Monthly Archives: May 2007

Trivial Pursuit: Some fun facts about Palestine: Part 2

Here is a brief history of what is conventionally called “Palestine” and hence the derivation of “Palestinian”. The area of the world roughly between Egypt in the South and Turkey in the North is known as the Levant.The ancient Egyptians … Continue reading

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The Real Agenda of Palestinian Solidarity Groups

Journalist Tom Gross in his recent mailing points out the following: “There are dozens of “Palestinian Solidarity Campaigns” in Britain. Yet with more than 150 Palestinians killed in “internal violence” in Gaza since the beginning of the year, and over … Continue reading

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All the news that fits, we print.

The latest war of radical Islam vs. the West is occurring in Southern Lebanon. It wasn’t enough that Iran created, armed and trained Hezbollah to infiltrate like a Trojan Horse, Lebanese society. Now, there is a new threat, in the … Continue reading

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This is the way Government should work!

For those of you lucky enough to live in NY, you may have heard this story, but to the rest of the country and world, here is what someone who is committed and not tied to special interests (yes it … Continue reading

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"Our Worst Ex- President"

I was not going to do anymore posts about Jimmy Carter, a man I once admired, not as President, but as an ex- President. At the time of his stinging defeat, as much as I despised Ronald Reagan, and still … Continue reading

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Trivial Pursuit: Some fun facts about Palestine: Part 1

For those that have been following my rantings (or the ravings of a lunatic if you wish!!) you know that I have been slowly leading to this point. Sometimes there is just too much news going on, but one of … Continue reading

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Sderot, and the horrors of being an unrecognized victim

Sderot is a small town of about 20,000 citizens located in the southern portion of Israels population belt, just north of the Negev desert. It lies roughly one kilometer from Nahal Oz, a town in the Gaza Strip. To try … Continue reading

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