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Daily Archives: December 4, 2006

Not the peace we expected with Egypt

Egypt's behavior in Sinai and along the Philadelphi route, which enables the large-scale arming of terror organizations, requires a reexamination of Israeli policy. Many people have become convinced in recent months that Egypt intends...

Jimmy Carter Talks of Funeral Plans For Himself

Sunday, December 3, 2006 9:38 p.m. EST Jimmy Carter Talks of Funeral Plans Former President Jimmy Carter said Sunday he hopes to be buried in front of his home in Plains, the southwest Georgia town where...

Commentary: The Warnings of Israeli Intelligence

Israeli Military Intelligence, as reported in the Jerusalem Post, now indicates that, for the past four months, long range missiles and advanced anti-tank missiles have been smuggled to Hezbollah, coming over the border from...

Reviewing The U.N.’s Resolutions Against Israel

--An Israeli Foreign Ministry official said Saturday night, "This is a resolution that adds no positive value to peace in the Middle East. The U.N., which was established in 1946, accepted responsibility immediately for the Israeli-Arab conflict, failed in its mission to bring peace here, among other things, because of unilateral resolutions of this kind. The Palestinians enjoy an automatic majority in the U.N. General Assembly, and every year they pass this resolution." --The U.N.'s Double Standard