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“The Extent of Tremendous Hatred of the Jews is Baffling”

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

Saudi Columnist: We Must Discuss Why We Hate the Jews In the London Arabic-language daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, Saudi columnist Hussein Shubakshi discusses the Arab world’s hatred of Jews. The following are excerpts from the article: [1] “The Extent of Tremendous Hatred of the Jews is Baffling” “The extent of tremendous hatred of the Jews is […]


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IDF Wounds Two Terrorists; Three More Die in Bomb Accident

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

Two groups of terrorists had gathered near a mosque in Gaza’s Jabalya slums and were firing mortar shells from two launchers. Two of the terrorists were wounded by IAF missiles, which also destroyed both mortar launchers. The Islamic Jihad terror group issued a statement saying that a few minutes before the Israeli air strike, its […]


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Gush Katif Town Meeting

Tuesday, May 31st, 2005

Several nights ago I attended a Town Meeting in the large hall under our synagogue complex. The residents of Neve Dekalim gathered to listen, confer and speak their piece. The mayor of Neve Dekalim, Mr. Lior Kalfa, asked the people to sign a document with the purpose of alleviating their concerns regarding ‘the day after’. […]


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The Other Rachels

Sunday, May 29th, 2005

A few days ago we commented on the trend among the Moonbatocracy to create pseudo-art celebrating Rachel Corrie, the clueless campus radical who commmitted suicide while trying to prevent Israeli bulldozers from destroying a smuggling tunnel used by the Palestinians in Gaza to smuggle in explosives, weapons, and missiles. Well, last night, the play “My […]


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Terrorist Attack Thwarted at Beit Iba Crossing

Sunday, May 29th, 2005

IDF SPOKESPERSON ANNOUNCEMENT Terrorist attack thwarted when soldiers uncovered an explosive belt at the Beit Iba crossing The explosive belt was uncovered in a bag of a Palestinian who tried to exit Nablus. Earlier this afternoon around 14:00, IDF soldiers at the Beit Iba crossing identified a Palestinian acting in a suspicious manner at the […]


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Column One: Arik and the Tooth Fairy [ignoring reality]

Sunday, May 29th, 2005

MK Yuval Steinitz, the chairman of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, compares Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s decision to enable the Egyptian military to deploy its forces in the Sinai Peninsula to the decision by the ancient Greeks to allow the Trojan horse to enter their city. “The strategic blindness of both decisions is […]


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The Assault on the College of Ariel

Tuesday, May 24th, 2005

One of the biggest bugs that the Moonbat Left has discovered in its bonnet the past few weeks is the College of Judea and Samaria. It is a college that Israel set up in the Samarian town of Ariel, a town that was constructed outside Israel’s 1967 borders (the “Green Line”) in land liberated from […]


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Attorney-General Nixes Compensation Options for Gush Katif Farm

Tuesday, May 24th, 2005

The Cabinet, in its session of 15 days ago, decided to offer the farmers of Jewish Gaza one of three alternatives: land of equivalent size in the Negev or Galilee; up to 40 dunams (approx. 10 acres) of land elsewhere in Israel; or financial subsidy in purchasing land elsewhere in Israel. Mazuz nullified the latter […]


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Prosecute Saddam For Crime Of Aggression Against Israel

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

One of the most elementary principles of law is known as Nullum Crimen Sine Poena: “No crime without a punishment.” Stemming from at least three separate passages of the Torah (Exod. 21:22-25; Lev. 24:17-21; Deut. 19:19-21), the Lex Talionis or “law of exact retaliation” was absolutely integral to the Nuremberg Trial and judgment. Indeed, in […]


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Gaza Occupied Territory or Land of Israel?

Sunday, May 22nd, 2005

Fact: In October 1946, Kfar Darom (in the Gaza Strip) and ten other Jewish communities were established, in order to avert the British plan of disengaging the Negev from the Jewish State. Fact: Kfar Darom was established on the site of the 3rd-4th century Talmudic Jewish town of Kfar Darom. The Jewish farmer, Tuvia Miller, […]


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