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BEIT SARA – A Foothold in Kidmat Zion

Tuesday, May 4th, 2004

Building & Strengthening Yerushalayim – A Jewish Response to Arab Terror Shalom from Jerusalem. The following article relates to the killing of Sara Blaustein by Arab terrorists, and our response – Building Jerusalem. Ateret Cohanim has legally and officially purchased 2 buildings on the Jewish property of Abu Dis – Kidmat Zion. One building located […]

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Malka Chana Roth

Wednesday, March 17th, 2004

A Mother Writes: In Memory of Malka Chana How can I compress my Malki’s fifteen years into a mere few words? How can I sing her praises without sounding hyperbolic? And, the greatest challenge, how can I endure the pain that this will undoubtedly bring?  While the task seems daunting, I will attempt it nonetheless. […]

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Gadi and Tzippora Shemesh

Tuesday, February 10th, 2004

The tragic death of Gadi and Tzippora Shemesh of Pisgat Ze’ev, who were victims of a homicide-bombing attack on March 21, 2002 on King George Street in downtown Jerusalem, is particularly heart-rending. Gadi graduated Boys Town Jerusalem in 1986. As do most Boys Town graduates, he entered the Israeli army immediately following graduation, and at […]

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Remembering Dr David Applebaum

Monday, November 17th, 2003

From Arutz-7 News TOP DOCTOR-RABBI AND DAUGHTER-BRIDE MURDERED IN ATTACK The tragedy of the Jerusalem attack was multiplied several-fold when it was learned that among the murdered were Dr. David Applebaum and his daughter Nava. The former was the director of the emergency room of Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center, who dealt with hundreds of other […]

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Baruch Lerner

Monday, August 18th, 2003

Baruch Lerner was twenty-eight years old when he was murdered, and will always be remembered as such-young, handsome, and strong.He was killed on “Black March” 2002, during an outbreak of terror in Israel, when citizens were killed everywhere – on the roads, in shopping centers, buses, and coffee shops. Pictures were taken of the horrible […]

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Message from Sarah: The Return Home of Our Children

Wednesday, February 19th, 2003

Just three weeks ago, Saturday night, a van arrived on our hilltop. From it emerged five happy children along with their father and mother. The Ozeri family had come to visit. Immediately, Mordechai and his brother-in-law, who had been busy searching for one of our ducks, ran to honor these wonderful guests. One week after […]

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The Forgotten Victims (Part 4 of 4)

Sunday, January 19th, 2003

What YOU Can Do to Help Capture Palestinian Arab Killers of Americans In response to the ongoing Palestinian Arab murders of Americans, and the Palestinian Authority’s policy of sheltering the killers, the Koby Mandell Act would create a special office within the Justice Department to gather evidence against Palestinian Arab killers of Americans; arrange for […]

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The Forgotten Victims (Part 3 of 4)

Friday, January 17th, 2003

Elbert Kerson, of Union, NJ, and Mrs. Jeannie Salandi, of Highland Park, NJ were murdered on August 5, 1973 when terrorists from the PLO’s Balck September unit attacked the Athens, Greece Airport. PLO terrorists took hostages at the U.S. embassy in Khartoum, Sudan on March 2, 1973, and murdered the U.S. ambassador to Sudan, Cleo […]

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The Forgotten Victims (Part 2 of 4)

Thursday, January 16th, 2003

Aaron Ellis, 32, the son of U.S. tourists from Chicago who have been residing in Israel, was one of six people murdered in a shooting attack at a bat mitzvahs celebration in Hadera on January 18, 2002. Fatah’s Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade claimed responsibility for the attack. Aaron left behind seven siblings, as well as […]

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The Forgotten Victims (Part 1 of 4)

Wednesday, January 15th, 2003

Introduction By U.S. Representatives Rob Andrews & Jim Saxton Nearly 100 Americans have been murdered by Palestinian Arab terrorists in Israel since the 1960s, and many more have been injured, some of them permanently maimed. It is especially sobering to note that 31 of those fatalities came subsequent to the singing of the Oslo agreement […]

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