Posted on: January 30th, 2002News & Views → News Briefs
Shortly after 5:30 p.m. on June 7, 1981, Israel saved the world from the threat of nuclear blackmail. In less than two minutes? time, Israeli jets laid waste an atomic reactor on the outskirts of Baghdad, and so deprived a brutish dictator the potential for mass destruction.
Posted on: January 4th, 2002News & Views
Haifa is Israel?s third city, but by international standards it is a small town. It is also the least Israeli of Israel?s cities. It has weather like the Riviera. It is cosmopolitan: On the top of the mountain German is still spoken, at the bottom Arabic, and in the middle Russian. It has the country?s only subway train. It has lots of trees and a huge environmentalist movement. In Haifa, children dare not venture outside nor make noise during the siesta hours of the afternoon. A dirty park bench will produce storms of protests and letters to the editor.
Posted on: October 5th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
Posted on: September 28th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
Posted on: September 12th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
The world as we knew it changed in a matter of moments early Tuesday when terrorists crashed two hijacked planes into Manhattan?s World Trade Center, causing the collapse of both 110-story towers. Details were still emerging as this newspaper went to press Tuesday evening, but the loss of life was expected to be catastrophic, in […]
Posted on: September 7th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
Posted on: August 24th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
Posted on: August 17th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
A pair of Israeli attack helicopters killed four Palestinians in Bethlehem on Tuesday as the cease-fire that wasn?t entered its second month. At least two of the targeted Palestinians were planning a terror attack for next week?s closing ceremony of the Maccabiah Games, according to Israeli security sources.
Posted on: August 4th, 2001News & Views → News Briefs
Posted on: July 20th, 2001News & Views → Israel
In a recent interview with the Jerusalem weekly Iton Yerushalayim, Professor Amiram Goldblum, an associate of Peace Now's National Secretariat and head of the movement's Settlement Watch Team, discussed the disillusionment of Israel's peace camp, supported unilateral separation, called for the annexation of 50% of the settlers, and opposed the Palestinian "right of return." Following are excerpts from the interview:
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