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IJN Editorial Staff
IJN Editorial Staff

Memo to UNRWA: Foreign aid is not charity. Strings are attached.

Bogus refugees (70 years after the fact) receive non-bogus funding. The US says: No more. No surprise. The State Department said earlier this week that it put a hold...

Abbas gives medieval anti-Semites a run for their money

Back in the day, the Jews poisoned the wells, spread the Black Plague and killed Christian children for matzah — or so went the anti-Semitic tropes of medieval...

Milton Glazer

Milton Glazer, a savvy businessman and pillar of the Sioux City community, passed away Dec. 17, 2017, in Sioux City, Iowa. Funeral services were held in Sioux City....

Fifty years for Beth Jacob High School

The Jewish institutions in Denver of any kind that endure for 50 years are few. Of those who do survive a half century, the odds are even steeper for those that began as...

Only in France

When a tragedy occurs, such as a terrorist attack, the response on subsequent anniversaries is a memorial service or a moment of reflection. Not so in France, where a...

Broncos stadium’s new name

The Broncos’ stadium is no longer Sports Authority Field because Sports Authority is no longer. Naturally, this invites suggestions for a new name, with or without the...

Warren Toltz, 1929-2017

For many, perhaps for most, the natural starting point for remembering the late Warren Toltz is the end point: his stellar achievements in business and philanthropy. ...

Politico, Hezbollah, Obama and Iran

Where does Hezbollah get the funds to buy its tens of thousands of missiles pointed at Israel? Back in 2006, these missiles were the cause of the Second Lebanon War....

The UN vs. Truth: 21-6

On Dec. 6, 2017, Donald Trump announces that the United States officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. On Dec. 7, 2017, the UN Security Council holds...

‘The Peace Process’ — little changed in 35 years

Twenty years ago, we observed that 44 years ago, in 1973, Israel was saddled with a peace ‘process.’ Not ‘peace’ — but a ‘peace process’...