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Thoughts & Afterthoughts
After Auschwitz All European Culture is Trash; Man's Godly Attributes more

How the Jews Survived
How on earth, I wondered, had the Jews, scattered across the face of the globe and subject to persecution such as has been visited on no other people, managed to survive, while great empires – The Assyrian, the Egyptian, the Greek, the Roman, the British – had all withered and died? more

Letter to the Holocaust Centre
I often wonder what is the significance of the Holocaust to non-Jews, and why do we want to spread news of the Holocaust far and wide? What has the Imperial War Museum to do with the Holocaust? more

To Crack a "Nut"
To legislate against the ownership of hand guns in order to prevent ethnic crime, is a case of cracking a nut with a steam roller. more

Israeli Statistics
The latest economic figures for the State of Israel show that the Jewish State of Israel is one of the leading five nations in the world in technology. The gross national income reached 110 billion dollars. Israel’s export amounts to 40 billion dollars. The average income per capita was 18 thousand dollars. more

Destroying Idols
The move by Afghanistan’s religious leaders to destroy the idols of Buddhism is to be applauded. They offend the followers of monotheism, worshippers of the one true God, Creator and Sustainer of our universe, especially Jews and Moslems. more

Toward a Middle East Federation
The repeated attempts of Arab leaders to unite various countries of the Middle East in a pan-arab Federation shows clearly their imperialist intentions and their ultimate aim of having an empire extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Persian Gulf and beyond. more

BBC Prejudice
I understand that you have taken the trouble of screening a programme against Ariel Sharon and his indirect involvement in the murder of some 800 Palestinians in Sabra and Shatila. An Israeli court of enquiry had already criticised Mr Sharon for his involvement which was regarded as indirect, and your programme was not really necessary. more

Chammelha - Give me more....(says Yasser Arafat)
The high point in Israel’s short history was the Six Day War of 1967, when the whole world applauded Israel’s miraculous achievement of defeating the combined Arab armies. It is said that every Jew in the Diaspora walked three inches taller. That euphoria was gradually frittered away by the mistakes of the Politicians. more

Let Us Move to Mauritania
If Jerusalem is expendable, then what is left to keep us there, a troublesome corner of the world for the past 3,000 years? more

They knew about the Holocaust
In the BBC television programme "Young Elizabeth", it was said that King George VI, among others, became fully aware of the Holocaust early on but it was decided that "the news was too terrible to publicise". more

Holocaust Remembrance Day, 27 January
On the occasion of the Holocaust Remembrance Day, 27 January, it should be recognised that the Holocaust was not merely a Jewish calamity, but that it had an international political dimension. more

Holocaust Remembrance
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it". The term "Holocaust" which originally referred to the genocide of European Jewry by the German beasts, has now been appropriated by the rest of the world to cover minor outbreaks of genocide. more

The Arabs Will Never Make Peace With Reality
In November 1947, the United Nations passed the Partition Resolution of Palestine, which was flatly rejected by the Arabs. Since then an important event happened in the region … more

My Thoughts on Israel
For nearly 2,000 years we have been praying and hoping for the return to Zion. Our generation has been privileged to witness the rebirth of Israel. I therefore often ask myself, what are we doing here? more

Jewish Rights in the Middle East and the Peace Process
Israel is accused of occupying Arab lands and oppressing the Palestinians. What is the truth? more

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