Thursday, October 19, 2017

US Government Reclassification of the PLO

TEXT: Presidential Determination: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) - 3rd June 1998 (President waives provisions of Anti-Terrorism Act of 1987) Clinton waives the provisions of section 1003 of the Anti-Terrorism Act of 1987, regarding the Palestine...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Two

ESHHAR, February 15, 1997, Root & Branch: Although the issue of the missing Yemenite and other Jewish children is well known in Israel, I understand that it is virtually unknown abroad. This issue involves thousands...

The Case of the Missing Children Part One:

ESHHAR, December 15, 1997: Monday, October 13, 1997, was a suspenseful day at Beit Agron, the Government press center in Jerusalem, where the official Government committee investigating the disappearance of Yemenite and other Jewish...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Nine: Words of a Rabbi

As expected, different people reacted to this issue of stolen Jewish infants in the Land of Israel. One such reaction came from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menechem Mendel Shneerson, in his book, "Hitvaaduyot", written...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Eight: Their Grief Still Remains

In Part Seven of this series, you read about Yosef Aharon Hammami and his two wives, and how one child was stolen from each. In the last part, you read about the son taken...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Seven: The Hidden Scandal

An article appeared in "Yediot Acharonot", an Israeli mainstream newspaper, on the 12th of November, 1985, which was written by Dr. Hertzel Rosenblum, who was then the Editor of the newspaper, before he died. In...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Six: The Story of an Investigator

On the 9th of January, 1996, the Israeli newspaper "Yediot Acharonot" reported the following: "... A surprising development in the issue of the governmental committee for the research of the missing children: A private...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Five: Sold?

On April 25th, 1996, Rabbi Avidor HaCohen, testified in front of the Cohen Committee in charge of investigating the disappearance of the Jewish children. Rabbi Avidor had an interesting story to tell the committee. His...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Four: Coverup?

In Part Three, you read about the empty graves belonging to children that were reported dead. Many of you asked why this shocking discovery that only hit the main press in August of 1997...

The Case of a Missing Children Part Three: The Empty Graves

ESHHAR, March 30, 1998, Root & Branch: Most parents whose children were kidnapped by hospital staff and infant care workers were told that their children died (with no death certificate or other proof of...