Archive for May, 2006

Shavu’ot/Parsha Naso – Loving and Caring for the Ger Tzeddik, for Our Fellow Jew …

May 31st, 2006

Shavu’ot/Parsha Naso – Loving and Caring for the Ger Tzeddik, for Our Fellow Jew By Moshe Burt With Shavuot coming on Yom Shishi this year, with Shabbos following on its heels, there are various common threads between Shabbos Parsha Naso Chag HaShavuos. One such thread is the importance of caring for the Ger Tzeddik. In […]

Heaven Help Those Rabbis Who Lend Themselves to This Twisted Brainwash Attempt …

May 31st, 2006

Tamir Asks Rabbis Help With Pullout School Program Full Text; Education Minister Yuli Tamir met with religious Zionist rabbis on Wednesday, asking them to help in the design of an educational program that would teach students of the process and effects of the 2005 disengagement from the Gaza Strip and northern Samaria. She believed that […]

MK Eldad Asks the $50,000 Question: No Jail for J’lem Hamas Officials? …

May 31st, 2006

MK Eldad: Why Aren’t Hamas Officials in Jerusalem Put in Jail? Excerpts; The Hamas, a radical Islamic organization dedicated to Israel’s destruction, is outlawed under Israeli law. Membership in the terrorist organization, which has carried out dozens of terrorist strikes killing hundreds of Israelis, is a criminal offense punishable by imprisonment. U.S. law also defines […]

Realignment: “Financial Incentives” or Legalized Theft; You Won’t Buy Off Jews’ Connection With Eretz Yisrael …

May 31st, 2006

Official: Realignment Methods Unlike Gaza Excerpts; Speaking at the national security research center in Haifa University, Giladi said that a new evacuation-compensation law expected to be passed in the beginning of 2007 is the main driving force expect to expedite the “move” out of the West Bank. Giladi, who headed coordination and strategy before and […]

Outposts: By Who’s Definition — Illegal?

May 31st, 2006

Evacuations Planned for 24 Outposts Commentary; The author of this article is pretty slick with the use of the term “unauthorized” throughout the article while using the term “illegal” in the picture. Since when does “unauthorized” always define itself as “illegal?” MB

State Comptroller: Investigate Peres …

May 31st, 2006

Comptroller Recommends Investigating Shimon Peres Full Text; According to a report on Israel’s Channel 10 television station, State Comptroller Micha Lindenstrauss has recommended to the attorney general, Menachem Mazuz, that his office open an investigation into donations received by Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres. Lindenstrauss passed along to the attorney general the information collected by […]

Olmert’s Weapons Transfers to Abbas Going to Hands of This Fugitive With Jewish blood on His Hands, Other Overnight War News …

May 31st, 2006

Exclusive: Fugitive to Head PA Force 17 Excerpts; A statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office in 2001 announced the arrest of three members of Force 17 who were allegedly involved in the killing of Binyamin Ze’ev Kahane and his wife Talia in December 2000. According to the statement, Damra was responsible for arming and […]

Olmert Regime Benign on Abbas Latest Ploy; Barghouti’s “Liberation of the Land” [All of Israel] …

May 31st, 2006

Our World: Abbas’s Newest Big Lie, by Caroline Glick Excerpts; Fresh from her tete-a-tete with PA leader Mahmoud Abbas last week, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni instructed her press flack to tell her fellow cabinet ministers to remain mum on Abbas’s latest “diplomatic” gambit. In the words of her communications director Shai Ben Maor, Abbas’s decision […]

Selling Judaism Up the River for More Arab Votes: Haifa Mayor Typical of Secular Israel’s Lost Direction …

May 30th, 2006

Another Tack: Sins of Omission, by Sarah Honig Excerpts; Earlier this month, Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav was asked during an interview with the Israeli Arabic-language weekly Kul al-Arab whether he’d accept in principle the return to Haifa of “tens of thousands of Arab refugees” who left it in 1948. Yahav replied he “wouldn’t mind their […]

Regime Turns Bureaucracy On and Off Like a Faucet to Meet Regime’s Needs …

May 30th, 2006

Gush Katif Resettlement Efforts Mired in Bureaucracy Excerpts; Lior Kalfa, head of the Gush Katif Residents Council, described the situation of the some 1,700 families uprooted from their homes in Gush Katif ten months ago. “Bureaucracy rules,” he says. “When the government wanted to expel us,” Kalfa told Arutz-7′s Yigal Shok, “there was no bureaucracy. […]