December, 2006

Immigrants from US hopeful about life in Israel

Rachel and Simcha Gluck named ’10,000th immigrant’ of Nefesh B’Nefesh organization. In conversation from their house in Long Island, with their bags all… 0

Club that supports gay teens meets hostility in Okeechobee

OKEECHOBEE, Fla. – The message to gays in this rural cattle town is spoken politely, sometimes with a drawl, sometimes quoting the Bible,… 0

Syria poised to assert itself

Hafez el Assad, the father of Syrian President Bashar Assad, established Syria’s primacy in the Levant and transformed a country ravaged by nearly… 0

Group: Iranians Were Part of Elite Force

BRUSSELS, Belgium — Two Iranians detained by U.S. forces in Iraq were senior members of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards and had coordinated attacks… 0

Homosexual Groups Win UN Acceptance With U.S. Approval

The UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has granted official status to three European homosexual organizations. After previously voting against this coveted status… 2

The Seizure of the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Khartoum


U.S. finally admits Arafat murdered American officials

State Department declassifies report on 1973 terror attack in Khartoum


Sunni groups have denounced what they say is a “Shiite peril” and the opening of several Shiite mosques in Khartoum.

Hizbullah paying for Kassam attacks

Hizbullah is paying Palestinian splinter groups “thousands of dollars” for each Kassam rocket fired at the western Negev, The Jerusalem Post has learned.

Glimmer of Hope for Mass. Residents Opposed to Homosexual Marriage

( – The same court that ruled two years ago that homosexual marriage was legal in Massachusetts, Wednesday gave opponents of homosexual marriage… 0

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