Posts Tagged ‘terrorist’

Ari Fuld

Terror Victim Ari Fuld, 45, Laid To Rest In Kfar Etzion

Thousands of people gathered at the Kfar Etzion cemetery in Israel just before midnight Sept. 16 to eulogize and lay to rest Ari Fuld, a 45-year-old father of four living in Judea whose fight against the terrorist who stabbed him earlier in the day earned him acclaim throughout the country as a hero. “You were…

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shadow of a boy in a hat running on the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Essay: Pre-Nuptial Murders Recalled

Implications of Palestinian terrorist attack 15 years ago still resonate It was to be the kind of precious moment a father craves with a daughter about to be married: a respite together, however fleeting, the night before the big day. Dr. David Appelbaum, a U.S.-bred Israeli innovator in emergency medicine, and his daughter, Nava, relaxed…

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Letters – May 3, 2018

Reaction to “Some Uncomfortable Gaza Truths” I just completed reading the article by Michael Koplow (April 19, page 8). If ever there was a far-left-wing piece of work, this was it. I am an independent. I have no tolerance for those on the far right nor on the far left. This article, for the most…

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Thousands marched in solidarity with the residents of Gaza in the Israeli-Arab city of Sakhnin on Saturday, March 31.

Some Uncomfortable Gaza Truths

Above: Thousands marched in solidarity with the residents of Gaza in the Israeli-Arab city of Sakhnin on Saturday, March 31. That the sequence of events that unfolded on the Gaza border March 30 was entirely predictable, and that the reaction to those events was even more so, does not make the aftermath any more palatable. The…

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