Sderot Children Send New Year Messages to Gaza – by Anav Silverman

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Defiant Israelis declare “A New Decade for Hope and Peace.”

Kevin Jennings, “Safe Schools Czar”

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To view the full Kevin Jennings profile, click here. Excerpts from the Kevin Jennings profile: A native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Kevin Jennings was raised by a father who was a Baptist minister, and a mother who was irreligious and anti-Catholic. After graduating from Harvard College in 1985, Jennings took a job as a high-school history teacher. Three years later […]

Eurabia vs. Israel on Jerusalem – by P. David Hornik

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The EU pressures Israel to surrender its capitol.

Russia’s Market Reform Architect Dies at 53 – Obituary Obit – NYTimes.com

MOSCOW — Yegor T. Gaidar, the economist who oversaw the largest transition from Communism to capitalism as the first finance minister of post-Soviet Russia, only to be vilified by his countrymen for the decade of poverty that followed, died on Wednesday. He was 53. via Russia’s Market Reform Architect Dies at 53 – Obituary Obit […]

Pakistan In Peril – by Stephen Brown

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Military coup brewing against President Zardar.

John Bolton: Democracy Under Arrest – WSJ.com

Universal jurisdiction” sounds like a term plucked from obscure international law journals, but it has pernicious and profoundly antidemocratic consequences in the real world. A British arrest warrant, issued over the weekend in London for former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni, shows precisely why. The warrant charged Ms. Livni—the current leader of the Knesset opposition—with […]

Hamas Reascendant – by P. David Hornik

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The Palestinian jihadists may be more dangerous than ever.

Swiss Minarets and European Islam – by Daniel Pipes

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Switzerland revolts against symbols of advancing totalitarianism.

Matthias Küntzel: The West goes wobbly on Iran, The Weekly Standard

On November 18, Iran’s foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki rejected a proposal that his country should export some 70 percent of its low-enriched uranium for further processing abroad. On November 20, the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany met in Brussels and urged Iran to reconsider. “I continue to hold out the […]