To the terrorists, peace agreements and land treaties and photo-ops on the White House lawn mean one thing -- weakness on the part of the other party.
Nothing mentioned here is intended as halacha; I'm not authorized to make such determinations.
Why, what an excellent set of confidence-building concessions, I thought happily as the TV screen suddenly went black. I yawned as I rubbed my sleepy eyes.
By any standard, the moment of truth for the "road map" has arrived.
Hatred's RootsLeon Wieseltier's commentary on anti-Semitism ('The Village Is Not Burning,' June 6) is erudite and elegant. Simpler, I suggest anti-Semitism's bared roots are...
I have long believed that the one time the Left is even more dangerous than when it is pursuing "peace" is when it suddenly gets all caring-pooh about the underprivileged.
On its front page Sunday, The New York Times carried a box headlined, "Some Expect Hamas To Resume Talking," with the following text:
With the Jayson Blair scandal occupying center stage for weeks and the resignations of two top honchos at the New York Times over Blair's admitted manufacturing of the news and plagiarism, one would have thought that the journalistic world would stay away from anything that would remind readers of the affair.
Discriminating readers of The New York Times grew accustomed in the late 1990's to the error-prone (as well as transparently biased) reports filed with mind-numbing regularity by the paper's former Jerusalem bureau chief Deborah Sontag.
I do not believe that the United States is just another address for Jews on the run, just a safer haven.
"I'm glad you're carrying a gun," I replied. Clearly I was living more in Israel by then. But after a moment I said, "I think. I don't know you real well, do I?"
Why do we read this sad tale of Ruth, and why don't we think of the Book of Ruth as a sad story?
Does anyone actually believe that Hamas or any other of the other terrorist entities waiting in line to be rewarded for their bloodbaths against the Jews will be satisfied once the Jews leave the 'occupied territories'?
Challenged to correct the false settlement-dismantling assertion, the Times instead dissembled. On May 21, Weisman wrote: "The peace plan calls implicitly for settlements to be dismantled as part of a final settlement, its drafters say."
Every Jew who ventured to the Western Wall on that unforgettable day represented the living realization of his ancestors' dreams.
Road Map To JordanOriginally, today's "Palestinians" were nomadic, itinerant laborers who were imported into the Jordan River region by the Ottoman Turks in the...
As the "road map" process inches forward, there are eerie reminders of the failures of the Oslo "peace process."
Some time ago, a veteran, prominently Orthodox Jewish, New York State civil servant was alleged to have misused the reimbursement process in connection with living expenses for his Albany stays.
As we noted several weeks ago, despite the continuing coverage of claims of abuse in our yeshivas, attesting to the significance we attach to the problem, we nonetheless expressed our serious reservations about how the issue was treated in The Jewish Week.
It seems de rigueur these days to claim that President Bush prevaricated when he took us to war against Iraq.
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