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2000, 2008, 2014 have a lot in common

At the Camp David talks sponsored by President Bill Clinton in 2000, Israel under Ehud Barak offered Yasir Arafat a Palestinian state on the West Bank, with additional territory from Israel proper in exchange for Israeli settlements.

Yasir Arafat refused.

No Palestinian state.

In 2008, in Israeli-Palestinian talks, Israel under Ehud Olmert offered Mahmoud Abbas a Palestinian state on the West Bank, plus the land swaps — and a capital in East Jerusalem, as well as sovereignty over the Temple Mount.

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If a Nazi is a Nazi...

A beheading by an Islamic adherent in America cannot coherently be recast as ‘workplace violence.’ To do so is to deny a critical lesson of the Holocaust. One often hears of “the lessons of the Holocaust.” Usually this is taken to indicate the need to counter hate, however minimally manifest, lest it grow into a monster, just as Hitler, originally a marginal figure, grew into a monster. But there are other lessons, quite pertinent to the hate that we find in the world today. One of ...
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What happens if someone begins to show Ebola symptoms while in flight?

The superiority of the US health system is an irrelevancy if an airline passenger from an Ebola-affected area comes down with Ebola symptoms while in flight to the US. What happens if someone begins to show Ebola systems while in flight? There is no way to quarantine the victim. There is no medically guaranteed way to stop the spread of the virus to the other passengers. We are all suffering from an erroneous terminological association from the HIV/AIDS crisis. That association is the fact ...

Last Updated ( Sunday, 12 October 2014 14:12 )

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General Motors’ chickens come home to roost

In 33 years, GM’s market share dropped from 40% to under 20%. Even 40% was a shadow of GM’s prior dominance. GM’s Nazi past is a point to consider. General Motors was an ally of Hitler. General Motors has been profitable in eight of the last 33 years. General Motors was an indispensable cog in the Third Reich’ rearmament. General Motors’ market share has dropped from 40% to under 20% in the last 33 years.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 October 2014 01:17 )

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Iran calls the kettle black

I. Multiple Choice Test. Here are the answers to choose from: [A] Khaled Maashal, leader of Hamas. [B] Hassan Rouhani, president of Iran. [C] President Barack Obama [D] Neville Chamberlain [E] George Orwell [F] Alfred E. Neuman Here is the question: Who said the following —

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 October 2014 01:15 )

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Museum turns Nazi-looted painting to wall to raise money for restitution

Marcy Oster The Wiesbaden Museum has hung the 19th century painting backwards, in a bid to raise public awareness and also the $118,000 it needs to buy the painting from its rightful heirs, ... [Link]

Israeli police kill suspect in Temple Mount activist assassination attempt

Marcy Oster The suspect, identified as Muataz Hijazi, an operative for the terror group Islamic Jihad, spent 10 years in Israeli prison for past involvement in terror activities. ... [Link]

Israel closes Temple Mount to Muslims, Jews after attempted assassination

Marcy Oster Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called the closure of the holy site hours after Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick was shot at close range outside of the Begin Center in Jerusalem, a “... [Link]

Israeli, U.S. national security advisers meet amid tensions

Ron Kampeas The U.S. and Israeli national security advisers will meet, demonstrating an “unprecedented level of security cooperation,” the White House said. ... [Link]

Malala Yousafzai gives $50K to Gaza school reconstruction

Anthony Weiss Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai announced that she would donate $50,000 in prize money to a United Nations agency to rebuild damaged schools in Gaza. ... [Link]

Jewish group wants Netanyahu attacker ‘held to account’

Ron Kampeas A major Jewish American policy group called on the White House to “hold to account” an anonymous official who slurred Benjamin Netanyahu, while another declared the matter closed. ... [Link]

SodaStream to shut West Bank factory

Marcy Oster The manufacturer of home soft drink machines, a target of the BDS movement after it recruited Scarlett Johansson as a spokeswoman, said closing the factory would result in a $9 million savings in prod... [Link]

Temple Mount activist seriously injured in Jerusalem shooting

Marcy Oster Rabbi Yehuda Glick, head of the Temple Mount Faithful organization, was shot three times in the chest and stomach in an apparent assassination attempt. ... [Link]

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