Hamas officers in Gaza

Media Museum to Honor Hamas Terrorists

Media Museum to Honor Hamas Terrorists May 12, 2013 13:47 by Simon Plosker UPDATE:  Newseum is re-evaluating its decision to honor the terrorists. * * * The Washington DC-based Newseum, a museum dedicated to the media, will be holding a ceremony to honor those journalists who have been killed in the last year in the […]

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Radical Egyptian Cleric Visits Gaza

Radical Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi on Wednesday started a visit to Hamas-ruled Gaza, crossing via Rafiah, on the border with Egypt. AFP reported that Egyptian-born al-Qaradawi, who is a citizen of Qatar and close to the Muslim Brotherhood, arrived in Gaza shortly after 9:30 p.m. local time. Sheikh al-Qaradawi led a delegation of 50 clerics […]

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Typical Islamists: Hamas Bulldozes Roman Temple Heritage Site For Use As Terror Training Camp

UN Watch, an independent Geneva-based monitoring group, has sent a letter to UNESCO, calling on the international body to take immediate action to stop Hamas from bulldozing of a 3000-year-old Gaza harbor for use as a terrorist training camp. The partial destruction of the ancient Anthedon Harbor—which includes the ruins of a Roman temple and […]

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Syrian Army Withdraws From Golan

Syrian Army Withdraws From Golan April 8, 2013 16:04 by Pesach Benson Today’s Top Stories 1. The Syrian army withdrew most of its troops from the Golan Heights. Although it was a matter of time, The Guardian reports that the move creates new worries for Israel and imperils UN observers. Western diplomats said the Syrian […]

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Report: Hamas Training Syrian Rebels in Damascus

Hamas, a former ally of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, is now training the rebel Free Syrian Army in eastern Damascus, according to a report Friday in the British Times. Diplomatic sources told the newspaper that members of Hamas’s Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades were training FSA units in the rebel-held neighborhoods of Yalda, Jaramana and Babbila. The […]

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On Second Thought … Maybe that Israeli Apology to Turkey was a Good Idea

by Daniel Pipes March 29, 2013 Cross-posted from National Review Online, The Corner I was appalled to learn a week ago that the Israeli prime minister had apologized to his Turkish counterpart for his government’s actions during the Mavi Marmara incident, seeing this as feeding the Turkish government’s inflated sense of grandeur and power. That […]

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Apartheid Palestine?

It is impossible to read this latest UN report, or to listen to its authors and its state sponsors, without knowing that the campaign to rid the world of Israeli settlements is a campaign to rid the world of Israel. On Monday, March 17, in Geneva, the UN Human Rights Council will hold a first-ever […]

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