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4 Dead & at Least 10 Wounded in Two Terror Attacks

Friday, November 30th, 2001

(29 November 2001 – 23:28) A suicide terrorist detonated a very powerful bomb on board an Egged No. 823 bus that left Nazareth at 7:40pm, heading southbound for Tel Aviv. The blast took place at about 8:30pm near the army’s ‘Machane 80’ base, after a well-dressed Arab male boarded at Wadi Ara Junction. According to […]


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Israel as a Security Asset

Friday, November 30th, 2001

Let’s make coalition building simple. Saudi Arabia said no. Egypt said no. Syria said no. Iran said no. In fact, they not only said no, they said some terrorism is OK as long as the victim is Israel. The Gulf States said, "please don’t ask." And then there is Israel. In 1979, JINSA published a […]


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14:00 Nov-26-01 11 Kislev 5762

Friday, November 30th, 2001

Fatah Reports Having Attempted to Assassinate PM Sharon (IsraelNationalNews.com) Terrorists associated with the Fatah organization report they have attempted without success to assassinate Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, adding that persons that were apprehended in their attempt in Jerusalem’s Old City remain in custody and will stand trial for their offense. Fatah leaders stated in a […]


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Protest Orlando Sentinel’s Decision to Drop Pro-Israel Columnist Cal Thomas

Thursday, November 29th, 2001

The Orlando (Florida) Sentinel has announced that is will no longer print articles by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas. The decision may or may not be related to the fact that Arab-American extremists have been pressuring newspapers to stop printing Thomas’ columns. Recently, Arab pressure groups succeeded in convincing National Public Radio to adopt a policy […]


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Jerusalem Mufti: “We’ll Get Rid Of Jerusalem’s Temporary Residents”

Thursday, November 29th, 2001

The second Friday prayers of this Moslem holy month of Ramadan – at which 130,000 worshipers took part on the Temple Mount – are over, and once again there were no disturbances. No thanks to PLO-appointee Jerusalem mufti Akrama Sabri, however; in a sermon before the prayers, he told his flock, “The residents of Jerusalem […]


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Two Dead In Afula Terrorist Attack

Wednesday, November 28th, 2001

The world’s war against terrorism continues – as does the Palestinians’ terrorism war against Israel. Two Palestinian terrorists opened random and wild fire while running from the Afula Central Bus Station to the nearby open-air market late this morning, killing two Jews and wounding over 30. Security forces gave chase, and a soldier – an […]


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What a Difference a Page Makes

Wednesday, November 28th, 2001

Below are copies of articles about inadvertent deaths caused by unexploded bombs in Afghanistan and Gaza from two newspapers. Miami Herald 11-23-01, pages 1A and 3A “5 Palestinian Boys Killed by Shell Explosion in Gaza” New York Times 11-23-01, pages 1A and 3A “5 Palestinian Boys Die in Blast in Gaza” Miami Herald 11-23-01, page […]


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This map shows some of the elements outlined by the negotiators at Camp David

Wednesday, November 28th, 2001

Please click below to see map.                                                                                                   […]


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Among the lessons that should be drawn from the fall of Kabul is the fact that the world owes Ariel Sharon and Israel an apology.

Tuesday, November 27th, 2001

I say this because of the massacres now being calmly and indifferently reported from Afghanistan. When the Northern Alliance took Kabul and other areas, it made short shrift of any remaining Taliban fighters and, no doubt, many Afghans to whom they simply took a disliking, as well. These Sabras and Chatilas in Afghanistan took place […]


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Letter from Sara 17: Thanksgiving

Tuesday, November 27th, 2001

Two weeks ago people from all over the country (i.e. noted Kabbis, dignitaries, and friends) joined together in Kfar Darom’s synagogue to remember our dear friends, Gabi Biton and Miri Amitai, who were murdered in the bombing of our school bus. Lazier Amitai brought tears to our eyes as he spoke of his beloved wife, […]


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