Newsletter #309 Friday, December 8, 2006
This is a small sampling of the many excellent articles published this week. For more, please visit our Home Page.
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- Consensus to surrender?
Jerusalem Post - December 8, 2006 How embarrassing. Senior figures from both major American parties have, in broad daylight, betrayed such staggering naivete that their report might not have passed muster with a reasonably discerning high school teacher, let alone offered a serious basis for US foreign policy. One wonders whether a single Iraqi, Jordanian, or Saudi with whom the committee spoke believes that Iran "has an interest in averting a chaotic Iraq."
- Capitulation to terrorism
Joseph Farah - WorldNetDaily.com - December 8, 2006
The Iraq Study Group suggests Israel should pay the price for America's failed efforts in Iraq by returning the Golan Heights to Syria and conceding that millions of refugees, most of whom have never lived in Israel or "Palestine," have "the right of return."
- The Truce: Another Capitulation to Terror
Isi Leibler - Israelinsider.com - December 6, 2006
I hope I will not be accused of pandering to hysteria when I assert that this latest "ceasefire" with the Palestinians not only represents a capitulation to terror but has also greatly heightened the peril confronting the House of Israel.
- Jews Wake Up!
Caroline Glick - Jerusalem Post - December 8, 2006
When the history of our times is written, this week will be remembered as the week that Washington decided to let the Islamic Republic of Iran go nuclear. Hopefully it will also be remembered as the moment the Jews arose and refused to allow Iran to go nuclear.
- The Jewish Case for "Merry Christmas"
Don Feder - GrassTopsUSA.com - December 7, 2006
You may find the title confusing. After all, religious Jews don’t celebrate Christmas. So why should a Jew care if a store clerk says “Merry Christmas?” Why should the public disappearance of Christmas matter to the Jewish people? Patience. All will be explained in due course.
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