web analytics

A Bad Case Of Stockholm

As for Belgian Jews, in additional to their own EU taxes, they also have to fund the prosecution of Ariel Sharon as a war criminal.

Jack Kelley And The Hebron ‘Extremists’

"After a quick prayer, Avi Shapiro and 12 other Jewish settlers put on their religious skullcaps, grabbed their semi-automatic rifles and headed toward Highway 60.... As they crouched in a ditch beside the road, Shapiro, the leader of the group, gave the settlers orders: Surround any taxi, "open fire," and kill as many of the "blood-sucking Arab" passengers as possible. "We are doing what [Israeli Prime Minister] Sharon promised but has failed to do: drive these sons of Arab whores from the land of Israel," said Shapiro, 42, who moved here with his wife and four children three years ago from Brooklyn. "If he won't get rid of the Muslim filth, we will.""

Letter To An Anti-Zionist Jew

If this means that much of Judea and Samaria become Arab-free that is how it may need to be.

The Tears Of Soldiers

A strong knock, the door was opened, and three soldiers stood framed in the doorway.

No Choice But Bush

Four years ago the warnings and admonitions were rampant. Another Bush in the White House would threaten Israel.

Why Israel Needs Nuclear Weapons: A Response To Zeev Maoz

Israeli strategist Zeev Maoz, currently a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan, has written a controversial article calling for Israel to disband its nuclear weapons program and to join with Arab states in the region to create a "nuclear-weapons- free-zone."

A Radical Feminist Supports A Republican President

Educated men who had returned to Afghanistan were virtually indistinguishable from those who had never left home.

A House Divided

Whose land will be surrendered to the terrorists? Obviously Jewish land as defined in the Bible - land that Israel recovered during the Arabs' third war of aggression against the Jewish state.

My Niece Implements The Sharon Policy

"But isn't he breaking his promise to the Israelis?"

For 400 years, Europeans directed world events on a grand scale. Suddenly, they have evolved into political irrelevance.

Israeli Left’s Amazing Security-Wall Turnabout

Growing up, I always found one of the most bizarre things in history to be the dramaticturnabout of the communist movement the day Germany invaded Stalinist Russia.

Letters to the Editor

Hail To The ChiefI enjoyed reading William Rapfogel's account of receiving a personal check from President Bush for the work of the Metropolitan Council...

So You Want To Be A Shadchan? Dos and Don’ts of Setting Singles Up

The singles become more frustrated at their continued misfortune. Some of them become annoyed - even angry - at the person who set them up with someone from left field.

A Couple Of Fan Letters

It's been some time since the Monitor shared a few of the more, shall we say, interesting letters and e-mails that come this way. Maybe it's the onset of a presidential campaign, or maybe we've been added to a Michael Moore mailing list - whatever the reason, there's been a definite uptick in the number of angry, off-the-wall screeds hurtling through cyberspace or trudging through the postal system, all seem ingly designed with the singular goal of disturbing the peace and interrupting the contemplation of this humble scribe.

The ‘Geneva Initiative’ And Arab-Perpetrated Jewish Genocide: Nothing New Under The Sun

The so-called "Geneva Initiative" is merely the latest expression of Arab determination to "liquidate" (a commonly-used term in Arab documents about the "Zionist Entity") Israel. Although less explicit than usual, the Geneva refusal to fully renounce a Palestinian "Right of Return" means nothing less than a carefully-conceived plan for demographic as well as military measures in the ongoing war against Israel.

Times Lowlights

Regular readers of this column know the esteem in which the Monitor holds the website TimesWatch.org. The site provides consistently trenchant analysis of the distortion and bias that have come to define the news coverage provided by The New York Times. TimesWatch's year-end look back at the alleged paper of record's 'lowlights' for 2003 merits as wide a readership as possible, and the Monitor is pleased to feature it this week.

An Envelope From Texas

A year ago, the White House asked me to speak at a conference in Philadelphia. I was glad to learn that the president would be there, but I was surprised to hear him again mention Met Council's work in his remarks.

Equal Earthquakes, Unequal Results

Of the twenty, only three have taken place in nations where Christianity has had a profound influence.

Lightness In The Midst Of A War Zone

As soon as I arrived at my undisclosable location, I began scouting for Yiddin in the area. I found a total of five other Jews on our base.

70 Years And Growing

Chaverim came from every city, town, religious Kibbutz and settlement in Israel.

Understanding The Sharon Plan

Since he was elected three years ago, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has expressed skepticism that a permanent settlement with the Palestinians is possible, and has instead sought an interim agreement.

The ‘Geneva Initiative’ And Amnesty For Palestinian Terrorists

An essential element of all civilized legal systems is the fundamental rule of "No crime without a punishment." This principle, drawn originally from the law of Ancient Israel, is conspicuously codified in binding international law.

The Nameless Victims

We've grown too jaded because of the sheer numbers of Jews killed and maimed by Arab terrorists.

A Glimpse Behind Columbia’s Middle East Mask

Two afternoon and evening panels presented uniform, monochrome anti-imperialist, anti-American and anti-Israel scripts.

Latest News Stories

Sponsored Post

Recommended Today

Something Random from the Week

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/indepth/opinions/a-bad-case-of-stockholm/2004/02/18/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: