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SIX SERIOUSLY WOUNDED IN NETANYA BOMBING

Monday, March 31st, 2003

Netanya was once again the scene of a major bombing attack today, though this time, miraculously, no one was killed. It was just a year and three days ago that a Palestinian terrorist blew himself up in a Netanya hotel where hundreds of people were celebrating the Passover Seder, killing no fewer than 29 people. […]


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How the U.S. underestimated the Iraq resistance

Monday, March 31st, 2003

When the Americans were planning their campaign in Iraq, they reckoned the forces that would try to prevent the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime would be the Republican Guard divisions, special forces and the secret police. They were contemptuous of the regular Iraqi army, and practically didn’t take into account the popular militias. Now, it […]


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A Little Advice on Peace and War from an Israeli

Monday, March 31st, 2003

For all those of you who think that only war poses risks for innocent people, I would like to tell you of our experiences here in Israel. Nine years ago, we in Israel, encouraged by our own Peace-Nowers, signed a Peace Accord with a known terrorist, pulled our army out, handed him land and then […]


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French Jews Tell of a New and Threatening Wave of Anti-Semitism

Sunday, March 30th, 2003

SEVRAN, France – Jérémy Bismuth is Jewish, though he doesn’t wear a yarmulke or Star of David pendant or adhere to a Kosher diet or leave school early on Fridays to be home before sunset. Nothing identifies the 15-year-old French boy as Jewish except his birth. Yet because he is a Jew, he was attacked […]


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In Belgrade, man wants memorial to a ‘forgotten concentration camp’

Sunday, March 30th, 2003

BELGRADE, March 27 (JTA) — Wandering round the vast, neglected site straddling Belgrade’s Sava river, Aleksandar Mosic admits his project is ambitious. Mosic, a former board member of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia, wants to recreate the Belgrade Fair exhibition ground and thus build a proper memorial to the victims of what he […]


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Tens of thousands of Palestinians march in support of Iraq

Sunday, March 30th, 2003

GAZA CITY – Tens of thousands of Palestinians rallied in the West Bank and Gaza Strip on Friday in their biggest show of support ever for Iraq, burning effigies of Western leaders and urging Saddam Hussein to attack Israel. The marches could prove embarrassing for Yasser Arafat’s Palestinian Authority which, while speaking out against the […]


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Red Cross Harbors Terrorist

Friday, March 28th, 2003

Two International Red Cross workers attempted to prevent the IDF from arresting a senior Islamic Jihad terrorist today. An IDF Egoz unit entered the Red Cross building in Jenin today, arrested the terrorist’s accomplice, and found two Kalachnikov rifles at the site. When the soldiers asked to enter the offices, the two female workers – […]


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Pockets in Yesha to be Hard-Hit

Friday, March 28th, 2003

Families in Judea, Samaria and Gaza will be particularly hurt by the new economic plan, as they fall into many of the hardest-hit categories. They are often large families (whose child allowances will be cut) living in peripheral geographical area (whose income tax benefits will be disallowed or reduced), with added security costs (some of […]


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Bush’s “Road Map” Plan Will Lead to the Creation of a Palestinian Arab Terrorist State

Friday, March 28th, 2003

TO: ZOA Executive Directors ZOA Regional Leaders Friends of Israel Around the U.S. FROM: Morton A. Klein National President Zionist Organization of America Bush’s “Road Map” Plan Will Lead to the Creation of a Palestinian Arab Terrorist State     President Bush has said that he will soon present Israel with a “Road Map” plan that […]


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ADL audit finds increase of anti-Semitism on campus

Thursday, March 27th, 2003

NEW YORK, March 25 (JTA) — Rick Dorfman may be the human face of the latest findings in the Anti-Defamation League’s annual report of anti-Semitic incidents across the country. Though the incident has not yet been confirmed by police as anti-Semitic, the University of Michigan junior was punched in the head by a stranger at […]


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