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Israel Readies a Bill
To Allow Jewish Prayer
At Judaism’s Holiest Site
New York Sun | May 20, 2014
Excerpt: After several exasperating decades, one of the thorniest and most painful issues on Israel’s public agenda may at last be heading toward a resolution. In a move underlining the national consensus regarding the Temple Mount, two members of the ...
Is the Kremlin an Accessory?
New York Sun | September 16, 2013
Excerpt: The United Nations report on the Syrian chemical attacks and the response of the international organizations makes the political classes of the United States and the U.K. look pathetically weak — enough to call into question basic assumptions of the ...
United Nations Rolls Out the Red Carpet To Fete New Anti-Israel Movie
New York Sun | March 13, 2011
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – The General Assembly, for the first time, will attempt tomorrow evening to morph itself into Hollywood, conducting a red-carpet premiere event that will see diplomats mingling with film stars and cinema moguls – and, in the process ...
U.N. Seeks Obama’s Attendance at ‘Durban III’ on 10th Anniversary of 9/11
New York Sun | November 24, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – If the majority here gets its way, President Obama may attend next year an event celebrating a decade of verbal anti-Israel attacks at the same time that most Americans commemorate the tenth anniversary of the deadliest terrorist ...
The Which Blair Project
New York Sun | October 15, 2009
Excerpt: An email has just come in from one of our favorite newspapers, Il Foglio, seeking support for the candidacy of Tony Blair to be president of the European Council. It seems that under the Treaty of Lisbon, the presidency of the Council will changing from being a rotating musical chairs kind of thing to a position with a two-year term and slightly more power. Its power would not amount to a hill of beans in an era when there was a strong and assertive American president pressing our interests. But in a season of American retreat, and with only the Czech president now holding out against Lisbon, the issue Il Foglio is pressing is something to think about. ...
Dubious Defense of Democracy
New York Sun | September 30, 2008
Excerpt: LONDON — Are the streets of Vienna echoing to the sound of jackboots again? Two anti-immigrant parties, the Freedom Party and the Alliance for the Future of Austria, achieved the far Right's best result since 1945 in last weekend's elections. They ...
11 Europeans Freed After Being Kidnapped in Egypt
New York Sun | September 30, 2008
Excerpt: Eleven European tourists and their eight Egyptian guides have been released and are being flown to Cairo after being taken hostage a week ago in a remote desert region of Egypt. The group, including five Germans, five Italians, and a Romanian, were ...
Egypt: Kidnapped European Tourists Released
New York Sun | September 29, 2008
Excerpt: CAIRO, Egypt — A kidnapped 19-member European tour group was freed today and the 11 tourists and eight Egyptian guides and drivers are in good health and on their way to Cairo, Egypt's state news agency and television reported. The group, which ...
Belarus Claims Rout of Opposition in National Polls
New York Sun | September 28, 2008
Excerpt: MINSK, Belarus — No opposition candidate won a seat in the Belarusian parliament with nearly all the districts counted, the head of the elections commission said early Monday. Although there is the possibility that some opposition members could still ...
Pirates Seize Ukrainian Ship Off Somalia
New York Sun | September 26, 2008
Excerpt: KIEV, Ukraine — The Foreign Ministry says pirates have seized a Ukrainian-operated ship off Somalia. The ministry says the Faina was sailing with 21 people on board under the Belize flag, though it is operated by Ukrainian managing company Tomax Team ...