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Arab-Israeli Conflict Israel What happened in 1967 Year: 1967

Why Do Arab Nationalists Demand the Liberation of Palestine If They Gave Up on Other Occupied Regions?

We know why. Arabs are resentful that Jews are not going to apologize for surviving a 60+ year war that Arabs started, the same war that the detestable Arafat the Egyptian perpetrated when he created the PLO in 1964 – three years before there was an “occupation” in 1967. The 1967 war was a direct […]

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Arab-Israeli Conflict Faith Nazism What happened in 1967 Year: 1967

Direct Divine Intervention. What happened to it?

An uplifting article with a promise for all with righteous hearts. Excerpted from JWR: In our day, open miracles do not occur. According to the Jewish religious tradition, direct Divine intervention to turn what we call nature on its head ended in Biblical times. Still perceptible, though, in even our less holy times are more […]

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Peel Commission What happened in 1967 Year: 1967

Bush Offered Palestinians a State; They Said No

Palestinian Arabs said no to a state in 1937, when Britain under the Mandate offered the Peel Commission plan. They said no in 1947, when the UN proposed the establishment of two states in the region, one Jewish, one Arab. They said no in 1948, when Israel’s Proclamation of Independence invited the Palestinians to remain […]

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Arab-Israeli Conflict Israel What happened in 1967 Year: 1967

Response to Nicolas Kristof´s op-ed “The Two Israels”

A Letter to the Editor of the New York Times, from Gerald Steinberg, Executive Director of NGO Monitor: In his oped, Nicolas Kristof (June 22, “The Two Israels”) illustrates the danger of the “halo effect” that surrounds many powerful non-governmental organizations, which use distorted human rights claims to promote ideological agendas. While otherwise very professional […]

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Arab-Israeli Conflict Gaza What happened in 1967 Year: 1967

HRW’s Letter to President Bush on Gaza: The “Collective Punishment” Hoax

Promoting critical debate and accountability of Human Rights NGOs in the Arab Israeli conflict. Via NGO Monitor: In the first five months of 2008, HRW has issued thirteen statements condemning Israel’s response to deliberate attacks aimed at Israeli civilians launched from Gaza. [1] These statements exploit international legal terminology, repeat incomplete or false analyses of […]