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Jerusalem is united

jpost.com Jerusalem Day: A personal recollection By MICHELLE MAZEL \ June6, 2016 It happened almost half a century ago – 49 years ago to be precise – and one tends to forget the days of terror that preceded the reunification … Continue reading

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Progress of human evolution

Synopsis of current evolutionary theory: The progress of human evolution.  Fact or fiction? In a small enclave on the eastern coast of the  Mediterranean Sea, a small group of maverick Homo sapiens refuses to engage in a program of self-destruction, … Continue reading

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Help the civilians of Gaza

A humanitarian plan for the people of Gaza In 2007, the terrorist Hamas group forcibly expelled the Fatah government from Gaza and took control. So Hamas actually became the illegal occupier of the Gaza Strip. After two wars with Israel … Continue reading

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Media attacks against Israel are disproportionate

  Broadcast media treats Israel with arrogance and hostility The confrontational and hostile interviews with Israeli representatives are a violation and perversion of the basic principles of journalism. By Israel Zwick, July 27, 2014 Like many others who are concerned … Continue reading

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Controversy at Rachel’s Tomb

The Kever Rochel Controversy Part I.‭  ‬Background:‭ ‬Brother vs.‭ ‬Brother By Israel Zwick,‭ ‬February‭ ‬24,‭ ‬2014 Many Israelis often refer to their Arab neighbors as‭ “‬cousins.‭”  ‬This is because they are believed to be descendants of the biblical Ishmael,‭ ‬half … Continue reading

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Writers should stop using unsupported hackneyed phrases

Middle East correspondents are overworked and under intense pressure. If correspondents insist on using biased and hackneyed phrases, they should at least provide supportive evidence from vetted sources. See Also: Socrates Meets Colombo http://cnpublications.net/2007/03/30/socrates-meets-colombo/   By Israel Zwick, Feb. 10, … Continue reading

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Looking for love in all the wrong places

Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: John Kerry’s Chelemer Mayse If John Kerry is serious and realistic about establishing peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors, then he has to stop looking under the lamppost for something that … Continue reading

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Israel and AIPAC should thank Obama for his proposal

Does Obama have something up his sleeve that even he can’t see? The 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps will never produce a peaceful outcome. Yet, the Obama proposals may actually contribute to developing a resolution to the conflict. By … Continue reading

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