Newsletter #212     Friday, December 3, 2004

Weekly News & Views
  • Measure Palestinians by democracy, not summits
    By Natan Sharansky - - December 3, 2004  In the weeks, months, and years ahead, those who want to know the state of the peace process might want to tune out all the chatter and ask themselves one question: Is there more freedom today within Palestinian society than there was last week, last month, or last year? If the answer is yes, then we will truly be moving down the road to peace.

  • The spirit of Chanukah
    By Joseph Farah - - December 2, 2004  It is this final miracle that Jews commemorate annually with the lighting of candles and the Chanukah celebration to this day. It's a commemoration that should be an inspiration to all freedom-loving, God-fearing people around the world. Happy Chanukah.

  • Secure Borders
    by David Ha’ivri - - November 30, 2004  The fact is that no country in the world determines its borders as a result of international (consensus) agreement. Countries establish their borders by being a strong enough force in the region, until their neighbors must accept them.

  • Nearly Half of Britons Unaware of Auschwitz - Poll
    By Jeffrey Goldfarb - December 2, 2004  Nearly half of Britons in a poll said they had never heard of Auschwitz, the Nazi death camp in southern Poland that became a symbol of the Holocaust and the attempted genocide of the Jews.

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United Nations

  • Fatal Failure
    By Anne Bayefsky - National Review - November 30, 2004  The U.N. won't recognize the connection between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism.

  • November 29: the first Palestinian rejection of an independent state
    By David Frankfurter - - November 29, 2004  Today is the anniversary of the UN vote on resolution 181, which approved the partition of the western part Palestine into a predominately Jewish state and a predominately Arab state.

  • UNRWA's shady donors
    Yaakov Lappin - Jerusalem Post - November 23, 2004  As the US and EU lead a campaign to shut down the flow of money to terrorist networks, UNRWA, a vast UN body, seems to have defied the system of tight controls set up to prevent the establishment of a channel linking finances with terrorists – and no one appears to have noticed. Its financial documents reveal that it also is indifferent to its sources of funding, to the point of accepting millions of dollars from groups that openly support international terrorism.

  • The U.N. discovers the cause of anti-Semitism: Jews.
    By Anne Bayefsky - Wall Street Journal - November 18, 2004   Yesterday the House International Relations Committee revealed that money from the United Nations Oil for Food program, which was supposed to provide humanitarian assistance to the Iraqi people, helped pay the families of Palestinian suicide bombers. This shouldn't come as a surprise. The U.N. has a problem with anti-Semitism: It doesn't know what it is.

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