• A Boston federation study shows that 60% of Interfaith couples raise their kids Jewish. Another study, conducted by an independent Interfaith family support organization, shows that 99% of Interfaith families plan on lighting a menorah at home this holiday season, while only 44% plan on having Christmas trees. Take that continuity agendists!
  • While we’re on the subject of new research, a clinical study has demonstrated there to be a direct link between mental illness and support for George W. Bush. Take that continuity agendists! (Oh, come on– we all know the same people committing endless funding against Jewish miscegenation are the same ones who voted for Bush!)
  • On that note, Time magazine assesses Bush’s “Five Fatal Mistakes” on Middle East policy.
  • At their major conference last week in Israel, members of The Orthodox Union voted give the organization power to issue statements condemning Israel for not being right-wing enough.
  • A shonde for the goyim: Orthodox Rabbi/diamond merchant busted by CBS for pretending to be a city official in order to evade traffic. Via DovBear.
  • The difference, they’ll argue, is that when Arabs destroy a Jewish holy site, it’s because they hate Jews. When Jews destroy a Muslim holy site, it’s to fight terror.
  • The Philideplhia Inquirer has a piece on “the ninjas,” a.k.a. the unit of the Israeli police force that bears too much resemblance, in form and function, to secret police of days past for my comfort.
  • Jerusalem mayor Uri Lupolianski has shifted gears, putting aside a controversial development project and instead coddling its environmentalist opponents.
  • “Ahmed Fatfat is a Jew.”
  • Edwin Black, author of IBM & The Holocaust, War Against The Weak, and The Transfer Agreement, brings to light General Motors’ involvement in the Shoah. Parts one and two.
  • Major US sports venues will begin offering kosher concessions.
  • A Holocaust revisionist website has made almost every submission to the Iranian Holocaust cartoon contest available online here.
  • Norman Berdichevsky presents the thesis that the Jewish “golden age” under Islam is a myth, and that our Spanish renaissance actually took place under the Christians ruling the northern Iberian provinces.