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- What Really Happend in Khan Yunis
A Letter From Moshe X, An IDF Hero, To CNN, BBC, Reuters And Yahoo:
- The Strong Delusion
The secretary of state is a textbook case of the power of delusion. One would have to be deluded to accept the argument that the Palestinians will accept anything less than the total annihilation of Israel.
- Palestinian Demilitarization: An Analysis
Now that a Palestinian state is altogether inevitable, Prime Minister Sharon argues publicly that Israel´s security could still be
safeguarded by Palestinian demilitarization. There is no need to worry, says the Prime Minister, the authoritative expectations
of international law will be able to protect Israel. However, Sharon is sorely mistaken. International law will not necessarily
require Palestinian compliance with pre-state agreements concerning the use of armed force. From the standpoint of
international law, enforcing demilitarization upon a state of Palestine would be enormously problematic.
- Who Needs Palestine?
The world does not need another Arab police state – one that will terrorize its own people every bit as much as it will terrorize its Jewish neighbor. That's the inevitable future of a Palestinian state under Arafat.
- Mideast 'Vision Thing'
The problem with the Bush "vision" is that it not only bears no resemblance to today's realities. It also ignores the vision Yasser Arafat and his Palestinian Authority have for the future of Israel.
- A Particular Israeli Blindness
The ordinary Israeli has no personal experience with traditional anti-Semitism, other than in the form of Palestinian violence. He does not understand languages and so cannot read what anti-Semites say and write. He has no awareness of how common it is to find hate sites and Holocaust deniers and other expressions of gutter anti-Semitism or that it is rare to find chat lists discussing the Middle East that are NOT immediately hijacked by neo-Nazis and Holocaust deniers. He does not realize that all anti-Zionism is based on simple hatred of Jews. He thinks it has something to do with settlements or income distribution.
- Verbal Terrorism - Christian Action for Israel Commentary
"This hate-inspired "Essay" maligning Israels re-creation and success is an outstanding example of how traditional anti-semitism has put on a new and more acceptable mask: "anti-Israel" and/or "anti-Zionist". This particular article ranks among the worst that we have encountered in monitoring and participating for some twenty years in Christian-Jewish relations and dialogue, literally around the world.."
- Yasser Arafat, Zionist
To be sure, the Palestinian
Authority's newest media initiative masks popular support for terrorism,
which is at least more widespread than Palestinian officials are willing
to admit. But terrorist-turned-victim Arafat is primarily concerned with
preserving his newer, more agreeable face in the West.
- The Death of Outrage
There is something wrong, something terribly wrong, with how inured we have become to the violence around us. The daily fare of grenade attacks, roadside bombs, mortar rounds, shootings, stonings and stabbings have all become a regular part of the news broadcast, and they seem to elicit about as much interest as the daily weather forecast.
- Manley's Misguided Mission
Two editorials examining Canadian Foreign Minister John Manley's "Middle East Tour"
From Last Month.....
- From Balfour to Blair
This shift in British policy over the past century, in which it has taken a decidedly pro-Arab tilt, has only seemed to worsen in recent months. Just two weeks ago, Blair exchanged warm handshakes and chummy grins with Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat before the television cameras in London, even as Arafat's minions were busy murdering innocent Israelis back home. It was the 11th time that Blair had met with Arafat since becoming Britain's premier, and rather than lambasting Arafat for engaging in terrorism, Blair went out of his way to call for the establishment of a viable Palestinian state.
- Fates of America and Israel Intertwined
It is a deep love of country that compels me to speak out against Bush's sellout of Israel. To appease our Moslem allies-in-name-only, the president is pushing Jerusalem to treat with assassins and allow another Afghanistan on its borders. Big mistake. Strategic interests aside, the fates of America and the seed of Abraham are intertwined. The Bible was as much America's founding document as the Declaration of Independence or Constitution. The Founding Fathers' beliefs in liberty, equality before the law and representative government came from Sinai. The Constitution is a covenant reflecting a much older covenant.
- Arafat's Never-Ending Hunger for War
For one of his most bellicose speeches in months, Arafat gathered in his
office in Gaza the political activists of all the Palestinian groups -
Fatah-Tanzim, the Popular Front, the Democratic Front, Hamas and Jihad
Islami. Under the caption, "Facing the Challenges", he placed the
Palestinian struggle at the center of the Muslim scene and in the
context of the war in Afghanistan.
