Monthly Archives: December 2003

A Betrayal of Bush’s Vision for Democratic Process in the Middle East?

SCENARIO ONE: Rajoub... Last week, Arafat's security chief, Col. Jabril Rajoub, declared to the Palestinian Arabic language media that the PLO should confine its terrorist activity against Israel to the areas that Israel captured in...

There is no joy in Mudville, Ramallah

While the entire Arab world covered the Saddam Hussein capture in great detail, the official Palestine Broadcasting Corporation radio carried a short, curt announcement of his incarceration, and Arafat issued a brief statement about...

Expedite a Trial for Saddam Hussein

Ever since he began his corpse-strewn political career, Saddam Hussein has been a tireless optimist. From way back in 1966, fleeing prison after an attempted rebellion against the ruler at the time, the young...

The Lies of Geneva

The initiators of the Geneva document are, of course, entitled to express their views and publicize them in any manner they see fit. But do they have the right to brazenly lie to the...

The Geneva Accord: A Strategic Assessment

A self-appointed Israeli negotiating team, claiming to speak in the name of a majority of Israelis, concluded the Geneva Accord with a Palestinian delegation. It conceded almost all the security arrangements for the West...

Is Sari Nusseibah really a “Moderate”

This coming Friday, December 10th, 2004, Boston's Jewish Community Relations Council, the American Jewish Committee and the Anti Defamation League are sponsoring Sari Nusseibah, a Palestinian whom these organizations describe as a "leading voice...