Boris Shusteff

The Temple Mount Secret

Former Jerusalem Police Chief Aryeh Amit said that while he supports the rights of Jews to visit the Temple Mount, he does not feel they should be permitted to pray there, "since the Islamic community deems it to be a provocation and it would undoubtedly lead to violence and clashes.", 4/12/2005, 1:12 PM

The Gypsy and His Horse

A year ago, a "brilliant" idea came to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, who decided to gradually relinquish the primordial Jewish lands of Judea, Samaria and Gaza to the Palestinian Arabs. He reasoned that the Jews would become used to the disappearance of lands that the Jewish state gained in the 1967 War... , 2/28/2005, 8:39 PM

Multiple Personality Disorder

It seems that hundreds of thousands, and perhaps even several million, Israeli Jews are suffering from Multiple Personality Disorder., 2/20/2005, 10:18 PM

Why Feiglin Should Stay With the Likud - Part II

It is not easy to revive ideological values in a society that has been told for many years that ideology does not matter. Under these circumstances, Moshe Feiglin's tasks are very difficult., 1/26/2005, 11:57 PM

Why Feiglin Should Stay With the Likud - Part I

If the Likud's Central Committee continues to almost unanimously vote against the creation of an Arab state in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, is it Feiglin who ignores the party platform or Sharon, who advocates such a state? , 1/25/2005, 11:33 PM

To Prevent an Unbridgeable Rift - Part II

Do we not understand the nightmare that is hidden in the words "specially trained for evacuation" and "forced evacuation"? What had happened to our hearts? , 1/3/2005, 10:05 PM

To Prevent an Unbridgeable Rift - Part I

Kindness and unity among the Jews are two major components that Israel desperately needs. Actually, Sharon mentioned his concern about the lack of unity among the Jews more than three years ago in an interview with Avi Shavit on April 12, 2001..., 1/2/2005, 10:23 PM

Repentance - Part III

During his military career, he had always made it clear that he was the only one who knew what to do and how it should be done. Nearly in all of his positions, he continually and loudly challenged the orders of his commanders. He had the same problem in civilian life, as well., 12/8/2004, 7:58 PM

Repentance - Part II

"...Sharon's dovish position went so far that even Uri Avneri, the champion of a free and independent Palestinian state, was prompted to discuss his possible connection to Shlomzion.", 12/7/2004, 7:03 PM

Repentance - Part I

The time is long overdue for those supporters of Israel who desperately wanted to believe that Ariel Sharon represents the nationalist camp to soberly reassess the situation and admit that we were wrong., 12/6/2004, 5:52 PM

Expect No Respite

Some have hope that with Arafat's death, the enmity of the Arabs toward the Jews will subside, but such hopes are sure to be frustrated. The seeds of hatred so zealously sown by Arafat will grow into the fruits of new murderers, and much more Jewish blood will be spilled long after he is gone. , 11/15/2004, 6:51 PM

Transfer Whom?

Few will argue with the assertion that today we live in an age of Political Correctness. Nevertheless, let us try to free ourselves from these preconceived notions and soberly observe the situation. Whether we like it or not, among all the different solutions available for resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict, we must consider the option of Arab transfer. It is quite possible that transferring t, 7/12/2004, 7:41 PM

Sharon's Obfuscations

Speaking in the Knesset on April 22nd, Ariel Sharon made another pitch in favor of the expulsion of Jews from Jewish land. While reminiscent of numerous other speeches, this one deserves special attention, because this time the Israeli Prime Minister used as his main argument, to put it mildly, obfuscations. , 4/28/2004, 6:54 PM

Do Not Condemn Them - Part III

In previous parts of this article, we have discussed the inevitable destruction of the moral fabric of the Palestinian Arab society of a potential Arab state in the West Bank and Gaza. However, the Arabs will endure not only the moral demise of their society, but they will suffer the misery of a collapsing doomed economy, as well. , 2/25/2004, 9:33 PM

Do Not Condemn Them - Part II

The propaganda of hatred in the Palestinian society is not limited to Israel and Jews only. Although, since the beginning of the Oslo process, America has donated more than a billion dollars in aid to the Palestinian Authority, and Bill Clinton was the most outspoken world leader in promoting the idea of an independent Palestinian state, hatred towards America has also been drummed non-stop into t, 2/23/2004, 9:18 PM

Do Not Condemn Them - Part I

It is almost a forgone conclusion these days that a Palestinian state should be established on the lands of the West Bank and Gaza. Hardly anyone questions this assumption. After all, it seems only natural, since many Palestinian Arabs live there. However, though no one would try to build a skyscraper on any plot of land without first conducting a proper survey and geodesic work, doing a specia, 2/22/2004, 7:15 PM

The Flaming Heart of Pollard

Pollard?s plight is reminiscent of a beautiful story about a young man named Danko, written by the famous Russian writer Maxim Gorky. It speaks of a tribe of strong men who were forced by their enemies to retreat into the depths of an old dark forest filled with swamps. Every day weakened their faith, and they were on the verge of surrendering to their enemy in despair for their lives, ready to li, 12/29/2003, 9:19 PM

Justice is Not an Empty Word

In 1818, American President John Adams wrote, ?I really wish the Jews in Judea an independent nation.? And in 1863, another great President, Abraham Lincoln said, ?Restoring the Jews to their homeland is a noble dream shared by many Americans.? Mr. President, it is hard to comprehend that a devout Christian like yourself could suggest conducting an artificial experiment in the Holy Land. , 11/24/2003, 6:23 PM

Transfer Means Peace

The verdict is in. An unprecedented majority of Israelis support transfer for the purpose of achieving peace between the Arabs and the Jews. In case you missed them, let us briefly recapture the highlights of the events that must inevitably bring us to this conclusion. , 11/17/2003, 6:06 PM

Transfer: A Moral Discourse-Part III

The authors of the Road Map have not only seemingly failed to consider the moral implication for the Arabs themselves of a Palestinian state in Judea, Samaria and Gaza (<i>Yesha</i>), but also completely disregarded other fundamental issues. , 7/27/2003, 8:39 PM

Transfer: A Moral Discourse - Part II

Now that we have examined the situation during the time of Israel?s creation, let us look at things as they stand today. The resurrection of the Jewish state and the events of the decades that followed have drastically changed the situation in western Palestine. Demographic changes in the region, with the Jewish state now home to over 5.5 million Jews, have made the Jewish right to self-determinat, 7/25/2003, 1:43 PM

Transfer: A Moral Discourse - Part I

Everything comes down to the idea that it is immoral to force people to move from their place of habitation without their consent. The opponents of transfer always ask, ?Would you want to be kicked out of your home?? Without any doubt, this concern is very legitimate. And if the supporters of transfer cannot find a convincing response to it based on moral grounds, it becomes very difficult, and pe, 7/23/2003, 11:00 AM

The Disaster

The Roadmap declares in its preamble that ?the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will only be achieved? through Israel?s readiness to do what is necessary for a democratic Palestinian state to be established.? Therefore, it is Israel?s right and duty to take this opportunity to loudly and clearly say ?No? to a Palestinian state, casting the Roadmap into the dustbin of history, 5/4/2003, 9:43 AM

Utter Helplessness

The utter helplessness of the pro-Israel informational campaign is stunning. It appears that not only Israel's supporters, but Israel, as well, has resigned herself to the thought that it is impossible to fight against outrageous anti-Israeli falsehoods and inaccuracies due to their sheer magnitude. As a result, the truth of the Arab-Israeli conflict has been deeply buried under an avalanche of fa, 4/8/2003, 8:48 PM