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The Struggle for Jerusalem

      Jerusalem is a holy city to three faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. As such, the debate over who should control the city is more than just a political one; it is a battle over which god is God, and which religion is the truth. Centuries have passed since the founding of Jerusalem and, as Scripture has predicted, it has become a stumbling block for anyone who tries to pick it up.

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Documents

Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements - September 13, 1993

Israeli Declaration of Independence - Friday 14th May 1948 - Erev Shabbat 5th Iyar 5708

Related Sites

Eye on the U.N. - A Project of the Hudson Institute New York and the Touro Law Center Institute for Human Rights. At the foundation of the UN in 1945, democracy dominated the character of the majority of member states, despite pockets of instability. Nevertheless, democracy was not made a pre-condition for membership in the UN. Sixty years later, the majority of UN members are not full-fledged democracies. The consequences for UN operations and outcomes are profound. Human rights are the most powerful political currency of our time. But the UN human rights system has squandered the commitment and passion of its original benefactors. This site is dedicated to making transparent the UN's record on its fundamental promise - to identify, condemn, and protect against human rights violations. The site will provide an information base for the re-evaluation of priorities and directions for modern-day democratic societies. This site documents anti-Israel bias in the U.N.

DEBKAfile - Intelligence headlines updated often

News Sources

Hezbollah Underground Bunkers Map Released - The Israeli military on Thursday released a map detailing what it says are nearly 1,000 underground bunkers, weapons storage facilities and monitoring sites built by the militant Hezbollah guerrillas in southern Lebanon. Many of the sites on the map are located south of the Litani River in Lebanon, the zone where Hezbollah is banned from keeping weapons under the UN-sponsored truce that ended Israel's summer 2006 war with the guerrilla group.

Hamas gains strength in Gaza - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reiterated his government's opposition to the involvement of the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, in January's elections in the Palestinian territories. Participation by Hamas, regarded by Israel and the United States as a terrorist organization, would be contingent on two conditions, Sharon said. Hamas must disarm its militants and rescind its ideological commitment to the destruction of the state of Israel.

Palestinians Set Fire to Synagogues in Gaza - Flames shot skyward from four abandoned synagogues in the Gaza Strip on Monday, as thousands of celebrating Palestinians thronged through former Jewish settlements and headed straight for the only buildings left standing.

Unhindered crossings on Gaza-Egypt border continue - Dozens of people were crossing the border both ways between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, as confusion following Israel's departure from the Palestinian territory continued for a second day.

After Gaza, Sharon battles for Likud - Former Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Tuesday that he would seek to oust Prime Minister Ariel Sharon from the premiership and as Likud leader, accusing the prime minister of caving in to terrorism by relinquishing the Gaza Strip to the Palestinians without getting anything in return.

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