April 2013 Blog Archive

  • New report: "Hizb Allah Resurrected: The Party of God’s Return to Tradecraft"

    30 Apr 2013 by CST

    CST Blog has written before about the evidence of Hizbollah's involvement in terrorism against Jews outside Israel, after details emerged from the trial in Cyprus of Hizbollah member Hossam Yaacoub who was convicted last month of helping to plan terrorist attacks against Israeli tourists on the island. Yaacoub denied this,…

  • Remembering those who fought back

    19 Apr 2013 by CST

    Today is the 70th anniversary of the start of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on 19th April 1943. To mark this occasion this week's Jewish Chronicle essay, by Martin Winstone of the Holocaust Educational Trust, details the many different ways in which Jews resisted the Nazi Holocaust: The landscape of Holocaust remembrance…

  • On Studying Fascism and Antisemitism

    12 Apr 2013 by CST

      The Wiener Library’s conference of 7th March 2013 on the history of British Fascism, Anti-Fascism and Jewish Defence included lectures by Professor Nigel Copsey and Dr John Richardson on the evolution of fascism from its 1930s version to the present; and how its public face has also changed. Neither …

  • The intolerance of Islamist politics

    9 Apr 2013 by CST

      A new publication from the Cordoba Foundation, a UK-based think tank that is generally supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood, lays bare the sectarian divisions between Sunni and Shiite Muslims that currently divide the Middle East, and the associated intolerance at the heart of Islamist politics. It also shows how…

  • Yom HaShoah - Chief Rabbi's Thought For The Day

    5 Apr 2013 by CST

      Below is the Thought For The Day by Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks as broadcast this morning on BBC Radio 4: -   This coming Sunday is Yom HaShoah, the day we in the Jewish community observe our Holocaust Remembrance Day. And this year it will coincide with…

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