Monthly Archives: January 2008

Great Moments in UN History

During the discussion around yesterday’s routine UNHRC one-sided condemnation of Israel came this exchange, which pretty much says it all about how serious one should take that august institution: HILLEL NEUER, of United Nations Watch , said that the proposed ...

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Finding Darwin

It looks like terror leaders are recruiting more and more Mr Beans. A would-be suicide bomber fell down a flight of stairs and blew himself up as he headed out for an attack in Afghanistan, police say. It was the ...

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Rafah Blasts Were Planned For Months

From Dion Nissenbaum of McClatchy Newspapers: Before dawn, Palestinian militants blew up and tore down large sections of the concrete and iron walls separating the Gaza Strip from Egypt. They had apparently been planning the attack for weeks. With the ...

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Hamas Mimicking Arafat

Yasir Arafat was infamous for directing terror attacks while denying any responsibility as he used other front organizations to do the work. (And Arafat was copying his mentor, Haj Amin al-Husseini, who instigated anti-Jewish pogroms in the 1920s and ’30s ...

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Gazans Blow Up Rafah Border Wall

While our esteemed blogmaster is sleeping, things are still happening. From Reuters: Palestinian gunmen blew up a section of the border wall between the Gaza Strip and Egypt on Wednesday, witnesses said. Residents of the southern Gaza town of Rafah ...

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Baking a Crisis

I mentioned yesterday Palestinian Arab press reports that Hamas forced the bakeries of Gaza to be closed even though they had a month of supplies. I wrote on Sunday about similar reports that Hamas was stealing fuel meant for hospitals. ...

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