Monthly Archives: May 2013

West must understand Islamic terror

The moral burden of living with Terror Ron Jager, May 30, 2013 www.ronjager.com The writer, a 25-year veteran of the I.D.F., served as a field mental health officer. Prior to retiring in 2005, served as the Commander of the Central … Continue reading

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No optimism for peace talks

MK Shaked Welcomes Report of Pessimism Over Peace MK Shaked welcomes a report which says that an advisor to Minister Livni is pessimistic about reaching a peace deal with the PA. Elad Benari, May 24, 2013, Arutz Sheva MK Ayelet … Continue reading

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Hi-tech fosters cooperation

US-Israeli, Palestinian Companies Join Forces in High Tech Employees work on computers at Exalt Technologies, a company that deals in research and development outsourcing from Cisco and French-American group Lucent-Alcatel, in the West Bank city of Ramallah, April 7, 2013. … Continue reading

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History of Shavuot

Opinion Sivan 5, 5773, 14/05/13 05:26 Thoughts on Shavuot From Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks, May 14, 2013 In Judaism, mysteries have a habit of becoming controversies, none more so than in the case of Shavuot, otherwise known as Pentecost or … Continue reading

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Distorted visions of peace

Déjà Vu: “Peace in Our Time” Posted By Isi Leibler On May 14, 2013  “Peace in Our Time” was proclaimed by Neville Chamberlain in 1938 in defense of his disastrous Munich Agreement with Hitler. History testifies that his policy of … Continue reading

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1967 borders are not the solution

Why Didn’t the 1967 Borders Bring Peace? Jonathan S. Tobin | @tobincommentary Commentary May 8, 2013 The constant refrain of Israel’s critics in the last few decades has been the need for the Jewish state to withdraw from every inch … Continue reading

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Assad massacres civilians

New phase in Syria’s war will bring blood to the coast Michael Young, The National UAE May 9, 2013 There is seemingly no light at the end of Syria’s tunnel, despite the decision of the United States and Russia to … Continue reading

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Celebrating the liberation and unification of Jerusalem

Israel Celebrates Jerusalem Reunification Day – May 8 Reprinted from Daily Alert, May 8, 2012 Jerusalem: The Jewish Nation’s DNA – Nadav Shragai When celebrating Jerusalem Day, let’s talk about the nature of our connection to the city, from the … Continue reading

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