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Most Asked Questions about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Friday, December 20th, 2002

DIDN’T ISRAEL DRIVE OUT 600,000 PALESTINIANS AT GUNPOINT IN 1948 AND TAKE THEIR LAND? Most Arabs who left Israel did so under the orders of the Arab leader, the Grand Mufti, to withdraw and let the Arab armies “drive the Jews into the sea,” which they attempted in 1948. However Israel won that war. Not […]


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Saddam Says Sorry

Thursday, December 19th, 2002

In the lead-up to an all-but-certain war between the United States and her allies and the dictatorship of Iraq, Saddam Hussein is trying to increase the chances that as many of his neighbors as possible will not join in the fight on the side of America. One method Hussein has adopted vis-a-vis Kuwait is a […]


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Dangers In Paris, London

Wednesday, December 18th, 2002

Three Algerian Moslem extremists have been arrested in Paris on suspicion of planning a chemical attack. They were found to be in possession of unidentified chemicals, as well thousands of dollars in cash and Islamic propaganda literature. In other European news, British Prime Minister Tony Blair made clear yesterday that differences between his country and […]


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Al-Qaeda is Another Zionist Plot…

Wednesday, December 18th, 2002

Following Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s announcement that al-Qaeda had set up cells and was operating in Gaza and from within the Palestinian Authority, the PA press was replete with stories claiming that, in fact, it was the Israeli secret service recruiting Arab youths, while letting them think they were working for Osama bin Laden. The […]


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A Jew’s Best Friend

Tuesday, December 17th, 2002

Perhaps you haven’t heard, but there’s a new controversy percolating in the Jewish world; or in the “hate-Jews world,” to be exact. A little 15-year-old Italian girl of Egyptian extraction, Randa Ghazy, has written a book, Dream of Palestine, which, among other things, laments the death of “just five” Jews by a suicide bomber as […]


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Oslo Comes Home to Roost

Tuesday, December 17th, 2002

When Israel’s Labor Party is routed in the January 28 general elections – as most polls indicate it will be – what was once the nation’s most powerful political force will have arrived at the destination it clearly set out for back in 1993, but refused to believe it would reach. It’s been a long […]


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THREE TERRORISTS KILLED

Tuesday, December 17th, 2002

The IDF removed the curfew from the PA-controlled city of Shechem today – and promptly had several of its nearby outposts attacked by Arab gunfire. Israeli cars nearby were also stoned and firebombed. IDF forces returned fire, and no Israeli casualties were reported. Three terrorists, including at least two Hamas members, were killed in clashes […]


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ABRAMS’ APPOINTMENT STRENGTHENS ANTI-OSLO CAMP

Tuesday, December 17th, 2002

The anti-Oslo camp gained important points last week with U.S. President George Bush’s appointment of Elliott Abrams as his Middle East policy coordinator. Abrams, who will serve in the top Middle East policy spot in the National Security Council (NSC), was known for his objections to Barak’s concessions in Camp David, as well as for […]


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On Iraq (for Ariel Sharon)

Monday, December 16th, 2002

Arik: Now that President Bush has delivered his WMD policy statement, here is your final draft with the revisions we discussed. Should be delivered before the Israeli elections of Jan. 2003. Irwin WMD Policy Speech (543TS-12/10/02) On Iraq for Prime Minister Ariel Sharon: Draft #3 – Israel has long been considered the mini-America in the […]


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Israel on Campus

Saturday, December 14th, 2002

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The claim of universities to be fostering diversity and preventing discrimination against vulnerable minorities is oddly compromised by a surge of anti-Semitism. With the recent addition of Columbia and Yale, over 50 campuses are currently circulating faculty petitions to divest from Israel and from American firms selling arms to Israel. Faculty at […]


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