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Fence Causes Hardship to Jewish Farmers

Friday, July 30th, 2004

The amended route of the counter-terrorism partition fence will no longer unduly harm Arab farmers – but will not be as sensitive to Jewish ones. As currently planned, it will pass through Jewish-owned fields and will severely hamper the quality of life of at least one community. The fence’s route near Nebi Samuel and Givat […]


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Some critical info to keep in mind before casting your ballot

Friday, July 30th, 2004

The Arab and Iranian press have increasingly discussed the upcoming American presidential election. Most journalists are pulling for a Kerry victory. Other commentators have said that the choice between the two is like “choosing between cholera and the plague.” The Iranian press has been particularly active in monitoring the elections. The editor of the Egyptian […]


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Jewish-Owned, Arab-Squatted Land Sold to Arabs

Friday, July 30th, 2004

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has sold 96 dunams of land (almost 24 acres) to a PA company, a university spokesperson announced this week. The land, sold for $1.1 million, is located in two north-Jerusalem Arab neighborhoods, Beit Hanina and Shuafat, just west of N’vei Yaakov. Ezra Yachin, a veteran of the Lechi organization and […]


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Hezbollah Now Has Rockets That Can Hit Tel Aviv;Dangerous Sign Of What Will Happen In Gaza If Israel Leaves

Thursday, July 29th, 2004

NEW YORK- Despite claims that an Israeli retreat from Lebanon would lead to peace, Hezbollah terrorists in southern Lebanon now have rockets that can reach Tel Aviv–a dangerous sign of what to expect if Israel retreats from Gaza. According to Israel Radio (July 25, 2004), Israel\u2019s chief of military intelligence, Major-General Aharon Ze\u2019evi-Farkash told the […]


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Understanding Sharon

Thursday, July 29th, 2004

Ariel Sharon has most of his right-leaning friends befuddled. Our boy Arik the founder of the Likud Party, the darling of the settler movement, the poster boy for no-nonsense anti-terrorism and the very personification of daring military initiative – has, it is feared, transformed himself into Yitzhak Rabin’s pale shadow. Much like Rabin, he is […]


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Eichmanns Executioner

Thursday, July 29th, 2004

“Jews are commanded to surely obliterate the memory of Amalek from beneath the Heavens. I was given the privilege of erasing this descendant of Amalek in our generation, and I did,” said Shalom Nagar, 65, an Israeli of Yemenite origin who physically carried out the execution of the Nazi architect of the Final Solution, Adolf […]


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Return the Israeli Flag to the Temple Mount!

Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

This speech by Nadia Matar, Chairperson, Women in Green, at the Tisha B’Av Evening Walk around the Old City Walls of Jerusalem was delivered in Hebrew. The following is an English translation thereof. Return the Israeli Flag to the Temple Mount! On June 7, 1967, our paratroopers broke through the Lions’ Gate, and liberated the […]


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Jews Barred From Temple Mount While Mourning Destruction Of Temples

Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

The Temple Mount – Judaism’s holiest site – was closed to Jews today in response to Muslim threats of violence if Jews were allowed to visit. The decision was made by Jerusalem Police Chief Ilan Franco, citing the threat of Arab violence toward Jews who would enter the holy site. The closure is particularly painful […]


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Two Terrorists Killed In the Act

Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

The IDF Givati Elite commando unit eliminated two Arab terrorists early this morning as they were preparing to fire anti-tank missiles at Jewish towns along Israel’s southern Mediterranean coast in Gaza. A similar Arab-launched missile fired on Sunday hit a Community Center in N’vei Dekalim and wounded six youths playing outside. One ten-year-old boy, Roni […]


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Adopt a Volunteer

Tuesday, July 27th, 2004

Chaim Veshalom Hatzola Gilo-Har Choma was established in response to the overwhelming demand for emergency medical assistance in the neighborhoods of Gilo and Har Choma, which are located on the outskirts of Jerusalem. Chaim Veshalom is prepared to respond to emergency medical situations anytime and anywhere, sometimes under the most stressful and trying of circumstances. […]


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