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Israel’s Fifth Column: The People in Between

In October 2007, Defense Secretary Robert Gates coined a generic term to describe the most challenging combatants when waging unconventional warfare. He called them simply “the people in between.” Those people, a dominant force in mainstream American media, comprise a fifth column in support of those skilled at waging war by way of deception. The term ‘fifth column’ originated in…

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American Intifada: Shaking Off Six Decades of Deceit

During the 1960 Christmas season, Americans flocked to the theaters to see Exodus, a 3-1/2 hour epic featuring romance, handsome freedom fighters and the triumph of Jewish destiny over Arab evil—all set against a Yuletide backdrop of Biblical prophecy as heroic Jews returned to their promised land. Many moviegoers failed to realize that Exodus was not fact but fiction adapted…

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Dialogue and the Exploitation of Thought

To combat political exploitation requires that those exploited gain the tools to see for themselves how this abuse of the public trust proceeds in full view. Until the methods of exploitation are made transparent and the common source apparent, peace, security and stability will remain beyond reach. Interfaith dialogue can help solve this problem provided dialogue clarifies how thought is…

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