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Temple Mount Can Be Opened To Jews

Monday, September 30th, 2002

“There is no reason not to allow Jews to visit the Temple Mount, even without the Moslem Waqf’s permission.” So said Police Superintendent Chaim Klein, formerly the head of the Israel Police Intelligence Section, speaking recently to a group of Public Security Ministry officials. The GSS also agrees that the Temple Mount can be opened […]


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IDF Retreats From The Mukata

Monday, September 30th, 2002

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and the Cabinet convened this morning and decided to end the more obvious aspects of the IDF’s siege of Yasser Arafat’s Mukata compound in Ramallah. Tanks have already begun to be removed from the view of those in the Mukata’s remaining building, but troops will remain close by to arrest any […]


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Palestinian State? Just Say… NO!

Friday, September 27th, 2002

Now that it’s been a year since America tasted horrific acts of terrorism on its own soil, it’s important to review that Saudi “peace plan.” I know you’re thinking, “What? The very country that supplied nearly all of the September. 11th terrorist hijackers? The same place that has an appalling record of human rights abuse, […]


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5 Wounded in Hevron Area Shooting Attack

Friday, September 27th, 2002

(IsraelNN.com) MDA emergency medical service officials reporting four persons were lightly wounded by gunfire in the Southern Hevron Hills area shooting attack, not three as believed earlier. A fifth victim, an infant girl, is reported in moderate-to-serious condition, en route to the Hadassah Hospital trauma center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem neighborhood.


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Iraq Has Plans To Launch Weapons Of Mass Destruction

Wednesday, September 25th, 2002

This morning British Prime Minister Tony Blair released a 55-page dossier revealing that Iraq has the ability–and is planning–to launch long-range missiles armed with chemical and biological warheads against its enemies. The report shows that included in his arsenal are 20 al-Hussein missiles with a range of 650 kilometers (about 400 miles). Such missiles would […]


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Uprooting The Roots Of Terror In Gaza

Wednesday, September 25th, 2002

Last night IDF troops, backed by tanks and helicopters, moved into three sections of PLO-controlled Gaza in a move aimed at weakening the terror infrastructure. PLO officials say that at least nine Arabs were killed, and twenty others wounded in exchanges with the troops. Among the dead were two senior Al-Aksa Brigade terrorists. During the […]


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An Excellent Speech, with One Serious Mistake

Wednesday, September 25th, 2002

President George Bush’s recent speech to the UN on the danger that Iraq poses to the people of the world, and the necessity of taking strong pre-emptive measures to foreclose that danger, is a model of courageous and rational thinking. It is so much easier to wait until after the disaster before reacting. It requires […]


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A Look at Jerusalem’s Disaster Plan

Tuesday, September 24th, 2002

(IsraelNN.com) Jerusalem like other cities in Israel is preparing a disaster plan in the event of a missile attack launched by Saddam Hussein. Following is a very brief overview involving some of the major preparations involved. TENT CITIES TO BE ESTABLISHED Teddy Stadium and Sacher Park will serve as tent cities to house the homeless […]


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Israel divestment spotlighted in campus debates

Tuesday, September 24th, 2002

When MIT Professor Nancy Kanwisher helped launch a petition last spring calling on Harvard and MIT to cut their financial ties to Israel, she saw it as a political protest against Israel’s alleged violation of Palestinians’ human rights. But in the months since she helped gather signatures on the two campuses, her effort has become […]


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The world’s collective amnesia

Monday, September 23rd, 2002

Yasser Arafat may have lost some of his personal political clout of late, but the political movement he began – demanding justice for Palestinian Arabs expelled from their homes in 1948 – remains as strong as ever. There’s just one problem. There’s not the slightest historical evidence to suggest Arabs were expelled in significant numbers […]


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