Time to tie up some loose ends. The past several days, I've been gathering together a large assortment of content originally intended for publication on the site. For various reasons it all slipped through the cracks, but much of it is still relevant, and I'd like to post it here.
To begin, here is an archive of links to many excellent essays and news reports from around the Net over the past six months or so. Many were suggested by readers, and others I found while reading the news. I have organized them by topic:
Want to help Israel? Purchase good and services from the country. Here is a link page to many Israeli vendors.
It's not too late to help the Israelis expelled last year from Gush Katif.
Certain rabbis, writing even before the Hezbollah war, tell why Israel absolutely should not withdraw from Judea and Samaria (the West Bank). Of course, the original disengagement from Gaza was also a disaster. Meanwhile, an expat Arab Gazan tells all, as well.
Is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the source of all the Mid-East's troubles? Absolutely not, and it's dangerous to pretend otherwise.
A Kuwaiti Muslim writes in support of Israel.
Rabbi Dov Begon: All-out war against enemies leads to victory.
As opposed to much of the Western world, in Israel family is "in".
Education reform in Israel:Towards more Jewish tradition.
Israel and particularism before universalism.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: Never fear being hated.
Robert Spencer on why we must profile to stop terrorism.
Jonah Goldberg on farming, economics, and subsidies in America.
Hezbollah doesn't just threaten Israel. America needs to take the terror group very seriously.
Oil problems? The Middle East doesn't hold all the cards, because they need the oil sales as much as we do.
Brigitte Gabriel on the plight of Lebanese Christians.
A British Anglican bishop of Middle East descent slams multiculturalism.
Korean researchers create "magic" new petrochemical catalyst.
Phenomenal new farming technology from Israel.
The lesson of the DDT debacle: Don't listen to the environmental left.
Writer Dan Simmons gives a horrifying prediction of a future that could occur if America fails to defeat Islamofascism. I think the jihadists are much more of a paper tiger than Simmons claims, but his piece is still a must-read.
More to come shortly.