personal.umich.edu/~hersko/PDF%20Files/America%20First%205%205×5%2025%2011-29-17.pdf A Friend Indeed Personal friend and Executive Director of Deir Yassin Remembered Dan Mcgowan […]

Definition of a “Free Press” Remember the days of poking fun at Pravda, the Russian government-owned press? We asked: how could anyone rely on the truthfulness of reports that were filtered by agenda-driven government agents? Aren’t we Americans lucky to live in a land where our news isn’t filtered, where we – unlike our Russian […]

Was Raul Hilberg a Holocaust Denier? The Destruction of the European Jews (Student One Volume Edition) is lauded by Michael Marrus of The Times Literary Supplement: “In its originality, scope and seriousness of theme, this is one of the great historical works of our time”. David S. Wyman, writing for the New York Times Book […]

Lieberman Receives Probation, Fines Jessica Lieberman was sentenced on Oct. 13 to three months probation, $425 in court costs, fines and probation fees, and is required to perform 24 hours of community service, in exchange for her guilty plea to the criminal charge of disturbing the peace. In addition, Judge Karen Valvo ordered her to […]

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