Israel Is Worried

And it is right to be. Mohammed ElBaradei says that Israel signed a treaty with Mubarak, not Egypt. Not one of the parties or movements which could potentially form part of a new Egyptian government is friendly, or even neutral, towards Israel and the West. Said Abdel-Khalek, former editor in chief of the Wafd Party’s Al-Wafd, …

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Thank God For Israel

One sixth of one percent of the land in the Middle East. No oil. Not much in the way of natural resources. Constantly under threat. Yet what they have built, and what they give, is amazing. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem – those who love you will prosper. Psalm 122:6

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Hosni Mubarak Deserves Better From the West

Hosni Mubarak took over as president after his friend and mentor Anwar Sadat was murdered in 1981 by islamic extremists. Over the past thirty years, Mubarak has confirmed and strengthened the fragile peace negotiated by Sadat between Israel and Egypt. He has worked with, and counted as friends, successive American presidents and UK Prime Ministers. …

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Why There’s No Fondling at Israeli Airports

Israel’s Top Ten Airport Security Technologies The technologies are interesting and certainly work. But what seems to make the most difference is the thinking. “Israel concentrates on the passengers and not their luggage so we have a real edge over the rest of the world in protecting travelers,” says Rafi Sela, a top security consultant …

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Common Sense a Sticking Point at Peace Talks

Benjamin Netanyahu has said that any long term peace agreement must include the recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. It sounds a reasonable enough request. After all, Israel is only about one sixth of one percent of the land of the Middle East. The Jewish people have a longer association with that land than …

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