What is the “Three NO(s)” resolution of September 1, 1967?

With typical Muslim hubris, 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…

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Israel destroys synagogue near Judaism’s 2nd holiest site

Israeli security forces today, under orders from the detestable Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, amassed in Hebron – the world's oldest Jewish city – where they destroyed a synagogue and forcibly evicted two Jewish families from a Jewish-owned market place located within the city's Jewish community.Two Jewish families. In the meantime, arab squatters infest the Holy City of Hebron, but the…

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Amid General Amnesia

Excellent points made here. From Amid General Amnesia: It's a curious thing: Although the map that was changed by the Six-Day War had been in existence for less than 20 years, starting with Israel's War of Independence in 1948, and more than twice as many years have gone by since then, that map of the Middle East continues to be…

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The Most Justified War

From The Most Justified War: As Ha'aretz's correspondent in Paris before the 1967 Six-Day War, I was at the Israeli Embassy when half a million people rallied in the streets to show their solidarity with Israel. There was a sense that the Arabs were about to wipe out the Jewish state. On television, people saw Egyptian troops marching into Sinai;…

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