Archive for the 'Settlements' Category

  1. Nakba Day Commemorates the Day the Arabs Failed to Vanquish and Exterminate the Jews of Palestine

    Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

    “Nakba Day commemorates the catastrophe (as the Palestinians have chosen to call it) when five Arab nations (Egypt, Trans Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Yemen) attacked outnumbered and outweaponed Israel on its first day of independence. Yet amazingly, and against all odds, the poorly armed Jewish Haganah emerged victorious.”

  2. Most Palestinians Penetrated into the Land of Israel Between 1870s’-1948

    Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

    “The Palestinian claim that they are the indigenous people of the Land of Israel has no ground”” says this renowned historian.

  3. Palestinian war aims and demands

    Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

    The Editor, The Jerusalem Post. Sir, The Arabs fought us 3 times in the past 62 years and lost each time. They had three war aims. One, to push us into the sea or into mass graves. Two, to increase the size of their territories. Three to wipe Israel off the map of the world. […]

  4. How about an Arab ‘settlement” freeze?

    Thursday, April 1st, 2010

    By Ruth R. Wisse, professor of Yiddish and comparative literature at Harvard. Author of “Jews and Power” When she is surrounded by a swirl of conversation she cannot understand, my two-year-old granddaughter turns to me expectantly: “What they talking about, Bubbe?” Right now, I would have to confess to her that the hubbub over 1,600 […]