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Gaza Terrorists Murder 2 Israelis, Wound 3

Sunday, July 24th, 2005

Two Arab terrorists killed an Israeli couple and injured three others in an attack on a car at the Kissufim crossing Saturday night. Soldiers killed one terrorist and are looking for the second. At least two of the injured suffered light or moderate injuries and all of the victims were ferried by helicopter to Be’er […]


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World’s oldest living married couple celebrates another milestone

Friday, July 22nd, 2005

At 105, Herbert Brown is impeccably dressed in a crisp blue shirt that brings out the color of his eyes but belies the strain of time on his frail frame. Given his time spent in a Nazi concentration camp and his run-in with the notorious Adolf Eichmann, it’s a wonder Brown has survived. But here […]


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Mideast Columnist For Philadelphia Inquirer Says: Gaza Plan Rewards Terror, Harms Israel’s Security And Strengthens Hamas

Friday, July 22nd, 2005

New York – Trudy Rubin, long-time Mideast senior columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, whose leftwing record is well-known, has unequivocally stated that Israelâ\u20ac\u2122s Gaza/Samaria withdrawal/expulsion plan rewards Palestinian Arab terrorism, undermines Israel â\u20ac\u2122s security and greatly strengthens Hamas. Rubin said she just came back from Lebanon and saw first hand how strong Hezbollah has become […]


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A Rocky Mountain high for Israeli rescue unit

Thursday, July 21st, 2005

Mountainous terrain can be treacherous whether in Israel’s Negev desert or in the Colorado Rockies. And that’s why joint training exercises between rescue units for the two locations have proven to be so beneficial to both sides. That was the assessment following last month’s visit by ten members of Israel’s Negev Highlands Rescue Team (NHRT) […]


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What happened to unconditional surrender?

Thursday, July 21st, 2005

DOLGELLAU, Wales \u2014 Thank goodness for those history channels that bring back the generals and politicians of the past who, by contrast, make many of today’s leaders look indecisive. I saw President Harry Truman on one of them last week. In a speech to the nation near the end of World War II, Truman rejected […]


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Palestinian Responses to an Israeli Withdrawal from Gaza

Wednesday, July 20th, 2005

Palestinian Responses to an Israeli Withdrawal from Gaza In early February 2004, when I realized that Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was indeed serious about pulling Israeli troops and civilians from Gaza, I warned (http://www.danielpipes.org/article/1532) against this on the grounds that “Palestinian Arabs will see a pullback signaling that Israel is weak, appeasing, and vulnerable. Far […]


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Columnist For Israel’s Ha’aretz, Has Second Thoughts, Now Says: Don’t Withdraw From Gaza

Wednesday, July 20th, 2005

New York – Danny Rubinstein is the most prominent journalist in Israel covering Palestinian Arab affairs. He has been writing on this issue for 30 years. He authored a biography of the terrorist leader Yasser Arafat and formerly wrote for the Labor Party/Histadrut newspaper Davar. Writing today (7/18/05) in the prestigious leftwing Israeli daily Haaretz […]


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Tension and High Spirits in Kfar Maimon

Wednesday, July 20th, 2005

Tens of thousands of anti-disengagement protestors are under police siege in the small moshav Kfar Maimon. The police refuse to allow them to proceed towards the Kisufim Junction outside Gush Katif. Despite 24 hours of uncertainty and tension, the protestors are in high spirits, with circles of singing and dancing breaking out intermittently. The thousands […]


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Massive Anti-Disengagement Rally Begins, March Will Go On

Monday, July 18th, 2005

The massive anti-Disengagement protest in Netivot began Monday evening, albeit three hours late due to police efforts to prevent protesters from arriving for the rally. The protesters began marching toward the community of Kfar Maimon, in the direction of Gush Katif, despite police refusal to authorize the march. The organizers of the rally, the Yesha […]


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The beginning of the reckoning

Monday, July 18th, 2005

Reacting to Neville Chamberlain’s Munich Pact with Adolf Hitler in the British Parliament in October 1938, Winston Churchill warned, “You have to consider the character of the Nazi movement and the rule which it implies There can never be friendship between the British democracy and the Nazi power, that power which spurns Christian ethics, which […]


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