Karen Harradine

Karen Harradine

Karen is an anthropologist and freelance journalist. She writes on anti-Semitism, Israel and spirituality.
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Karen Harradine: The most persecuted people in the world? Christians

The West has become a narcissistic ego-driven society with a ‘look at me, me, me’ victim mentality which permeates every part of our society. After successfully installing ridiculous trigger warnings at our universities, post-Liberals, in a twisted homage to the practices of Isis and the Taliban, are now tearing down statues of those deemed too […]

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Karen Harradine: While the Left sneer, the magnificent people of Republican Texas show the true meaning of humanity

The last flight out of Houston that day was ours. The airline cancelled two of its three scheduled flights, including the Phoenix one, and piled us all on a plane scheduled for Dallas. The airfield was deserted. I felt as though we were the last humans on earth. I had not been scared during that […]

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Karen Harradine: Fear, chaos and the kindness of strangers in the eye of Hurricane Harvey

We’d booked a trip to see the solar eclipse in Nashville. My husband worked there many years ago and wanted to show me around. We thought it was a good idea to follow this with a short break in Galveston, Texas. After two lovely days there I woke in the early hours of Friday, August […]

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Karen Harradine: The Left has normalised anti-Semitism

As a Jew I refuse to be a victim. My people were proud warriors in biblical times and since the establishment of the state of Israel we are warriors yet again. We no longer held hostage by insidious anti-Semitism in countries that persecute us. The world’s only Jewish state is there as our sanctuary and our safety net. […]

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Karen Harradine: A female Dr Who cannot protect girls from FGM

I could not care less that the new Doctor Who is a woman. This second rate TV show has nothing to crow about. Another science fiction gender character swop took place long ago, in 2004, with the incendiary reboot of Battle Star Galactica. The male character of Starbuck was recast as the indomitable Kara Thrace, played by […]

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Karen Harradine: Trump steps on the gas. But are we with him?

After years of being constrained by Barack Obama, the US is now planning to reassert itself onto the world stage.  Donald Trump’s Warsaw speech this week is a signal that he has recognised the current realignment of global powers and geopolitics.  His sudden support for NATO is a reminder to Putin that the West still […]

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