Ynet, May 09, 2001
Saudi Arabia and other Arab oil producers bankrolled the Islamic Intifada against the Soviets in Afghanistan (some $1 billion in 1985-6), but would not finance the Palestinian Intifada of 1987-92 and the current PLO war on Israel.
Ynet, April 18, 2001
media has been relatively calm upon the 2001 election of Prime Minister Arik Sharon, unlike the assault on former Prime Minister Netanyahu upon assuming office in 1996. It was the vicious media briefings, and leaks, by the Clinton Administration, which fueled the media in 1996,
Ynet, March 18, 2001
Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, has expressed the world view of the Bush Administration, stating that "Passivity in face of threats, breeds more violence."
Ynet, February 15, 2001
Seven and a half years following the signing of the Oslo Accords, seven and a half years of exacerbated anti-Jewish and anti-Israel incitement by PLO’s education and media systems, seven and a half years of unprecedented Palestinian non-compliance and terrorism in spite of – and due to – unprecedented Israeli concessions, have demonstrated that there is no political solution to Palestinian terrorism.
Ynet, January 23, 2001
The Bible and Judeo-Christian values have played a major role in shaping the state of mind of President George W. Bush and his wife Laura, as well as their positive gut feeling toward
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.
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.
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.
Ynet , October 16, 2000
Prime Minister Barak arrived to the 2000 Sharem-A-Sheikh Summit as a negotiator whose red lines are routinely transformed into pink lines, whose dependency on the US has deepened.
Ynet, October 10, 2000
Contrary to Prime Minister Barak's expectations, Arafat has concluded a series of PLO-Hamas understandings, starting three days following the signing of the 1993 Oslo Accord, which temporarily ended PLO-Hamas battles.