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JINSA Reports

  • April 16, 1996
    10

    The recent rocket attacks by Hezbollah cannot be viewed as a singular act of a renegade organization operating in a vacuum.

  • March 20, 1996
    9

    Tom Neumann, JINSA's Executive Director, was a panelist at a program devoted to discussing Palestinian issues. Other panelists included Mr. Khalil Foutah, the PLO Representative in Washington, Amb. Clovis Maksoud of the Center for the Study of the Global South and Laila Baha of the Arab League. Clearly, it was a one-sided panel, but we thought it would be worth sharing some of the points discussed in the forum.

  • March 12, 1996
    8

    President Hafez al Assad of Syria was invited to attend the anti-terrorism conference to be held in Egypt this week. He has declined to attend. Assad had also failed to condemn the acts of terror in Israel last week and continues to allow the political offices of HAMAS to remain in Damascus. Lebanon, as of this writing, has also declined to attend the anti-terrorism conference. Libyan leader Moammar Quadafi said that the terrorism will only end if Israel and the United States are destroyed.

  • March 5, 1996
    7

    Yesterday, March 4, JINSA participated in a conference call between Ambassador Itamar Rabinovitch, Embassy of Israel, and members of the Conference of Presidents of American Jewish Organizations.

  • February 15, 1996
    6

    China has recently sold modern anti-ship missiles to Iran and violated nuclear non-proliferation agreements by selling nuclear fuel enrichment equipment to Pakistan. At the same time it has stone-walled the U.S. on trade issues and disregarded internationally recognized standards for human rights.

  • January 29, 1996
    5

    Russia's failure to implement any of the nuclear security weapons inspection agreements announced by President Clinton and President Yeltsin at their summit meeting last May, is another indication that the political winds in Russia are changing. The Russians have suspended the talks which would work out he logistics of the agreement and no plans have been made to proceed with the negotiations.

  • January 17, 1996
    4

    For those engaged in the debate about whether the "new world order" constitutes a changed Russia or merely a hiatus in Russian-American confrontation, the appointment of Yvgeni Primakov as the new Foreign Minister for Russia should answer the question.

  • December 12, 1995
    3

    On December 1, JINSA sponsored a breakfast meeting with Yehuda Levy, publisher of the Jerusalem Post. This meeting was attended by 30 retired Generals and Admirals who participated in JINSA’s trip to Israel.

  • November 6, 1995
    2

    Since the tragic assassination JINSA has been overwhelmed with calls of sympathy and condolences. We have received calls from all sectors of the U.S. military, as well as embassies and from members of Congress. All expressed their admiration for Prime Minister Rabin and shared with us their great sense of loss not only for a leader of Israel but also a leader of the world.

  • October 28, 1995
    1

    On October 23, Maj. Gen. (res.) Avihu Ben Nun, former Commander of the Israel Air Force, delivered the second JINSA Gottesman Lecture at the US Air Force Academy. Sponsored by the Commandant of the Academy’s Distinguished Visitor Series, Maj. Gen. Ben Nun addressed the 2,000 cadets of the Junior and Senior classes on the subject of the Gulf War from Israel’s perspective.

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