- When A Terrorist Is Just Another Patriot
Colin Powell, a distinguished old soldier who surely knows better, spent yesterday discouraging comparisons between the suicide
bombers in Israel and the suicide bombers in Manhattan and at the Pentagon. But his double standard doesn't work. Jews who die at the
hands of suicide bombers in Israel are just as dead as the 5,000 Americans who died at the hands of Islamist suicide bombers in
Manhattan and at the Pentagon. They're likely to remain that way.
- Blame it on the Jews
The message of Muslim radicalism counts as similarly dangerous, and once again deceptively focuses on Jews to disguise the true depth of its threat to all of Western civilization. If Israel suddenly ceased to exist, would Osama bin Laden and his millions of supporters suddenly embrace America as a long lost friend? The very idea is preposterous, given the passion and sweep of bin Laden's clearly articulated and furious contempt for the freewheeling, secular and seductive nature of American society and culture.
- Betraying a True Friend
By trying to be "politically correct" the State
Department sends a signal to the terrorists that America is not yet
ready to seriously wage war against them. Attempts to pay the
terrorists off by forcing Israel to surrender create a fertile ground
for new and more devastating terrorist attacks on American soil.
- America, Israel, and Surviving Terrorism
If America wants to win the
war against international terrorism, it must not sell out Israel or India.
Bravo to India for saying publicly that America is not acting in good faith in
regard to India's fight against Pakistani terrorists. No such voice has come
from Israel to clearly and strongly challenge the current American policy.
- Dangerous to be America's Ally
In response to Ze'evi's murder, Israel reoccupied four Arab towns. "Israeli incursions into Palestinian-controlled areas have contributed to a significant escalation in tension and violence," fussed State Department spokesman Philip Reeker.
- Is U.S. Really Israel's Ally?
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon recently infuriated President Bush by drawing a parallel between the sell-out of Czechoslovakia by Britain and France before World War II and the demands for dangerous concessions being made of his country by the U.S. government today. While there are certain similarities, on reflection, a more accurate analogy would be between what Britain did to her principal ally, France, rather than what they both did to the Czechoslovaks.
- Imagining a Palestinian State
The United States and Great Britain insist that Israel agree to the establishment of a Palestinian state and agree to it now. Sharon properly warned our American government that Israel will not become another Czechoslovakia. Israel is not "up for grabs" and Arafat and company must not be rewarded for having perpetrated more than a year of unequivocal terrorism.
- A Death With a Dire Warning
The name Rehavam Ze'evi has never meant much to most Americans, but it should now. The assassination of the Israeli Minister of Tourism in his hotel room in Jerusalem will have a significant impact on the course of events in the Middle East and almost certainly on the U.S.-led war against terrorism.
- Waiting For The Change
by the late Tourism Minister Rehavam Ze'evi
- Arafat Faces His Own Intifada
One would almost feel sorry for Arafat unless you realize that this crisis is a mess he, himself, has created through years of actively promoting hatred – not just of Israel and Jews, but of the United States, as well.
- The Risks of a Palestinian State
President George W. Bush has given his blessing to a Palestinian state. Pressed to this destabilizing position by America's new Islamic "partners" in the impending coalition fight against terrorism, the president misses one rather important consequence: This new Arab state, heavy with the hatreds of other enemy states, will inevitably give rise to new and more deadly terrorism.
- Silence, Sacrifice, and the Irrational Element
I will begin with silence. The silence of the United States Government and
the media concerning homefront defense before September 11. The silence Colin
Powell is trying to impose by freezing proposed Congressional legislation that
deals with Palestinian accountability for acts of terrorism. The silence about
Moslem countries that have been supporting terrorism.
- Palestinian Terrorists are Terrorists Too
The Bush administration erred in failing to place the Palestinian Hamas and Islamic Jihad groups on its list of terrorist organizations and individuals published earlier this week. It is precisely the militant Muslim warriors in these groups, along with their Lebanese Hezbollah militia allies – and not their hero Osama bin Laden – that threaten to plunge the tense Middle East into full-scale war.
- Bin Laden Has Won
I didn't think it was possible that U.S. Mideast policy could get any worse than it was under former President Clinton. I was wrong. It just got worse – a lot worse. In fact, viewed through the eyes of the Islamic world, President Bush's announcement that he favors the creation of a Palestinian state as part of a comprehensive Middle East peace initiative can only be seen as a huge strategic victory for terrorism.
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