Colombia buys 13 jets by Judy MaltzJerusalem Post, 15 October 1988 Columbia’s Defence Minister, General Rafael Samudio Molina, last week signed a $200 million-contract finalizing the purchase of 13 Kfir planes from Israel Aircraft Industries. The contract, which has been … Read more . . .
I accuse by Baruch Kimmerling in Kol Ha’ir (weekend paper), 1 February 2002 [publ. in Middle East International, 22 February 2002] I accuse Ariel Sharon of creating a process by which he will not only intensify the reciprocal bloodshed, but … Read more . . .
Letter from Jerusalem by Haim Baram in Middle East International, 8 February 2002 [this is not a translation from Hebrew, but an article written by an Israeli author in English] The other day I had to go to the city … Read more . . .
Delhi shows interest in buying pilotless aircraft [drones] Indian delegations are set to visit Israel to discuss trade by Linday Shanson, New Delhiin Jewish Chronicle (London), 18 September 1992 After years of estrangement, India and Israel have embarked on a … Read more . . .
Jerusalem’s weapons trade with Peking spans a decade by Martin Sieff, Washington in Jewish Chronicle, London, March 20, 1992 Leaked US intelligence reports that Israel has transmitted Patriot missile technology to China – firmly denied in Jerusalem – have highlighted … Read more . . .
The upper-class fence http://www.kibush.co.il/show_file.asp?num=5086 By: Gadi Algazi Hagada Hasmalit 21.6.2005 Translated from Hebrew by Daniel Breslau Link to original Hebrew article The green line doesn’t affect the market, says the headline in the economic supplement of Ha`aretz (14/6/2005). The article … Read more . . .
This article will be published in the next issue of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. It deserves to be circulated widely. (June 2005)
The author, Paul Findley, is former Congressman.
For more information on the events of the USS Liberty see: http://usslibertyinquiry.com/
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Twilight Zone / Till we meet again By Gideon Levy Ha’aretz, 9 June 2005 http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/objects/pages/PrintArticleEn.jhtml?itemNo=586552 Only rarely do columnists become the subjects of their own column. That was the case, for example, when Israel Defense Forces soldiers fired at our … Read more . . .
They are afraid:”On the relationship of Jews in Israel to the Palestinian refugees By: Eitan Bronstein Presentation at the Tel Aviv University Conference on `Zionism: Ideology vs. Reality` 31/5/2005 Translated from Hebrew by Daniel Breslau The Hebrew original: http://www.kibush.co.il/show_file.asp?num=3791 The … Read more . . .
Ha'aretz, June 2, 2005 Shards of memory By Gideon Levy This is the most Arab-free area in Israel. It was the scene of total ethnic cleansing, which left not a vestige apart from the heaps of ruins and the sabra … Read more . . .
“March 2005 A Dog’s Life: Whose Blood is Worth More ? That of Palestinian Civilians or a ‘Jewish’ Dog? http://keshev.org.il/siteEn/FullNews.asp”NewsID=80&CategoryID=9 Keshev: The Center for the Protection of Democracy in Israel Subject Monitoring: March 10-11, 2005 During February 2005, security … Read more . . .
Sharon’s "Advisors" Paul de Rooij Ariel Sharon is surrounded by a coterie of “advisors? who step in to develop, perfect and sell plans for the continued and inexorable dispossession of the Palestinians. What is surprising is that these advisors, the … Read more . . .