Newsletter #295 Friday, August 18, 2006
A Day at the Western Wall (Aish.com movie)
This is a small sampling of the many excellent articles published this week. For more, please visit our Home Page.
- The coming wars
By Carolyn Glick - Jerusalem Post - August 18, 2006 Since the cease-fire was implemented in Lebanon, we have heard scattered reports indicating that a prisoner swap with the Palestinians may be in the works. In exchange for hundreds if not thousands of Palestinian terrorists now held in Israeli prisons, IDF Cpl. Gilad Shalit, who has been held hostage by Palestinian terrorists for nearly two months, may be released from captivity. These reports lend weight to the view that things are back to normal.
- Broken hearted, Israel awaits final reckoning
Yossi Klein Halevi - Jewish World Review - August 10, 2006 This is a nation whose heart has been broken: by our failure to uproot the jihadist threat, which will return for another and far more deadly round; by the economic devastation of the Galilee and of a neighboring land we didn't want to attack; by the heroism of our soldiers and the hesitations of our politicians; by the young men buried and crippled in a war we prevented ourselves from winning; by foreign journalists who can't tell the difference between good and evil; by European leaders who equate an army that tries to avoid civilian causalities with a terrorist group that revels in them; by a United Nations that questions Israel's right to defend itself; and by growing voices on the left who question Israel's right to exist at all.
- The Olmert government must go
Carolyn Glick - Jerusalem Post - August 14, 2006
The UN cease-fire that Olmert, Livni and Peretz applaud undercuts Israel's sovereignty; protects Hizbullah; lets Iran and Syria off the hook; lends credibility to our enemies' belief that Israel can be destroyed; emboldens the Palestinians to launch their next round of war; and leaves IDF hostages Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev in captivity.
- Who Wins? - An NRO Symposium
National Review Online - August 14, 2006 In the wake of Friday night’s vote on a ceasefire resolution at the United Nations on the crisis in the Middle East, are there any winners in the thirty-some days’ war? National Review Online asked a group of experts in the U.S. and Israel.
- Where is the outrage?
By Arlene Cohen - WorldNetDaily - August 16, 2006 One has to wonder what the world might be like today if the press had not chosen to peddle Yasser Arafat as some kind of hero, if the world had not given him free rein to unleash the dogs of terrorism upon Israel for more than three decades, if from the very beginning reason and international law had prevailed, rightfully dictating that no cause justifies the murder of innocent people – not even Israeli people.
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