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Monthly Archive for April, 2009

It might be good for business for now to appease the Islamists, but once they finish taking over Britain, the English will realize there won’t be an England on the map either. According to Army Radio: – Israel does not appear in on-flight maps on BMI flights between London and Tel Aviv – Khefa the […]

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A new Maclean’s poll released today has some interesting results. While I remember when the Canadian Census released its 2006 results hailing Toronto as one of the most diverse cities in the continent, it looks like this is a fact on the ground that most Canadians aren’t too happy about! The poll, by Angus Reid […]

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Thenews.pl reports: A bottle with a letter written by Auschwitz prisoners has been found in the wall of a school in Oswiecim, southern Poland. The letter was written on a piece of rough paper probably ripped from a cement sack. It reads: “Oswiecim concentration camp 20.IX.44, air raid shelter. Built by prisoners: nr. 121313 Jankowiak […]

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It’s because of the occupation! Bethlehem – Ma’an – A woman was killed on Monday morning in the Gaza Strip in the fourth killing related to so-called “family” honor in the last week. According to information collected by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), 28-year-old Rihab Al-Hazin, from An-Nusseirat Refugee Camp was killed by […]

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I never thought in my life that the words ‘8 year old girl’ and ‘divorce’ would be in a headline together. From Al Arabiya: A Saudi judge refused for the second time to grant an eight-year-old girl a divorce from her 47-year-old husband, local press reported Saturday, in a decision the girl’s mother promised to […]

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Hamas using a mosque to stage attacks? No way! Palestinian security officials said on Sunday that they had found a Hamas bomb-making factory underneath a mosque in the occupied West Bank. “Security forces found a bomb-making factory inside a mosque in Qalqiliya,” an interior ministry statement said. “Many of the bombs were ready to use […]

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It’s been a few weeks since I’ve blogged, but unfortunately, looks like nothing’s changed and I can pick up right where I left off. *sigh* Bill Werline Jr. was home for spring break from West Virginia University and, instead of relaxing, was out early helping his dad remove white spray paint from the family’s 2004 […]

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To explain why there haven’t been any posts recently, on Thursday March 26, 2009, my father Howard Greenspan, aka “Prof” – or most accurately, Tzvi Mordechai ben Avrum – passed away unexpectedly. My father was not an ordinary guy by any means. Anyone who knew him knows that he was a brilliant and eccentric genius. […]

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