Bush Reveals: I Ordered the Pentagon to Study a Strike on Iran

Former U.S. President George W. Bush has revealed in his new book “Decision Points” that he ordered the Pentagon to plan an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities and also considered a covert attack on Syria. The British newspaper The Guardian quoted a section of Bush’s book, which made its debut on Tuesday, in which he […]




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Mike Huckabee and Malcolm Hoenlein to Speak At Beit El Dinner

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, will deliver keynote addresses at the annual dinner of the American Friends of the Beit El Yeshiva Center and Arutz Sheva on Sunday Dec. 5 in Manhattan. Huckabee has been outspoken in his support for […]




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Asia shares mostly higher despite Wall Street fall

In this Nov. 3, 2010 photo, specialists Anthony Sherman, left, and Bernard Wheeler work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) BANGKOK (AP) — Asian markets were mostly higher Friday despite a negative cue from Wall Street with Japanese shares rising amid a respite from strength in the yen. Asia’s […]




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She Changed: Ask Dr. Chaves

about face Hi Dr. Chaves, I’ve been with my girlfriend for about 18 months and when we met, I thought she was outgoing, confident and a bit crazy. She tried to jump my bones the first night we met and had a filthy mouth. She was seeing someone at the time and was talking about […]




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Sensitive Subject: Sensitive Teeth

Sensitive Subject: Sensitive Teeth One zing to the nerve of a tooth after a sip or bite of food is enough to send even the hungriest bear running from the kitchen. Sensitive teeth can seriously limit the enjoyment of your favorite fare. So if ice cream meeting your tooth has you seeing stars, the layer […]




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US-Born Yemeni Preacher: World Needs More Muslim Terror

Radical Muslim preacher Anwar Al-Awlaki, a native of the United States, released a video this week chastising Muslim clerics who he said are doing too little to encourage terrorism. “Just speaking on the podium is not enough,” he said. “Either we support the mujahideen [terrorists] and win everything, or we let them down and lose […]




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Memorial to Romanian Jews as Mass Grave Uncovered

The Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum (Beit Lohamei Haghetaot) recently received a historic gift – a hand-painted memorial to Jews of Iasi, Romania, who had been murdered by the Nazis. The memorial plaque, created by a 14-year-old artist in 1941, gained special significance due to the discovery late last week of a mass grave in a […]




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New Turkish Anti-Israel Film Highlights Revenge against IDF

Turkey is testing the chilly diplomatic ties with Israel with another anti-Zionist production, this time a movie in which a revenge campaign is carried out against a fictitious Israeli who commanded the boarding of the IHH terrorist Mavi Marmara ship last May 31. In the “Valley of the Wolves – Palestine” film, the “hero” leads […]




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Kadima Moves Leftward: Geneva Activist Joins the Ranks

MK Tzachi Hanegbi, who has been forced to resign from the Knesset, will be replaced by Georgian-born journalist Nino Abesadze. Abesadze is a well-known leftist activist and proponent of the Geneva Initiative. She is close to Kadima head MK Tzipi Livni. On the Geneva Initiative website, Abesadze is listed as directing outreach to Russian speakers. […]




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The Firesheep Effect

Since its announcement at a hacker conference called ToorCon two weeks ago, the Firefox extension Firesheep has been downloaded over half a million times (613,000 as of this article’s publication). The extension allows users to simply and easily access unsecured information sent on a network shared with other users — so Facebook logins used at […]




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Publishing exec named new NYC schools chancellor

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, center, speaks while outgoing Chancellor of New York City Public Schools Joel Klein, left, and the new Chancellor Cathie Black look on during a news conference at City Hall in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010. Mayor Michael Bloomberg named Black, a top publishing executive, to head the nation’s […]




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