May 29, 2008 5:22 pm


Melanie Phillips , The universities' witch-hunt against the Jews No. Not just Israelis, by good Jewish friends!

Eli Lake, Because I'm a Jew

Today, the Universities and Colleges Union is discussing whether universities should single out Israeli and Jewish scholars for active discrimination.

Yes, you read that correctly. The UCU is debating a motion which not only raises the spectre yet again of an academic boycott of Israel but demands of Jewish and Israeli academics that they explain their politics as a pre-condition to normal academic contact. The motion asks colleagues

Jonathan Spyer, UNRWA: Barrier to Peace


Ron Marlar, Exclusive: A Slice of Life in Israel Today

To make yourself feel better,

read Rita Kramer, Flames in the Field: The Story of Four SOE Agents in Occupied France.

Kramer and her husband traveled extensively in Europe in the nineteen-seventies and eighties and on one of their trips driving through France they came across the Natzweiler concentration camp in Alsace, the ultimate destination of thousands of men who had struggled against the Nazis--and of four women who been brought there to end their lives........This is their story....

Israel's 60 years of breakthrough economy

The 1948-2008 series of Arab-Israeli wars, coupled with Palestinian terrorism, have been bumps on the path of unprecedented Israeli economic growth: From a $1.2 billion GDP in 1948 to a $170 billion GDP in 2007! From a labor and land-intensive import-based economy, which is vulnerable to security and political uncertainty, to an increasingly know how-intensive export-driven economy, which is less vulnerable to wars and terrorism.

Amir Taheri, The problem of talking to Iran is that it is a movement not a state and will only accept unconditional surrender:

The problem that the world, including the U.S., has today is not with Iran as a nation-state but with the Islamic Republic as a revolutionary cause bent on world conquest under the guidance of the"Hidden Imam." The following statement by the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the"Supreme leader" of the Islamic Republic – who Mr. Obama admits has ultimate power in Iran -- exposes the futility of the very talks Mr. Obama proposes:"You have nothing to say to us. We object. We do not agree to a relationship with you! We are not prepared to establish relations with powerful world devourers like you! The Iranian nation has no need of the United States, nor is the Iranian nation afraid of the United States. We . . . do not accept your behavior, your oppression and intervention in various parts of the world."

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