Benazir Bhutto

Start Worrying; Details To Follow

01/02/2008

We don’t wish to alarm you, but...

So said the IDF Home Front Command last week, when it announced its new campaign to prepare the Israel public for any eventuality.

As part of the campaign, a “guidebook” — available in six languages, including English — will be delivered to every household in Israel.

After Bhutto

01/04/2008

This much is known about the situation in Pakistan: The country with the second-largest Muslim population in the world (after Indonesia) is in chaos and it has the nuclear bomb. That should galvanize the West in addressing a crisis that may well surpass the one posed by Iran, at least for now.

Bhutto And The Jews: A Love Story

01/02/2008

Editor At Large
As Pakistan’s prime minister in the mid-1990s, Benazir Bhutto sponsored the fundamentalist Taliban insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan — thereby bringing to power the force that would shelter and defend Osama bin Laden. Bhutto also unstintingly backed Pakistan’s covert nuclear weapons program as a response to the program of arch-rival India, including her country’s decision, while she was opposition leader, to conduct Pakistan’s first nuclear bomb tests in 1998, bringing to fruition the world’s first "Islamic bomb."
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