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Death by Machine: Israel's Dangerous Precedent

After suffering a stroke last year, Israeli PM Ariel Sharon remains in a coma. Once the world followed Sharon's every move, but medical details now dominate the news. Few believe he will recover, but no effort has been spared to keep him alive. , 2/20/2006, 3:16 PM

When the <I>Wall Street Journal</I> Goes Liberal

A front page article in the news section of the December 28th issue demonstrates all the usual biases and blind spots of the liberal media when it comes to the Middle East. , 1/2/2006, 11:25 PM

The Murder of Earl Krugel: Where's the Outrage?

Prominent Jews in federal custody have a curious habit of dying under mysterious circumstances. , 12/7/2005, 6:47 PM

What a Palestinian State Would Look Like

Since Israel's disengagement from the Gaza Strip, the Palestinians have basically been left to their own devices. The world has gotten an eyeful of just what a much-anticipated Palestinian state might look like, and it's not a pretty picture., 10/27/2005, 10:50 PM

A Dark Day in Gaza

Anti-Israel leftists celebrated the departure of Jews from Gaza with similar glee. Far from acknowledging Israel's sacrifice, they're already joining in the calls for further concessions., 8/24/2005, 8:16 PM

Disengagement or Suicide?

Ultimately, it's the Sharon government that must bear the blame for this foolhardy venture. Despite all evidence to the contrary, they are determined to go ahead with the Disengagement Plan in the hopes that it will bring increased security to Israel., 6/16/2005, 8:43 PM

Suicidal Jews: When Will They Learn?

Although the rallies were all encompassing, it was obvious that at the heart of the matter were Jews and those that hate them. After all, what else motivated the suicide bomber of bus #19? Or the Arab protesters across the street from the rally in Berkeley screaming, "Go back to Germany"? , 2/3/2005, 9:50 PM

Who Are the Real Nazis in America?

Swastikas are now featured prominently at anti-war rallies, usually in combination with a Star of David. Along these lines, Israeli flags are routinely defiled by replacing the Star of David with a swastika. And now that these rallies have been infiltrated by various Islamist groups ? with their Palestinian flags, Hamas-style chants, and subtle signs saying "Kill the Jews", among others ? the sea , 10/12/2004, 6:56 PM

RNC Reaches Out to Jewish Voters

Between the Republican National Convention in New York and the leftist protesters who had a collective nervous breakdown outside, the Democrats' man John Kerry isn't looking too good. So it's little wonder that the Dems are getting desperate. Why else would they resort to ridiculous tactics like those of the National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC)?, 9/5/2004, 11:55 PM

Is Making Aliyah Making a Comeback?

Not all Jews immigrating to Israel do so under duress. Many are fulfilling a commitment known as "making <I>Aliyah</I>". <I>Aliyah</I> is a Hebrew word that means "to ascend." The term "making <I>Aliyah</I>" is defined on several levels, the simplest being to immigrate to Israel. In a larger sense, <I>Aliyah</I> describes "the return of the Jewish People from the exile in the Diaspora back to the , 8/5/2004, 10:41 PM