Author Archives: David Guy
After Balfour the war still had to be won His Majesty’s Government may have viewed with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people. In 1917 the British still had to defeat the Ottoman who … Continue reading
More Fauxtography This is how minor accidents are recycled into anti Israel propaganda. Decide for yourself whether this is lazy journalism or straight out deception.
One hundred years after Balfour Should Britain apologise… to Israel? With all the Balfour centenary kerfuffle and Palestinian demands for an apology for the Balfour declaration I don’t think anyone has discussed whether Perfidious Albion should issue an apology to Israel.
Postscript to ‘The Palestinians are upset’ We are pleased to note that two of the four complaints we made have been addressed. All references to the head of the Palestinian delegation in Australia as ambassador have been corrected. The offensive … Continue reading
Palestinian ‘symbol of struggle’? Palestinian ‘ambassador’ to Australia? We can’t imagine why the New South Wales Police (Australia) might associate ‘Palestinian’ head scarfs with terrorism. Can you? </SARC>
Congratulations to the four Jewish Nobel Prize winners of 2017 There is some discussion about five or even six members of the tribe getting a gong. I will add to the four already identified if evidence is produced. In the … Continue reading
Trump: Giving Peace ‘A Shot’ The President of the United States could have worded his failure only just a little worse. He could have ‘taken a stab’ at peace negotiations before not moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem.
Renew us for a good and sweet year 5778 Five Minutes for Israel wishes all who celebrate it a sweet and happy Jewish New Year
Demolition Deletion Notice When Five Minutes for Israel debuted way back in 2010 we began a subscriber drive and thousands of you registered. However administration proved too difficult and we quickly dropped the idea. However you all remained, quietly, undisturbed, … Continue reading