What Is the “Three NO(s)” Resolution of September 1, 1967?

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The Three NO(s) resolution, also known as the Khartoum Resolution of 1967, was a result of a conference with heads of state from eight Arab countries in Khartoum, Sudan on August 29 to September 1, 1967. The meeting formulated the Arab consensus that despite the fact that Israel has consistently reached out for peaceful coexistence with its neighbors, the Arabian nation would not do the same. The resolution adopted September 1, 1967 called for the continued struggle against Israel, the creation of a fund to assist the economics of Egypt and Jordan, the lifting of an Arab oil boycott against

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Disputed Jerusalem Neighborhood Built on Jewish Land

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Jewish land bought and paid for. From Disputed Jerusalem Neighborhood Built on Jewish Land: Israel’s Ministry of Construction and Housing this week invited contractors to bid on a contract to build 307 new housing units in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Homa. Har Homa is a neighborhood inside the Jerusalem city limits, at the edge of PA-controlled Bethlehem, that has more than 1,000 dwellings, housing some 6,000 residents. Har Homa sits on 210 acres of land that Jews purchased from local Arab landowners in the 1920s. It is therefore Jewish-owned land, said Israel Kimhi of the Jerusalem Institute for

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Twelve Palestinian/Muslim/Terrorists Found Hiding in Hospital

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Twelve wanted terrorists were arrested Apr 1, 2004 in a joint IDF and ISA operation near the Daheishe refugee camp, in Bethlehem. Among those arrested are officers in the Palestinian security forces who were involved in planning and carrying out terrorist attacks. The terrorists were hiding in a local psychiatric institution. IDF forces called upon the terrorists to leave their place of hiding and to turn themselves in. In response, the forces were fired upon from within the institution. An exchange of fire ensued and ended when the terrorists gave themselves up. The wanted Palestinians carried three pistols and a

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Four Points: Arguments for Israel by Daniel Weinstein

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From Four Points: Arguments for Israel: In this age of sound-bites, here are some key facts at your fingertips. When it comes to Israel, tempers sometimes flare, and sometimes we don’t even know how to respond. We might hear a new argument or a new perspective, and the limited knowledge we have proves to be insufficient. Especially in the age of sound-bites and knee-jerk politics, we need to have more facts at our fingertips, organize what we know, and be prepared to respond effectively. Recognizing this, here is a “Four-Point” educational campaign produced by Hasbara Fellowships. Each of the following

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The Arabs on the Temple Mount Continue Their Illegal Destruction to Eliminate the Jewish Identity of the Site

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The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement recently discovered that the Arabs on the Temple Mount are continuing to carry out their barbaric and illegal destruction there. The goal of this work is to eliminate the Jewish identity of the Temple Mount and any remains from the First or Second Temples which could be evidence of the existence of the Temple on this most holy site. One part of the work is to change the original stone flooring that has survived for thousands of years from the time of the Jewish Temple. They are lifting the ancient stones

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The disputed territories never belonged to the “Palestinians”

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The disputed – or as Jew-haters like to say – the “occupied” territories never belonged to the “Palestinians”. Never. These areas only came into Israeli possession as a result of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon converging on Israel’s border in 1967 – in what came to be known as the Six Day War – a war which the Arabs once again initiated with the singular goal to destroy all of Israel and all the Jews within. It was a war started by Arabs and once again lost by Arabs and as a result, Israel took control of the land. And

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Scapegoating the “settlers”

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There were no settlers in Judea and Samaria and Gaza in 1967. There were none in 1956. Those Jews who lived there in 1947 and 1948, and were murdered or driven out by the Arabs, were not called “settlers,” but rather Jews of Palestine living in Eretz Yisrael. Yet, even without the settlers, the Arabs tried to destroy the Jewish presence in the Holy Land, managed to kill Jews in whatever cruel ways they could. This was also true in the 1920s and 1930s. It did not take settlers to ‘create a quarrel’ between the Jews and their Arab neighbors.

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Iraqi Jews: a case of ‘ethnic cleansing’ – persecution began in 1930s and prevailed throughout Mideast

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For more than 50 years, the plight of Palestinian refugees has remained at center stage of discussions of Middle East politics. The United Nations has passed dozens of resolutions deploring the status of refugees in that region and Arab representatives continue to insist on the Palestinians’ “right of return” as a prerequisite to lasting peace between Arabs and Israelis. Lost in this discussion, however, has been the memory of another flood of refugees created for the most part at the same time as the original Palestinian refugees left their home. This “forgotten exodus” of Jews from Arab lands involved just

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