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Al Qaeda’s Neo-Nazi Connections

Although upwards of as many as 500 neo-Nazi mercenaries, formed into a so-called Freedom Corps, were sent to Iraq in 1991, their military effect was negligible at best.

Sleeping Better At Night With George W. Bush In The White House

But the most jubilant people here in the Middle East are the vast majority of the Iraqi people themselves.

Joe Lieberman’s Jewish Inreach

The Jew committed to moderate religious observance was the one most likely to have been impacted by the senator's candidacy.

In Ninth Grade And Already Fighting The Liberal Thought Police

When someone says, "That's stupid," the next words spoken are often, "Not as stupid as George Bush."

Peres And The Gaza Transfer: A Scenario of the Imagination

Imagine! Shimon Peres - perennial antagonist of the settlers, self-appointed apologist for Arafat, tireless defender of the Arabs - had suddenly sprouted feathers of a different color.

Letters To The Editor

Ground Zero Sefer TehillimThank you to Shmuel Ben Eliezer and The Jewish Press for covering the return of the Sefer Tehillim from the Ground...

The David Haivri Case

Were it not for the evident seriousness of its implications, the David Haivri case would represent little more than the reduction to absurdity of a democratic country's legal system. Known popularly as the "T-Shirt Trial," the current court proceedings in Israel are based on an incident in which the defendant was charged with possession and distribution of a "publication" intended to incite racism.

Letters to the Editor

History's LessonsIt is beyond argument that an Arab 'Palestine' will be another terrorist state. The area is currently ruled by terrorists, dominated by terrorist...

Our Uncle Tom

Tom Friedman won over some previously skeptical readers in the months following the 9/11 attacks by advocating a tough line against Islamic extremists and, to the dismay of his fellow liberals, supporting the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

A Whiff Of Auschwitz: Mel Gibson and the Gospel of Anti-Semitism

After his death, his followers - most of whom were simple fishermen and artisans - lived on in Galilee and Jerusalem.

Don’t Say You Weren’t Warned About Sharon

There is an apparent need on the part of human beings, and certainly Jews, for a hero.

A-Morality: A New Standard

Our society to a great extent does not look upon itself as fostering immorality. When it comes to lifestyles the very term is stripped from our lexicon.

The People In American Politics

Now that the primary season is seriously upon us, at least one claim is common to all of the candidates. No matter the differences between them, all of the political aspirants exhibit a fundamental populism. "I want to be the people's president" is their shared mantra. Indeed, for any of them to suggest otherwise would be far more than foolish; it would be downright blasphemous.

The Girl From Transylvania

"You will never see your land of Israel, your precious Jerusalem, your Carmel, your Galilee. It will never happen. You will never leave Romania."

The Test of Jewish Leadership

How tragic and painful it is that our prime minister chose these days of song and rejoicing upon the blossoming of Jewish Life in our homeland to reveal his cowardly plans of uprooting Jews from their homes and land in Gush Katif and the Shomron.

The Bones Of Our Dead

Why are Israelis so willing to trade so much for a single life when the Palestinians are willing to expend their own so needlessly?

Six Comments On The Situation

The Times neglected to print that Yassin was held for murdering Alex Singer Ronen Weisman and Oren Kamil.

Debating Israel’s Demographic Time Bomb

She also ignored the Israeli commitment to a Jewish state, a commitment which, she assumes, becomes irrelevant when the new engineered social order is put in place.

Why Israel Should Not Withdraw From Gaza

Through the centuries there has been a large Jewish presence in Gaza - in fact, it was the largest Jewish community in the country at the time of the Muslim invasion (7th century CE).

Heeb — A Slur Of A Magazine

Dave Love of Sunburst Kosher Tours had a look of unmistakable disgust on his face as he handed the Monitor a copy of Heeb magazine. "Can you believe this garbage?" he asked, referring both to the publication's content and some of the sponsors listed on its masthead.

Letters To The Editor

Sharpton Democrats (I)Imagine if a white supremacist were running for the Republican presidential nomination and the party's other candidates not only refused to denounce...

Yamit Revisited

When the Jews living in the Gaza Strip are forcibly evicted from their homes, what should be done with the houses?

A Deafening Explosion

There is another side to trauma and to traumatic events that we experience and survive in life.

My Last Meeting With Ronald Reagan

As it turned out, my services were not really needed. Ilya Zaslavsky, the young Russian parliamentarian, was quite fluent in English.

WMD, Dem Spin, Bush’s Numbers

Gleanings from the web on the matter of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction (WMD), more precisely whether there were any to begin with: TimesWatch.org examined The New York Times's Jan. 28 front-page story on the findings of former WMD inspector David Kay and, not surprisingly, found the paper of record doing spin instead of news:

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