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On Quashing Anti-Government Dissent In West Bank Communities: Perspectives Of National Law, International Law And Jewish Law (Part One of Three Parts)

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

By Louis Rene Beres Posted Nov 19 2008 On Quashing Anti-Government Dissent In West Bank Communities: Perspectives Of National Law, International Law And Jewish Law (Part One of Three Parts) , Louis Rene Beres In recent months, Israel’s Minister of Defense Ehud Barak, has issued several administrative expulsion orders. The point of these orders, of […]


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Sderot: 55% Hurt in Attacks

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

by Maayana Miskin (IsraelNN.com) More than 55 percent of Sderot residents have suffered direct or indirect physical injury or mental shock as the result of a Kassam rocket attack, according to a new poll. The poll was conducted by the NATAL group for terrorism victims and was published Monday. More than 90 percent of Sderot […]


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Our World: Time for the real Bush to stand up

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

Nov. 24, 2008 Caroline Glick , THE JERUSALEM POST US President George W. Bush has six weeks left in power. If he acts fast, that may be enough time to secure his place in history – at least in terms of the Middle East. Bush’s initial reactions to the Sept. 11 attacks were a rare […]


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Crossing all the lines

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

By Nadav Shragai Haaretz Last update – 12:02 24/11/2008 www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1040266.html Hebron in the eyes of the state prosecutors and the High Court of Justice is an Arab city where a few hundred Jews reside until “the final status agreement” is struck. Hebron in the eyes of the settlers is the city of our forefathers in […]


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Terrorists Attempt Attack on Yitzhar

Monday, November 24th, 2008

by Maayana Miskin (IsraelNN.com) Arab terrorists attempted to attack Yitzhar again on Saturday as leftists and Arabs arrived in the area to harvest olives. Yitzhar residens notified the IDF after spotting two suspicious-looking Arab men wandering near the town on Saturday afternoon. The suspects fled towards a nearby Arab village when soldiers arrived at the […]


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Epiphany for Barak: Negotiations aren’t the only way to free Gilad Schalit

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Dr. Aaron Lerner – IMRA: Stop the presses! A man who started his long military career in an elite special force suggests that there might be a way to get back an Israeli being held a few kilometers distance from Ashkelon that does not involve releasing Arab murderers. Here is a news flash for Defense […]


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Pollard’s wife sees golden opportunity to secure his release

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

Esther Pollard sends emotional letter to PM Olmert, urges him to bring up her husband’s release in upcoming meeting with President Bush; after more than 20 years in prison, time is right to free Jonathan, she says By Sharon Roffe-Ofir – YNET – Nov 22, 2008 www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3626923,00.html The end of George W. Bush’s term in […]


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Einstein’s Secret Spark

Sunday, November 23rd, 2008

By Sorah Shapiro Albert Einstein’s letter on God, in which he described the Bible as “pretty childish,” sold not long ago for more than $400,000. That letter is far from the definitive word, however, on Einstein and religion. In fact, there exists a vast library of personal letters and other archival material that reveal Einstein’s […]


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Oldest Hebrew Text Discovered at King David’s Border Fortress

Friday, November 21st, 2008

by Gil Ronen (IsraelNN.com) Archaeologists have discovered what they say is the oldest Hebrew text ever found, at a site they believe was King David’s front line fortress in the war against the people of Pleshet, also known as the Philistines. The site overlooks the Elah Valley, where the young David slew Goliath, the Philistine […]


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“Beit HaShalom”

Friday, November 21st, 2008

Beit HaShalom, or Peace House, is a four-story building in Hevron — along the main road called Worshippers’ Way that runs from Kiryat Arba to the Ma’arat Hamachpelah (Tomb of the Patriarchs) — that was purchased by Jews in 2005. Since March 2007, twenty families have lived in this house, which is now the center […]


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