Monthly Archives: July 2007

"Is anybody there? Does anybody care?"

“Does anybody see what I see?” OK, first, no I am not THAT arrogant. This is a quote from one of my favorite movies of all time. 1776, Peter Sherman’s Pullitzer and Tony Award winning play turned into a wonderful … Continue reading

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Iranian Terror and the Exporting of the Islamic Revolution

The following is an op ed piece by Senator Joseph Lieberman, Independent/Democratic Senator from Connecticut. The Iranian Revolutionary Council has sought to export it’s Islamist Revolution since the days of the Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979. It started with Lebanon and … Continue reading

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The Continuation of an Archeologic Disaster

The Wall Street Journal July 18, 2007 COMMENTARY Biblical DestructionBy HERSHEL SHANKSJuly 18, 2007; Page A14 Within the last few days, a trench two-feet deep — starting from the northern end of the platform where Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock … Continue reading

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Just when you thought it was safe for your kids to watch Al Aqsa TV….

With the death of Farfour the Mouse, the Mickey look alike (see “The “murder” of Farfur the mouse. (for those who continue to doubt) ) , the so called Palestinians lost their most effective teacher of murder, otherwise known as … Continue reading

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Finally admitted: The Truth of Arafat

In Israel, it has been generally accepted that Yasser Arafat died from AIDS. It was known that Arafat was a pedophile and homosexual (his “wife” Suha has lived alone in Paris for years). But yesterday on Al Manar Television Ahmad … Continue reading

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Funny how these things work

Just yesterday, I posted about the usually ignored fact of the difference between what Muslim leaders generally talk about in Arabic, Farsi, etc, vs. what they say in English. No more striking example of this occurred yesterday in the LA … Continue reading

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The Big Guns

As some of you know, I frequently talk about the difference between what is written and spoken by various Islamic and Mid East leaders in English, versus in Farsi, or Arabic, or other native tongues. One of the almost, sickeningly … Continue reading

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