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Our man in Israel captures a side of the news that will be, no doubt, either ignored or equivocated away by the likes of The New York Times. Read this piece only if you are not afraid to confront unsanitized reporting and raw emotion.
Hamas big: Any deal with Arafat or Arab country is worthless
By Sana Abdallah
The leader of the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic extremist Hamas group warned in an interview published yesterday that suicide attacks against Israel would continue, despite stepped up efforts to stop them by Arab countries and the Palestinian Authority.
Critics rev up antagonism toward the only minority. It's trendy to denigrate.
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Ranan R. Lurie: The giant with three tasks has only two hands: What I know from speaking to Musharraf and Gandhi (CLARITY!)
Diana West: Have you forgotten we're at war?
Betsy Hart: When sameness of attitudes brings security
Jack Kelly: Taking on common sense
Jeff Jacoby: A real threat? (SPOT-ON!)
Mort Kondracke: Bush still sailing, Hill up for grabs
Michael Kirkland: Court divides again on federalism
John Leo: A gay culture in the church
MUGGER: Political paranoia
James K. Glassman: He moves in mysterious ways (SMART!)
Wesley Pruden: When the president has to button his lip
Joel Mowbray: Coddling Castro
Frank Gaffney: Bush's Russian gamble
Paul Greenberg: Arm the pilots
Michelle Malkin: Borders, cyanide, and terrorism (OUTRAGEOUS!)
Walter Williams: Creating poverty
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