|181. The tax man wears many disguises [8/21/1998] Ref #11711|
Businessmen and human-rights activists say corrupt PA security officials are jailing alleged tax evaders and forcing them to pay 'back taxes' - essentially ransom - to win their freedom. But the PA never sees any of these 'taxes.' Steve Rodan reports. Box at end of text.
|http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/jpost/access/33318503.html?dids=33318503:3 3318503&FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:FT&date=Aug+21%2C+1998&author=Steve+Rodan&pub =Jerusalem+Post&edition=&startpage=15&desc=The+tax+man+wears+many+disg uises ()|
|182. David Ben Gurion [4/13/1998] Ref #10631|
Profile of David Ben Gurion - Ever since he was a frail child with a disproportionately big head, David Ben-Gurion was always clear about his next move, about the Jewish people's destination, about the link between his steps and the deliverance of the Jews in their biblical homeland.
|Amos Oz | TIME ONLINE|
|183. Israeli Settlements: Legitimate, Democratically Mandated, Vital to Israelís Security, and Therefore, In US Interest [12/17/1996] Ref #11306|
Even if the United States were willing to ignore the will of the Israeli people, to disregard the legitimacy of Israel's right to modify or build settlements in the disputed territories and to remain indifferent to its own interests in the Jewish State's ability to defend itself, President Clinton and like-minded former officials would be on weak ground to decry such Israeli construction -- unless they also insisted that all Arab construction in the territories halt as well.
|Center for Security Policy|
|184. A landslide for Arafat [1/21/1996] Ref #11703|
The first democratic elections didnít need to be rigged when Arafatís only competition was a 72-year-old unknown social worker who garnered 10 percent of the vote.
|185. THE DRUZE MINORITY IN ISRAEL IN THE MID-1990s [6/1/1995] Ref #11667|
The Druze are a minority within a minority in the State of Israel, an Arab-speaking community loyal to the state that has suffered hundreds of casualties in its defense, and whose men serve today in high-ranking and sensitive positions within the Israeli military and security forces. Their willingness to accept the burdens of compulsory military service have led to parallel demands for equal rights within Israeli society.
|George F. Will | Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |
|186. Text of Universal Declaration of Human Rights [12/10/1948] Ref #11249|
On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the full text of which appears in the following pages.