November 6, 2008


Their Word is Their Bond
Is there any promise an Israeli politician will not break? It may be common knowledge that politicians lie, but in the last few years, the country's politicians have reached new lows breaking their promises on matters both large and small. More
Hizbollah's Final Victory
By executing the so-called prisoner swap with Hizbullah on Wednesday this week, the Israeli government concluded its shameful role in shirking its responsibility for the two Israeli soldiers kidnapped by Hizbullah almost two years ago. Far from being a fulfillment of the government's obligations, the deal is both a chillul Hashem (desecration of God's name) and the completion of Hizbullah's victory in the war it began with Israel in the summer of 2006. More
The Iron Wall
By ZE'EV JABOTINSKY, 1923 (Posted 6.15.08)
It is an excellent rule to begin an article with the most important point, but this time, I find it necessary to begin with an introduction , and, moreover , with a personal introduction. I am reputed to be an enemy of the Arabs, who wants to have them ejected from Palestine, and so forth. It is not true.Emotionally, my attitude to the Arabs is the same as to all other nations – polite indifference. Politically, my attitude is determined by two principles. More