|11. UN GA Resolution 51/133 [1/7/2005] Ref #11385|
UN GA Resolution 51/133. 13 December 1996
|12. UN GA Resolution 52/250 [1/7/2005] Ref #11386|
UN GA Resolution 52/250
|13. Fatalities in the Territories between September 1993 (Oslo) and February 2002 [12/1/2004] Ref #11311|
fatalities in the Territories between September 1993 (Oslo) and February 2002
|14. Palestinian civilians killed by Israeli civilians in the Occupied Territories [12/1/2004] Ref #11313|
Listing covers Palestinians killed 2000-2003.
|15. Time Magazine's 100: Ben Gurion and the Suez Campaign [11/30/2004] Ref #11297|
The question of whether Israel would withdraw from the Gaza Strip.
|http://www.time.com/time/time100/leaders/profile/bengurion_related5.ht ml ()|
|16. Iraq: Go to War? And the Nuclear Question [11/29/2004] Ref #11295|
Discussion of the issues of going to war in Iraq
|Bruce D. Larkin |
|17. Ancient History": U.S. Conduct in the Middle East Since World War II and the Folly of Intervention [11/29/2004] Ref #11296|
Review of U.S. Middle East policy since the 1956 Suez Crisis.
|Sheldon L. Richman | Cato Institute Policy Analysis|
|18. Disputed Territories: Forgotten Facts About the West Bank and Gaza Strip [11/23/2004] Ref #11287|
In 1967, Israel fought a desperate war of self-defense and despite dire odds, won. As a result, the Jewish State not only survived, it also came into possession of additional lands, including territory that is of vital importance to its security.
|19. Definitions of Military Terms [11/22/2004] Ref #11284|
An occupied territory is a region that has been taken over by a sovereign power after a military intervention. In most cases the period of occupation is temporary pending the signing of a peace treaty or the formation of a new government
|20. From "Occupied Territories" to "Disputed Territories" [11/22/2004] Ref #11285|
Describing the territories as "Palestinian" may serve the political agenda of one side in the dispute, but it prejudges the outcome of future territorial negotiations that were envisioned under UN Security Council Resolution 242. It also represents a total denial of Israel's fundamental rights. Furthermore, reference to "resisting occupation" has simply become a ploy advanced by Palestinian and Arab spokesmen to justify an ongoing terrorist campaign against Israel, despite the new global consensus against terrorism that has been formed since September 11, 2001.
|Dore Gold | Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs |
| http://www.jcpa.org/jl/vp470.htm ()|