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The Palestinian Authority’s refusal to allow worshippers into Joseph’s Tomb violates the Oslo Accords

The Palestinian Authority has failed to respect the sanctity of Holy Sites The Agreement Under the terms of the Oslo Accords, the Palestinian Authority (PA) is obligated to safeguard holy sites and ensure free access to them. According to Annex III, Appendix I, Article 32 of the 28 September 1995 Oslo 2 accord: “2. Both… Keep Reading

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Palestinian Gunmen Ambush Israeli Worshippers

Palestinian Gunmen Ambush Israeli Worshippers Palestinian gunmen ambushed a van of Israeli worshippers returning from a disputed [Smooth Stone: “Disputed”? “Violated” by the Palestinians who can’t be trusted to keep an agreement, is more like it.] holy site Friday morning, wounding seven passengers. Early Friday, Palestinians ambushed a vanload of Jews who had just visited… Keep Reading

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Joseph’s Tomb Torched

“Palestinians” torched a Jewish shrine outside the city of Shechem. Witnesses said the attack, which left the already-damaged building scorched, took place after a group of Jewish worshipers left the site on Thursday. Joseph’s Tomb was trashed by “Palestinian” rioters at the beginning of the intifada but still is the site of frequent, but mostly… Keep Reading

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More proof that Jews lived in the land: Bronze Age Village Unearthed in Israel

Israeli archeologists have unearthed an 8,000-year-old Bronze Age settlement and the remains of a 1st century A.D. Jewish homestead, close to a town named for Biblical giant Goliath’s birthplace. The Israel Antiquities Authority said Monday that contractors working on a new trans-Israel highway asked the authority to carry out an exploratory dig at Ptora, in… Keep Reading

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