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Gaza Weekend Warfare Includes Another Kfar Darom Miracle

Thursday, February 28th, 2002

Arab terrorists placed a powerful explosive outside a wall around the Jewish community of Kfar Darom in Gaza on Friday night, hoping to enter through the resulting gap. The three threw grenades and began firing at the soldiers in the nearby position, but the latter repelled them. One soldier was lightly wounded by shrapnel and […]


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Terrorists Also Lie

Thursday, February 28th, 2002

Can words be used as a weapon? The Palestinian Authority seems to think so. In mantra-like fashion, their leaders and spokespersons continue to attribute the incessant violence in the area to the “occupation” of the West Bank and Gaza. Just give us back our land, they say, and peace will surely be attained. Terrorists kill. […]


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Egyptian Government Daily: America’s Torture of Al-Qa’ida Prisoners Worse Than Hitler’s Treatment of Jewish and Christian ‘Rivals’

Thursday, February 28th, 2002

Many Arab columnists are harshly critical of the U.S. for its treatment of Al-Qa’ida and Taliban captives at Guantanamo. Renowned Egyptian author and columnist for the Egyptian government daily Al-Ahram, Anis Mansour, describes the treatment of the Al-Qa’ida and Taliban prisoners as ‘worse than prisoners under the Nazis.’ Following are excerpts from his article: “The […]


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World Media

Wednesday, February 27th, 2002

“Last Sunday, Yasser Arafat published an 1,100 word op-ed column, “The Palestinian Vision of Peace,” in the New York Times. In it, he wrote that the Palestinian people yearn to live “as an equal neighbor alongside Israel with peace and security for both.” And he made a point of denouncing the murderers who have spilled […]


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Palestinian Authority – Saudi Columnist: PA Declarations No Longer Credible

Wednesday, February 27th, 2002

Ahmad Al-Rab’i, a columnist for the London-based Saudi daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, recently apologized to his readers for reporting the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) version of the Karine A weapons ship affair. Al-Rab’i called on his readers not to believe the PA’s declarations any longer.(1) Following are excerpts: “When Israel announced that it had seized the [Karine […]


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2 Dead, Over 10 Wounded, in Three Terrorist Attacks

Tuesday, February 26th, 2002

(25 February 2002 – 21:30) Two terrorists opened fire at the last stop of the No. 25 bus in northern Jerusalem’s N’vei Yaakov neighborhood at about 6:30pm. Ten persons were wounded by gunfire, four seriously, including three policepersons. Police arrived on the scene of the shooting attack almost immediately, opening fire at the terrorists, as […]


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American Islamic lobby gets out the vote

Tuesday, February 26th, 2002

A controversial American Islamic advocacy group has planned a voter registration drive to coincide with the upcoming Muslim holiday at the end of the pilgrimage to Mecca. The Council on American-Islamic Relations, alleged to have ties to terrorist groups such as Hamas, says “our goal, insha’Allah (if Allah wills), is to register more than 100,000 […]


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Perplexed About Double Standard

Monday, February 25th, 2002

If Israel pinpoints and executes terrorists who have aided in planning attacks on innocent civilians, that is bad. If the United States declares war on terrorist leaders who aided in planning attacks in New York and Washington, that is good. If Israel has to compromise some civil rights of Arabs in order to promote its […]


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Minister Elon: We Still Want Action, Not Words

Monday, February 25th, 2002

The reaction of Tourism Minister Benny Elon (National Union-Yisrael Beiteinu) to today’s decision: “I’m not happy with it, because we have already resolved that Arafat is irrelevant, yet look how much time we spend talking about him. I don’t care about Arafat; I want actions, not words – we’re already in a war, so let […]


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Arafat May Leave Office, But Not Ramallah

Monday, February 25th, 2002

The Security Cabinet decided this morning, after more than three hours of debate, to compromise on the delicate issue of whether to release Yasser Arafat from his confinement in a Ramallah compound. Israeli tanks have kept him holed up there since early December, after 30 Jews were massacred over a four-day period in Haifa, Jerusalem […]


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