July 16, 2014

The Unlikely Jewish Goliath

George Jonas, National Post

The Associated Press

Jews were People of the Book, and Arabs were Desert Warriors. Sixty-six years later it seems desert warriors can’t win a skirmish against the people of the book — but it’s the warrior’s story that is on the best-seller list, while the people of the book have their story languish on the remainder table, condemned by the UN and boycotted by academia. God warned us that he was a jealous God; I suppose he’s letting us discover his wicked sense of irony on our own.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Israel, Jews


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