Monthly Archives: December 2006

The Times’ Friedman…Still Not There Yet

Still Not There Yet… by Gerald A. Honigman New York Times syndicated columnist, Thomas L. Friedman, has gained some wisdom over the years. For a journalist, he has achieved a level of knowledge on matters pertaining to the volatile Middle … Continue reading

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Eilat Will become Egyptian When…

Eilat Will Become Egyptian When… by Gerald A. Honigman Egyptian Arabs, who conquered Egypt in the 7th century C.E. from native Copts and Nubians (who predated Arabs by millennia) return Egypt to the native peoples whom they continue to subjugate, … Continue reading

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Chanukah Corroborations

Chanukah Corroborations by Gerald A. Honigman The year was 1887. An Egyptian woman discovered a treasure-trove of over three hundred clay cuneiform tablets that would shake the world of religion and the study of ancient history. Named for a local … Continue reading

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Let’s talk (It’s time to Shaft The Jews And Kurds Again…)

Let’s Talk… by Gerald A. Honigman Lots has been said by both this author and others about that much-anticipated report from the Baker-Hamilton Commission regarding America’s next moves in Iraq. So I’m not planning on just repeating more of the … Continue reading

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