Newsletter #297     Friday, September 1, 2006
This is a small sampling of the many excellent articles published this week. For more, please visit our Home Page.
  • Setting the conditions for disaster
    Carolyn Glick - Jerusalem Post - September 1, 2006
     Meanwhile, the UN is behaving not as an international policeman, but rather as Iran's defense attorney. During his visit to Israel Wednesday, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan sounded like an Arab leader with his unrestrained, obnoxious condemnations of Israel for every act of self-defense it has taken in Gaza and Lebanon on the one hand, and his seemingly endless tolerance for Iranian threats of nuclear genocide against Israel on the other.

  • Whither Annan?
    Jerusalem Post - August 29, 2006  if Annan himself is deflating Resolution 1701's key embargo provision, as well as providing Teheran's genocidal bigots with proof that they can defy the world and still merit a prestigious diplomatic visit, is he part of the solution, or of the problem?

  • Nasrallah: Why is Israel so mad?
    Hal Lindsey - WorldNetDaily - September 1, 2006  The purpose of Annan's Middle East trip is to find ways to blame the victims. The war crime that started the war in the first place not only goes unpunished, but is legitimized by the U.N. through its unwillingness to even discuss it as being relevant. After all, the victims were only Jews. They should be used to it by now.

  • Amnesty Int'l redefines 'war crimes'
    By Alan Dershowitz - Jerusalem Post | August 30, 2006   The two principal "human rights" organizations are in a race to the bottom to see which group can demonize Israel with the most absurd legal arguments and most blatant factual mis-statements. Until last week, Human Rights Watch enjoyed a prodigious lead, having "found" - contrary to what every newspaper in the world had reported and what everyone saw with their own eyes on television - "no cases in which Hizbullah deliberately used civilians as shields to protect them from retaliatory IDF attack."

  • Terrorist theater tricks
    By Carolyn Glick -  What are we seeing when we watch events from the Middle East on our television screens? Is it news or is it terrorist theater?

    Jerusalem Post - August 28, 2006
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