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State Department Thwarts pursuit of Arab Terrorists

Sunday, April 29th, 2001

(NEW YORK) Over the past few years, the State Department has offered a wide variety of unusual excuses for refusing to offer rewards to help capture Palestinian Arab killers of Americans-but now it has come up with the most incredible excuse yet: that offering rewards “would be detrimental” to efforts to capture the killers! The […]


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Sharon should have said no to U.S.

Sunday, April 29th, 2001

Secretary of State Colin Powell rebuked Israel last week for sending tanks into Gaza following Palestinian mortar attacks on the Israeli town of Sederot. “The Israeli response,” he said, ~’was excessive and dispropor tionate.” Of his own “Powell Doctrine,”which prescribes over whelming force when there is a mil itary objective to be achieved, he made […]


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Excerpts from Aric Sharon’s proposals for negotiation:

Sunday, April 29th, 2001

Peres to give Egypt Israel’s ‘Input’ on peace proposal Foreign Minister Shimon Peres expected to give “Israel’s point of view” “He is going there only to discuss the proposal.” Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is expected to meet with Peres before he leaves to coordinate positions. Saron said that peace talks can only take place after […]


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Former Libyan Premier on the Danger of Nuclear Weapons in Arabs’ Hands

Sunday, April 29th, 2001

Former Libyan Premier on the Danger of Nuclear Weapons in Arabs’ Hands In an article published in the Arabic daily “Al-Hayat”, Libya’s former Prime Minister, Abd Al-Hamid Al-Bakkush, warned of the danger of nuclear weapons in Arabs’ hands: “…The Arabs’ efforts to create a balance of power with Israel is a welcome and desirable one. […]


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Sharon Remembers The Anonymous Soldiers

Friday, April 27th, 2001

Israel’s 19, 312 fallen soldiers were remembered today – both collectively and as individuals. All the names of the soldiers and policemen who fell in the line of duty are being screened continuously on Israel Television’s Channel 33; name, rank, and Hebrew and Gregorian date of death are shown, in chronological order, for five seconds. […]


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Alert: Egyptian Fundamentalists Threaten the US

Friday, April 27th, 2001

In a conference in Cairo supporting Sheikh Umar Abd Al-Rahman, who was convicted and imprisoned in the U.S. for his involvement in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York, speakers threatened additional terrorist attacks against American targets if their leader in not released. Following are excerpts from a report about the […]


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Petition for Israel’s Kidnapped and Missing Soldiers Eight Israeli Families Need your Help

Friday, April 27th, 2001

On October 7th, 2000, Hisbullah terrorists, in a clear cut violation of International law, crossed the Lebanese border into Israel and kiddnapped three Israeli soldiers. The soldiers – Adi Avitan, Binyamin Avraham and Omer Souad – are being held in Lebanon. On October 15, 2000, Hisbullah announced that another Israeli citizen, 54 year old Elehanan […]


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In Violation Of Peace Treaty, Egypt Ties Return Of Ambassador To Israeli Concessions

Thursday, April 26th, 2001

NEW YORK – In yet another violation of the Israel-Egypt peace treaty, Egypt is refusing to return its ambassador to Israel until Israel agrees to make more one-sided concessions to Yasir Arafat. The Israel-Egypt peace treaty requires Egypt to maintain normal diplomatic relations with Israel. Yet the Egyptian government withdrew its ambassador from Israel last […]


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Ben-Ami’s Camp David Diaries – Part II

Wednesday, April 25th, 2001

Continued from Part I… Shlomo Ben-Ami was Israel’s top negotiator during the July 2000 Camp David summit. There has been much speculation and analysis about the reasons for the summit’s failure. However, first-hand accounts of what went on behind closed doors have been limited. Ben-Ami, who is a history professor and whose performance at Camp […]


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Warsaw Ghetto Remembered

Wednesday, April 25th, 2001

Warsaw Ghetto: a name, a phrase, familiar to most people today only as a matter of history. Important history, yes, but dry and impersonal just the same. Because even the most vivid of photographs and the most descriptive of texts, whether found on the pages of books or the walls of museams, cannot begin to […]


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