Monthly Archives: September 2007

Jews as Scapegoats

Scapegoats yet again By Victor Davis Hanson, Washington Times, September 15, 2007 Who recently said: “These Jews started 19 Crusades. The 19th was World War I. Why? Only to build Israel.” Some holdover Nazi? Hardly. It was former Prime Minister … Continue reading

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Hollow Land Reviews

Reviews of Hollow Land: Israel’s Architecture of Occupation Submitted by florian schneider on Thu, 2007-07-19 11:40. following are reviews from: The Nation, The Independent, London Review of Books, Financial Times, RIBA Journal, The New Humanist, Architects’ Journal, Harpers, Architectural Review, … Continue reading

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Unholy Pricing

Holy Day Seat Pricing is Unholy By Isaac Martini,  September 11, 2007  See Also: Return of the Yom Kippur Jew  Each year, around September, at the start of the autumnal month of Tishrei in the Hebrew calendar, Jews from all … Continue reading

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Reflections on Self-respect

What Happened to Jewish Pride? By Israel Zwick, CN Publications, Rosh Hashona 5768 In modern English usage, the term “gay” has taken on a completely different meaning from the time that Maurice Chevalier sang about “gay Paris.” Now the word … Continue reading

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Muslim Transfers Muslim

Middle East transfer: The continuing Iranian persecution of its Ahwazi Arab population By Nir Boms and Roee Nahmias, Henry Jackson Society, 6th September 2007 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Over a million Arabs have been deported from the district of Al-Ahwaz, home to … Continue reading

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Water Reclamation in Israel

Israel Raises the Level on Water Technology by Hana Levi Julian, Arutz Sheva, IsraelNN.com, September 7, 2007 The $10 million Palmachim desalination plant has begun pumping de-salted water from the Mediterranean Sea for the consumption of 300,000 people in the … Continue reading

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Darfur Refugees Become Israeli Citizens

Israel Grants Citizenship to Darfur Refugees By David Frankfurter, September 6, 2007 In this day and age, almost no matter where you live, it is hard to take pride in government. Here in Israel there’s lots to brag about. Technological … Continue reading

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Israel Aids Greece

Fire-damaged Olympia to be reforested AFP, September 6, 2007 ATHENS (AFP) — The Greek Olympic Committee said Wednesday it had accepted an offer from Israel for experts and 10,000 trees to help repair damage caused by fires on Olympia, the … Continue reading

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