President Clinton: A Lethal Friend

Ynet, January 18, 2001 President Clinton’s admirers have claimed that he has been the most pro-Israel President, ever serving in the White House.  However, a proper due-diligence of Clinton’s policy toward Israel reveals that the road to security and political hell could be paved with good intentions.

Prime Minister Barak's Fear of – and Susceptibility to – Pressure

Makor Rishon Weekly , January 05, 2001

Contrary to all his predecessors – who served until the1993 Oslo Accords – Prime Minister Barak has been extremely susceptible to US Administration pressure.  Unlike the leaders of Egypt, Turkey Germany and Italy, who have demonstrated tenacity in combating terrorism, and in contrast with his own outstanding service as the commander of special operations, Barak has been apprehensive of a resolute military battle against terrorism.  

How to Survive Violence? Let's Turn the Clock Forward

"Makor Rishon" Weekly, November 24, 2000

The unprecedented deterioration of the personal and national security in Jerusalem, Galilee, Acre, Jaffa, Negev and Netzarim, is the direct and lethal outcome of the Oslo Process.  The rectification of the erosion in Israel’s national and personal security is preconditioned upon the annulling – and not just suspension – of the Oslo Process.  The suspension - rather than the rescinding - of the Process has been suggested by spineless politicians. But, it would not solve the security problem; it would only postpone the end…

Arafat's Abuse of Palestinian Children

Ynet, November 07, 2000 A brutal, cynical and systematic abuse of children, has been employed by Middle East terror regimes, in order to advance radical goals, while eroding the civilian and military steadfastness of their adversaries. 

Department of State – A systematic Blunderer

Ynet , October 30, 2000

Israel's pre-1993 Israeli prime ministers defied US pressure to withdraw to the 1949 Lines ("with cosmetic changes"). On the other hand, Prime Minister Barak persists - like the other post-1993 Israeli prime ministers – to implement the US Department of State policy, which is bleeding and crumbling by the day.  Barak considers the Department of State as a luminary, in spite of its failing track record in the Middle East.

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