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Jewish Presence To Grow in East Jerusalem

Monday, January 31st, 2005

The Israeli cabinet has decided that more than half of the property in East Jerusalem is government property and may be sold or leased to Jews. The new policy was agreed on last summer but was not revealed until last week. The cabinet decision is based on the Absentee Property Law that defines an absentee […]


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HOW TO ENSURE ISRAEL’S EXISTENCE

Monday, January 31st, 2005

Many of us concerned with the continued existence of Israel have often spoken out about what we saw as the re-partition of Israel. We tried to bring the betrayal of Israel into the sunlight – to show what the Left is doing in the shadows, while proclaiming their patriotism. Many of us have written about […]


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The Deeper Meanings of “Disengagement”

Saturday, January 29th, 2005

By Louis Rene Beres January 19, 2005 published by IsraelInsider.com “…..All people, Jews or gentiles, who dare not defend themselves when they know they are in the right, who submit to punishment not because of what they have done but because of who they are, are already dead by their own decision; and whether or […]


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Israel Foreign Minister Shalom:Cease-Fire Is A Ticking Bomb

Saturday, January 29th, 2005

New York – Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said yesterday on Army Radio, “A cease-fire is a ticking bomb which will blow up in our faces. A cease-fire as such is not a goal. Whoever thinks a halt is the right thing is mistaken.” Shalom added, “Therefore, you cannot take a cease-fire as a long […]


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Jews Secretly Buying Gaza Land

Saturday, January 29th, 2005

The “Fund For Land Redemption” has secretly bought more than seven acres (30 dunams) of land in Gaza and is negotiating to buy much more land, according to the Ynet news web site. The Fund, with the help of several millionaires, also is buying large amounts of land throughout Judea and Samaria in an effort […]


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Israeli Invention Detects TATP Explosives

Thursday, January 27th, 2005

Researchers from Israel’s Technion in Haifa have developed a device to detect the kind of improvised explosives increasingly used by Arab terror groups. The new detector, named the Peroxide Explosive Tester (PET), looks like a three-color ball-point pen. The device releases three chemical mixtures that change color upon interaction with the suspected explosive materials. A […]


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Sharon to Pardon PA Official Who Planned School Bus Bombing

Thursday, January 27th, 2005

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is poised to pardon two PA officials with proven ties to terrorism, including one of the planners of the fatal November 2000 bombing of an Israeli school bus. Rashid Abu Shabak, second-in-command of the PA Preventive Security Services in Gaza, is one of two senior PA officials wanted for their involvement […]


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60 years after Auschwitz

Thursday, January 27th, 2005

By: Sara Olkon When the Red Army arrived to free prisoners at the Nazis’ Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland 60 years ago today, the liberation held little meaning, at first, to those who had somehow survived. Jan. 27, 1945, was simply another day in hell for people who had been isolated, forced on death marches […]


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Saudi Columnist: ‘The Only Way to End Violence and Terrorism Is to Fight a Cultural and Ideological Battle’

Wednesday, January 26th, 2005

Several Arab columnists have recently published articles critical of the view that the main motivation to terrorism is poverty or despair. They instead cite the role of cultural and religious factors in motivating terrorism, and particularly the incitement by sheikhs who encourage young men to conduct terror operations. The following are excerpts from three articles; […]


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Real Fighting Spirit

Wednesday, January 26th, 2005

By Philip Sieradski, Ph.D. After 60 years of ignoring the Holocaust, this week, the United Nations officially acknowledged that it did, in fact, take place, along with liberation of Jewish people from concentration camps. There was a special session at the UN, with two exhibits about the liberation of Auschwitz — one from the International […]


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