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The Catmage Chronicles
It's been hundreds of years since the Darkness last surfaced, a grim time when both humans and Catmages lost their lives. But now the Wild Ones work with humans again, and thirteen-year-old Andy Cohen gets the surprise of his life when a talking cat shows up in his front yard. Goldeneyes, a powerful Catmage, needs Andy’s help. In the exciting first installment of this new series, Meryl Yourish takes the reader into a world of magical cats, dark powers, and a boy who finds himself entangled in their war.
Category Archives: Israel Derangement Syndrome
Israel has released the finding of an investigation into the widely-publicized incident where the IDF supposedly killed a little boy, Mohammed al-Dura, during a firefight with terrorists. The evidence does not support that al-Dura was killed by the IDF. The … Continue reading
Because we’re Jews: When have you ever read of any other country raising money for its enemies? This is Judaism. Jerusalem native Moti Kahana heads a group of Israeli businessmen and American Jews who travel to the Syrian refugee camps … Continue reading
My jaw dropped when I read the following conclusion to an analysis by a Telegraph journalist. Fortunately for Mr Nasrallah, he has another option. Every so often, an incident lifts the veil on Hizbollah’s covert campaign against Israeli interests worldwide. … Continue reading
Holocaust Remembrance Day: Israel comes to a halt. Anti-Semitic commenters on Yahoo News, not so much. Despicable: An Italian teacher told a Jewish student that if she had been in Auschwitz, she would have been a better student. Then, when … Continue reading
Cheerleading the Intifada The New York Times has done it again. Less then two weeks after publishing an intellectual attack against Israel, it publishes an article glorifying physical attacks on Israel. The front page story of yesterday’s New York Times … Continue reading
Ew, Jew cooties: Turkey’s foreign minister refused to shake hands with Ehud Barak at a conference in February. Pretty soon Turkish athletes are going to forfeit matches when Israelis are in them. Just wait for it. Oh, and tell us … Continue reading
Woot! It’s March! Spring is nearer! (I am SO done with winter.) ((I SO started this post yesterday and finished it today.)) Please. He wasn’t going to go there anyway: Hamas warns Obama to stay away from the Temple Mount. … Continue reading
The UN Human Rights High Commissioner said that 2012 was a “daunting” year for human rights challenges. “The ongoing crises in Syria, Mali and the Sahel region, Palestine and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have resulted in thousands of … Continue reading
A group of EU diplomats have identified the single greatest threat to Mideast peace. It’s not the war in Syria. It’s not the lawlessness in Libya. It’s not the Islamists in Egypt. It’s not the fact that the PA has … Continue reading
So remember the weeks leading up to the election, where everyone was saying that Israel was lurching harshly to the right, that Netanyahu would deal with the far-right parties and take peace negotiations off the table? The ones who echoed … Continue reading