Monthly Archives: September 2004

Her Death Made a Difference

Tifferet Tratner, age 24, was the first resident of Gush Katif to be killed directly by a mortar shell. In four years of endless bombardment Gush Katif had experienced the realm of the supra-rational, the...

Is the Temple Mount in Danger?

The Moslem month of Ramadan is scheduled to begin in another three weeks, and hundreds of thousands of Moslems will throng to the Temple Mount, as every year, to attend the special prayers...

Solomon’s Stables Background

The Solomon's Stables compound,which is situated in the eastern part of the Temple Mount, was built during Herod's time. It is 20 meters high, and was constructed of large stones, creating large areas that...

If Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound Collapses Israel is at Fault

Shortly after official Israeli warnings that Jewish terrorists are threatening to blow up Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, Israel is again threatening to restrict access to Al-Aqsa Mosque compound during the upcoming holy month of Ramadan...

Sharon’s Top Advisor Represents “Business Interests” of the Palestinian Authority

One of the Biggest Questions of the New Year Focuses Around the Question: What Would Motivate Ariel Sharon to Conduct His Current Policy with the Palestinian Authority? The Answer: Business Interests. The man who has been the...

Tiferet Did Not Have a Chance

Less than twenty-fours after the funeral of Sgt. Yisrael Lutati of Neveh Dekalim, who was killed at an IDF outpost near Morag, another blow fell upon the community: a mortar shell struck the home...

A Dispassionate Analysis

This dispatch contains a series of mostly short notes concerning the reporting by Reuters, the AP, the Guardian, and others of attacks on Israelis in recent days. Contents: 1. Notes about Reuters "disgracefully misleading" coverage of...

Should Law Enforcement Agencies Profile Muslims?

It asserts in a report issued last week that law enforcement's "use of race, religion, country of origin, or ethnic and religious appearance as a proxy for criminal suspicion" has harmed some 32 million...

A Tale of Two Incitements

25,000 religious Israeli citizens gathered on Saturday night, September 11th in the public square of a major city in Israel chanting slogans that called for the death of Israel's police minister and for the...

The Implications for Anti-Semitism World Wide

The United Nations has embarked on a dangerous path that could unleash an unprecedented campaign of State sponsored global anti-Semitism which needs to be swiftly denounced and halted in its tracks. This threatening prospect...