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Heavy Rocket Damage To Home In Jewish Gaza

Sunday, February 29th, 2004

“We are just so thankful. G-d simply took us with tweezers and rescued us.” So said mother-of-four Chani Tzadok this morning, shortly after a rocket landed directly on her home in N’vei Dekalim of Gush Katif. She told Arutz-7 what happened: “It was shortly before 10:00, and my husband and I were in the kitchen, […]


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Couple Murdered in Friday Night Terror Attack

Sunday, February 29th, 2004

Eitan Kukoi, 30, and his wife Rima Novikov, 27, were murdered by terrorist gunfire on Friday night in southern Green Line Israel on Route 31, the Hevron-Be’er Sheva Road. MDA emergency medical service dispatchers received the first call at 20:24. The two were traveling from their home in Livna in the Hevron Hills when their […]


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What Is Arab Antisemitism?

Sunday, February 29th, 2004

Introduction The resurgence of antisemitism has two distinguishable new characteristics: a) the anti-Jewish positions are presented as a just response to Israel’s conduct in its conflict with the Palestinians; and b) the Arab media are the source of most of this anti-Jewish propaganda. This calls for special attention to the issue of Arab antisemitism, which […]


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Mass Terror Attack Thwarted; One Soldier Killed

Friday, February 27th, 2004

Two Arab terrorists, on their way to a mass shooting attack this morning, were thwarted by an Israeli Army force before they could reach their target. The force killed both terrorists, but not before the latter killed one soldier. Two Arab terrorists, on their way to a mass shooting attack on the Ashkelon-Yad Mordechai highway […]


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U.N. request to court disregards Israel’s side of the story

Friday, February 27th, 2004

The International Court of Justice in the Hague is being asked by the U.N. General Assembly to provide advice on the ”legal consequences” of Israel’s security fence. Predating the request for advice was a November report from U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan detailing the harm to Palestinians said to result from the fence and a […]


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In Ninth Grade And Already Fighting The Liberal Thought Police

Friday, February 27th, 2004

I’m a ninth grader at Edgemont High School in Scarsdale, New York. As such, I live in a town, and region, of the country that is largely populated by liberals. In fact, in my social milieu, it has become a custom to be liberal. This custom alienates me because I am not a liberal. I […]


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ZOA Files Suit In Federal District CourtAgainst The State Department

Thursday, February 26th, 2004

Last October, the ZOA’s Center for Law and Justice (ZOA-CLJ) filed suit in the federal district court in Washington, D.C. on behalf of an American couple living in Jerusalem, alleging that Secretary of State Colin Powell and the State Department violated federal law by refusing to recognize their infant son’s birthplace as Israel on his […]


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GSS Chief: P.A. Terrorists Working on Missiles to Bypass Fence

Thursday, February 26th, 2004

GSS (Shabak) commander Avi Dichter continues to promote the construction of the fence as a barrier against terrorism – even as he says that it appears to be on its way to becoming obsolete. GSS (Shabak) commander Avi Dichter continues to promote the construction of the fence as a barrier against terrorism – even as […]


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Mel Gibson and the Jews

Wednesday, February 25th, 2004

His latest lethal weapon? Mel’s film promises spiritual inspiration but instead evokes the kind of rage that for centuries past resulted in ruthless acts of retribution. Soon we’ll find out who is more powerful, Mel Gibson or Pope John XXIII. Shortly before his death in 1963, the spiritual leader of Catholics round the world composed […]


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Anti-Semitic incidents up in Britain; Middle East tensions seen as culprit

Wednesday, February 25th, 2004

Turmoil in the Middle East is behind the high number of anti-Semitic incidents in Britain, a monitoring group said.There were 375 anti-Semitic incidents in Britain last year, the second highest number in two decades, according to the Community Security Trust, which monitors such incidents on behalf of U.K. Jewry. The incidents ranged from attacks on […]


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