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The news of Kadima's death is somewhat premature [30 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
Walter SchwagerMar 29, 2006 00:4741742
Opposite view [505 words]HarrakJan 16, 2006 22:5531769
WILL SHARON'S POLICIES SURVIVE [173 words]AKJan 16, 2006 18:4731759
Poll: Kadima support rises with Olmert as leader [74 words]ARBJan 11, 2006 13:3931467
Wishful thinking [51 words]ARBJan 11, 2006 13:3631464
Purim-style Spiel to celebrate Sharon's recovery [283 words]orange yonasonJan 10, 2006 02:3131381
Azoy geht haOylam,yeah? [78 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 10, 2006 23:1331381
Some say "The Work Of The Great Sharon Should Continue."? [336 words]orange yonasonJan 9, 2006 23:3531373
Reply to Orange Yonason [93 words]Seamuia MacNemiJan 10, 2006 10:0731373
Colossal Mistake ... or ?? [626 words]J.S.Jan 10, 2006 15:1931373
The Accident That Wasn't [296 words]orange yonasonJan 11, 2006 22:2031373
Yes, for the religious, "accidents" have purpose... [158 words]J.S.Jan 12, 2006 19:3831373
A Sharon in the future of American Politics [243 words]Thomas Earl CannadyJan 9, 2006 05:5331322
Gradual Disappearance of Phata-Morgana [264 words]Mikael KJan 8, 2006 18:3031294
Back on the death-track? [294 words]Christian EpareJan 8, 2006 18:0831292
Yes, Back On "Death Track," And With A Vengeance! [515 words]orange yonasonJan 10, 2006 01:0631292
I agree with Orange Yonason [27 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 10, 2006 09:4731292
Wait and See - Is this a third way? [205 words]PatJan 8, 2006 15:3031284
Don't write off kadima so fast [99 words]Kalman NeumanJan 8, 2006 13:3331280
Mr. Sharon's demise [536 words]H. E. LaffertyJan 8, 2006 12:5531278
After Sharon: Too Early to Speculate [350 words]Maurice PicowJan 8, 2006 11:5431276
A big stroke in mid east polity [506 words]Amitabh tripathiJan 7, 2006 09:1331229
Before we criticise Sharon [92 words]Klee GluckmanJan 7, 2006 05:0331219
End times. [76 words]Shane KelleyJan 7, 2006 04:0731217
Sharon has betrayed Israel. [112 words]Arvind MadhavanJan 7, 2006 04:0231216
Tragically-Politics as usual [256 words]jayJan 6, 2006 22:4331210
Winning the war [217 words]Jerome KrasnowJan 6, 2006 16:4631195
Sharon has furthered the Palestinian agenda..... [122 words]Janet Ann SuzukiJan 6, 2006 16:4431194
Brilliant idea, not a "monumental mistake" [349 words]BorisJan 6, 2006 16:2131193
TIA's and CVA [175 words]y brandstetter MDJan 8, 2006 15:0931193
Food for Thought [147 words]Janet Ann SuzukiJan 6, 2006 16:1631191
The Case for Sharon [753 words]J.S.Jan 6, 2006 15:1931189
The Demise Of Kadima [185 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 6, 2006 12:0631181
Prime Minister Sharon's Legacy......He GAVE the enemy land belonging to the Jews. [124 words]Janet Ann SuzukiJan 6, 2006 12:0431180
sharon downsized [114 words]alan jay gerberJan 6, 2006 09:2431176
Will A New Third Party Survived Sharon's Departure? [86 words]AnneMJan 6, 2006 07:0631170
Kadima ? to where and what [227 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 9, 2006 01:3731170
I respect this man [211 words]Maya MarkovaJan 6, 2006 03:4631168
Ariel Sharon - Leader, Bulldozer, Peace Maker - Dr. Pipes? [116 words]Heather ClarkJan 6, 2006 01:2131160
Re-alignment of Israeli politics following Sharon's stroke [32 words]Ury WeissJan 5, 2006 22:3031153
A hero in a land of heroes, [34 words]Kip WatsonJan 5, 2006 22:0431152
post Sharon [27 words]StevenLJan 5, 2006 18:5131144
On Benjamin Netanyahu [148 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 9, 2006 11:1031144
Israel's Suicide [93 words]Ralph C Whaley MDJan 5, 2006 18:1931142
not true [150 words]y brandstetter MDJan 9, 2006 13:0631142
Israel's Fractured Knesset [327 words]DiggerJan 9, 2006 22:3231142
Kadima [170 words]Donald W. BalesJan 5, 2006 17:3431134
on the contrary [361 words]yuval brandstetterJan 5, 2006 17:2731132
There may be a "peace" deal on the horizon [139 words]RenchJan 5, 2006 17:1231130
and perhaps even some forward movement toward a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian war. [67 words]jimboyJan 5, 2006 16:5731128
final borders [242 words]yuval brandstetterJan 7, 2006 07:5231128
Everything here has changed [291 words]Kenneth S. BesigJan 5, 2006 12:4031110
Convergence [161 words]David W. LincolnJan 5, 2006 12:3031109
the king is dead; long live the king [258 words]John W. Mcginley "Nathan" for this particular commentJan 5, 2006 12:3031108
Arik Melekh Israel [136 words]ArielJan 9, 2006 17:5031108
New law if Likud wins [80 words]EMOpalJan 5, 2006 12:1531107
Personalities and Politics [325 words]ddsJan 5, 2006 11:3731105
Israeli-Palestinian War [35 words]DavidJan 5, 2006 11:2831104
Mr. Sharon [380 words]James BigaJan 5, 2006 11:2631103
A prayer for Sharon [39 words]Michael ByrneJan 5, 2006 10:4131100
Arik [230 words]John W. McGinleyJan 5, 2006 10:3731099
Israel government..next PM [193 words]kim segarJan 5, 2006 10:1931098
WHY BEAT AROUND THE BUSH (I MEAN PERETZ)? [46 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
Sam LivingstonJan 5, 2006 09:4131096
He led confused Jews down the deadly path of self-delusion [303 words]Ezra Ben-ShalomJan 5, 2006 08:5631093
I whole heartedly agree with Ezra BenShaloms observations [94 words]Seamus MacNemiJan 9, 2006 23:1431093
Commendable insight [193 words]Steve KleinJan 5, 2006 08:3531091

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