Arab workers are taking down a roof of a caravilla in the coastal town of Nitzan. They’re stacking the terra cotta tiles, leaving standing a framework of fading, mustard-colored, thin walls made of wallboard. The residents are moving out, and the shell of their former house is...
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After the dust has settled and Israel concludes its unilateral withdrawal from Gaza, a key issue will be whether the move will enhance its security or not. Will it be perceived as a "victory for terror" as the right wing has claimed, or a "base for Islamic terror" as former Finance...
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The Gaza Fight
Imagine a person's agony when the doctors tell him that in order to save his life, he must amputate a limb. ("The Battle Over Gaza in America," June 17). Imagine the increased agony when a second group of doctors tells him that not only will amputation not help his...