Analysis

Israelis have no ‘human rights

International Court of Justice proceedings at the Hague, political statements by the International Red Cross, one-sided UN resolutions, and biased reports from nongovernmental organizations are all manifestations of how human rights norms are manipulated to demonize Israel. The international human…

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PA Minister Saeb Erekat’s Duplicity:

The Palestinian Authority’s (PA) chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, is the latest PA official to demonstrate that PA leaders send one message to their people in Arabic and an entirely different message to the world media in English. This week’s news…

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Now Just A Minute!

Consider the following information and then please stop and ask yourself some questions: . • Sunday’s suicide bombing of Jerusalem bus No. 14, has thus far resulted in at least 8 Israelis dead and 64 injured, 32 remain in the…

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DECONSTRUCTING CHOMSKY’S WAIL

A Wall as a Weapon by Noam Chomsky NYT February 23, 2004 Chomsky’s title speaks volumes: Israel builds a fence and in the words of the eloquent linguist it becomes a wall and a weapon. If Israel held out a…

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Fencing out the Barbarians

IN A.D. 122, the Roman Emperor Hadrian ordered construction of a wall that would run 73 miles across the width of England, from the River Tyne to Solway Firth. The idea was to keep barbarians from making trouble for the…

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Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Misfortune

The controversy was set in motion when Armitage’s comments were printed in Foothill’s student paper Jan. 28. In an interview with the Sentinel, Armitage said of Israeli treatment of Palestinians, “And what they’re doing with Palestinians every day? They’re killing…

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Where Ignorance Meets Prejudice

Should the editors of the Globe & Mail be discharged for violating basic journalistic norms? You wont see this question in any instant newspaper or television poll, but it deserves to be asked. A single sentence, in the form of…

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Sharon should prove terror hasn’t won

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s decision to unilaterally withdraw from the Gaza Strip may represent a historical watershed. Despite the chaotic manner in which the initiative was launched and unpleasant accompanying allegations concerning Sharon’s motives, most Israelis are desperate to separate…

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