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Recent Israeli “firsts” once again confirmed Israel’s place at the forefront of medical research and health care technology.

Friday, February 20th, 2004

This time, both breakthroughs come from Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital. Israeli fertility experts at the Hadassah University Hospital-Ein Karem have facilitated the birth of two healthy babies from embryos that were frozen for five years longer than previously thought possible. The happy parents, from Jerusalem, had their IVF (in vitro fertilization) embryos frozen in 1990 as […]


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An Urgent Call to Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

Friday, February 20th, 2004

MAY 20 & 21, 2004 NEW YORK CITY Dr. Jack Hayford, one of America√ʬ§^(TM)s most respected pastors, along with Rev. Robert Stearns, Rev. Ted Haggard, Dr. Paul Cedar, Dr. Corkie Haan, Dr. Don Finto, Rev. Jane Hansen, Dr. Pat Robertson, Dr. Dick Eastman, Dr. James Hutchens, Mr. Gary Bauer, Rev. Kenneth Copeland, Dr. Ravi Zacharias […]


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THE DAVID HAIVRI CASE

Wednesday, February 18th, 2004

Were it not for the evident seriousness of its implications, the David Haivri case would represent little more than the reduction to absurdity of a democratic country’s legal system. Known popularly as the “T-Shirt Trial,” the current court proceedings in Israel are based on an incident in which the defendant was charged with possession and […]


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Gush Katif Marchers Head For Jerusalem

Wednesday, February 18th, 2004

The Gush Katif march to Jerusalem continued for its third day today, as the marchers from Israel’s southern Mediterranean coastal communities head for Jerusalem. The Gush Katif march to Jerusalem continued for its third day today, as the marchers from Israel’s southern Mediterranean coastal communities head for Jerusalem. The march comes in response to Prime […]


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Opposition Tries Again To Topple Government

Tuesday, February 17th, 2004

The Knesset will vote today on four no-confidence motions, which the opposition is hoping will bring the government down. The Likud-led government has barely survived two recent no-confidence votes in the past two weeks by majorities of just one or two MKs. The National Union MKs are deliberating this afternoon as to whether to vote […]


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Sderot’s Solidarity With Jewish Gaza

Tuesday, February 17th, 2004

Even as 100 residents of the Jewish communities in Gaza continue their four-day march to Jerusalem, Palestinian terrorists continue their attacks on southern Israel. Soldiers detected two terrorists just north of the Kisufim junction this morning; the terrorists were unhurt and escaped. Another terrorist was shot and hit last night further north, near the Karni […]


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Egyptian Government Daily: Suicide Bombings are Legitimate Even if Children Are Killed

Tuesday, February 17th, 2004

An editorial in the Egyptian government daily Al-Masaa praised suicide/martyrdom operations, and called on Palestinian organizations to not publish the names of the bombers so that their families’ houses would not be demolished. The article focuses primarily on female suicide bombers, following the debate in the Arab media over Hamas’s dispatching of Reem Al-Riyashi, a […]


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The Story of Kedumim

Tuesday, February 17th, 2004

The story of Kedumim is the story of the modern-day renewal of Jewish settlement in Samaria. Kedumim is the first Jewish community in Samaria. Kedumim is the first Jewish community in Samaria. It is located in the heart of Israel, just two miles west of Shechem and 12 miles east of Kfar Saba and Netanya, […]


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Hezbollah’s Victory, Israel’s Decline

Monday, February 16th, 2004

When asked in 1787, as the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia came to an end, whether it had created a monarchy or a republic, Benjamin Franklin replied. “A republic, if you can keep it.” His pessimism comes to mind whenever a republic makes a terrible mistake, from the French policy of appeasement toward Germany in the […]


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IS THE FILM “THE PASSION” A HATE CRIME?

Monday, February 16th, 2004

The concept of anti-Semitism, given its well-documented history has evolved in our lexicon as nothing less than a hate crime. The film, “The Passion” has been seen by Jewish experts in anti-Semitism, Genocide and Hate Crimes. Their opinions are that this film is a call for violence against the Jewish people. As a caveat, not […]


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