Monthly Archives: October 2017

Texas city demands Hurricane Harvey victims not boycott Israel

A fireplace sits in the middle of a trash pile in front of a flood damaged home on September 5, 2017, in Houston, Texas. (Getty Images) Residents of one city in the US state of Texas are being asked to sign a … Continue reading

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Mennonite Math Teacher Sues Kansas For Not Hiring Her Because She Boycotts Israel

Issam Rimawi/Getty Images Palestinians stage a protest against Israel’s separation wall.   WASHINGTON ― A Mennonite curriculum coach in Kansas sued the state Wednesday for barring her from working as a state-contracted teacher trainer after she refused to certify she does … Continue reading

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Being anti-Israel is anti-Texas, says Gov. Greg Abbott

AUSTIN – Gov. Greg Abbott made a strong statement in support of Israel with his first public bill-signing ceremony Tuesday, putting his name to a measure to prevent state contracts with companies that boycott it. “You can always count on … Continue reading

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Texas city refuses to give people hurricane aid unless they pledge not to boycott Israel

People are rescued by airboat as they evacuate from flood waters after Hurricane Harvey in Dickinson, Texas, in August Reuters A Texas city devastated by flooding after Hurricane Harvey is forcing recipients of financial aid to sign a pledge not … Continue reading

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This Texas town offers hurricane relief — if your politics are right

Floodwaters submerge cars and trucks at a dealership in Dickinson, Tex., on Aug. 27. (Galveston County Daily News via AP) Nearly two months after Hurricane Harvey socked the Texas coastline, residents are still in the early stages of the costly … Continue reading

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Houston Suburb to Harvey Relief Applicants: Don’t Boycott Israel

In the Houston suburb of Dickinson, residents are struggling to get their lives back on track. Hurricane Harvey devastated the city, destroying scores of homes and businesses. The city, fortunately, has a plan to help. Officials there are accepting applications … Continue reading

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Police Believe There Was More Than One Shooter During Las Vegas Massacre

Officers within the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department believe that there was more than one shooter during the horrific mass shooting that killed 58 people and that officials are engaging in a coverup to hide this shocking information, according to a … Continue reading

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At least 50 dead, more than 400 hurt in Las Vegas concert attack

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Some 50 people died and more than 400 were hurt when a 64-year-old gunman with an arsenal of at least 10 rifles fired on Las Vegas country music festival on Sunday, raining down bullets from a … Continue reading

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