The New York Times added a correction to an article about the site of the two Jewish Temples.
An earlier version of this article misstated the question that many books and scholarly treatises have never definitively answered concerning the two ancient Jewish temples. The question is where precisely on the 37-acre Temple Mount site the temples had once stood, not whether the temples had ever existed there.
What shoddy journalism.
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The DailyCaller reports on a speech made by Chicago-based pastor Jeremiah Wright. Click here to read whom refers to as a Palestinian.
Below are two questions asked to the State Department Spokesperson at the Friday briefing.
I have one last question on the settlement. I raised this question before in this room, and I want to ask it again. Now, there are a number of settlers in the thousands – 60,000 altogether with American citizens and so on. Do you feel that you have any kind of leverage perhaps to convince those settlers to sort of de-conflict from that area or relocate and so on?
But you have termed before settler attacks Palestinians as terrorist attacks. You have, correct? I mean, and the incident, let’s say, in the village of Duma when a settler burned a whole family down and so on, you called that an act of terror.
Can the journalist who asked the second question point me to the settler who committed the act? Is he aware of someone who was convicted of the crime so that he could definitively state it was a settler?
"הגר"ש עמאר: "פטירת הרב אברג'ל מחייבת את כולנו לחשבון נפש