Peace: the road that leads to war — Part 2

Yitzhak Rabin’s Labor−left-wing−Arab coalition government of the 1990s called Israel’s capitulation to its enemies “the peace process.” The governments of the nations and the news media continue to refer to it as, “the Middle East peace process.” But those that are reading the signs call it, “the piece process,” because it is, in fact, a…

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The Conflict — Part 14

CONCERNING THE STATEMENTS MADE in the last post, the Encyclopædia Britannica was taken to task by better informed readers objecting to the publishing of radically slanted information that completely redefined Jewish history. To his credit, Britannica’s editor-in-chief, Robert McHenry, agreed to make some changes, but the 1992 edition will still be in constant use by…

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The Conflict – Part 13

THE WEALTHY ARAB PROPAGANDA machine has done immense harm to the real, ancient history of the Jewish people. But the long-term, almost irreparable damage will come from the extra hands willingly being lent to the Arabs by the academe. Numbers of prestigious reference works are including misleading or falsified information concerning Jewish history in their…

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The Conflict — Part 12

ARAB MYTHS HAVE TAKEN hold of the minds of the educated masses. So much undue publicity had been given to Yassir Arafat and other top PLO officials that the whole world has become their oyster. But almost anything they have to say on any subject is a lie¯including “and,” “if,” and “but.” Arafat claimed to…

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The Conflict — Part 11

THE JEWS PURCHASED TRACTS of land from those few Arabs who actually owned land, and only “three percent” of Palestine was owned by Arabs in 1948¯nine percent was owned by Jews, 17 percent was abandoned land, and the remaining 71 percent was empty Crown or State Land vested in the British Mandatory government. Often the…

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The Conflict — Part 8

Hanan Ashrawi, the spokeswoman for the PLO negotiating team and the “darling of the news media,” sidestepped a legitimate question from a Christian journalist and went on to speak about her direct descent from the first Christians in the world ¯ Palestinians. This writer has written much about Palestinian Muslim-Arabs, but here he needs to…

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The Conflict — Part 7

The PLO leadership, together with many other Arab leaders, maintain that the Jews were newcomers to Palestine who displaced “millions” of Palestinian Arabs by forcing them from the land they had farmed for thousands of years. Yasser Arafat stood before the plenary session of the United Nations General Assembly in November 1974 and told the…

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