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14, 2003 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News 13 Foreign Minstry warns Israeli war talk fuels US anti-Semitism By Dan Izenberg (c) 2003 The Jerusalem Post Foreign Ministry has from the US that of war predictions from Israeli leaders is sharply criticized by the US accuse them of try- administration into ministry is also receiving anti-Semitism claiming that the House is being controlled according to the report. latest Israeli war predic- Were Sunday, of IDF Intelligence .'Gen. Aharon Ze'evi told the cabinet he the US-led war on Iraq begin next week. Defense Shaul Mofaz added that the war "is close at hand and will likely begin soon." Israeh officials have continu- ously ignored warnings from US and Israeli leaders, including Prirne Minister Ariel Sharon, to be cautious and stop predicting when the war will begin. In another development, Finance Minister Binyamin Netanyahu discussed the country's special aid request with US National Security Adviser Con- doleezza Rice. Rice told him the administration is still hesitating about granting the request, and they discussed the problematic issues. Netanyahu told Rice Israel badly needs the money and that, unlike other countries, it strongly supports the US position on lraq. Ze'evi, meanwhile, told the cabinet he based his prediction on US President George W. Bush's ultimatum to Iraqi President Sad- dam Hussein to disarm by March 17. Mofaz told the ministers the US and Britain are in the final stages of massing their forces and concluding the logistical and operational preparations for the battle. The IDF, he said, is "con- tinuing with its preparations according to plan and in accor- dance with daily assessments of the situation." As for the civilian population, Mofaz said it should prepare itself in accordance with Home Front Command instructions contained in a booklet that has been distrib- uted to every household. Further instructions will be issued as nec- essary, he said. Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom told the cabinet the UN may convene on March 18 for a final vote on the joint US, British, and Spanish resolution calling for the use of force against Saddam if he does not disarm immediately. In such a case, it is likely that Bush and French President Jacques Chirac will clash at the Security Council meeting, and that either Chirac will veto the US resolution or try to pass a resolu- tion calling for a three-month delay, which the US will veto. Meanwhile, a US official said Sunday night that Russian Presi- dent Vladimir Putin has promised the US not to veto its resolution. Sharon praised the US position on Iraq. "When we see the US's determination," he told the cabi- net, "it is difficult to ignore the feeling that had the world been led differently m the 1930s, history would be very different." In a related development, the cabinet met a request put by the US and declared the Indonesian- based Jemaah Islamiah a terrorist 2 marks 30th anniversary of murder of U.S. Ambassador to Khartoum By Howard Kohr ddPAC Executive Director 2 marked the 30th of the cold-blooded by PLO Chairman Yasir group Black September . Ambassador to Khartoum Noel Jr. and his deputy Curtis Moore, along with diplomat. Arafat had ordered the assassina- he signed the Oslo in 1993, Americans Ararat had shed past for good. Tragi- still promoting terrorist killed hundreds of civilians, including sui- by his own Fatah Martyrs Brigades. March 1, 1973, terrorists burst Saudi Embassy in Khar- Noel and Moore men attending the The terrorists demand- , the assassin of Robert eeks private room or apartment near Non-smoker, quiet, solitary, no pets. to provide security, landscape housekeeping, for owner if needed. Call 757-539- or 503-329-8584 (cell). Kennedy, as well as terrorists held in Israeli and European prisons. President Nixon refused to negoti- ate. According to the Arlington National Cemetery website, Arafat was taped ordering the ter- rorists to murder the three men. They obeyed, machine-gunning the hapless diplomats. Arafat then called back to verify that his orders had been camed out. The early 1970s were the hey- day of Black September, an affili- ate of Arafat's Fatah group spe- cializing in international terror- ism. Its short, violent history included aircraft hijackings, kid- nappings, letter-bombings and massacres. In a 1974 book Christopher Dobson wrote prophetically that "Black Septem- ber may die, but new secret soci- eties will spring up to take their place in the cruel tradition of the Assassins, for the fatal flaw still exists and will not be eradicated until many years have passed." Thirty yews later, Dobson's prediction is the stuff of everyday reality. Black September's succes- sors are named Hamas, Islamic Jihad and Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, among others, and they still engage in terror. Documents captured by Israel last year prove Arafat's personal complicity in these vile acts. Arafat's responsibility for the assassinations of Noel and Moore, as well as for the more recent Palestinian terrorist attacks, prob- ably played a significant role in President Bush's wise decision last year to insist on Arafat's replacement as a precondition for U.S. recognition of a Palestinian state. As we commemorate the deaths of Noel and Moore, we ought to remember that their mur- derer is still giving orders that kill, maim and injure innocent men, women and children. The doctor says your mom shouldn't be left alone. What should you do? Eldercare management requires skilled professionals. Let us help you find solutions to your problems. Call us before the next crisis! 489-3111  Care Management Services L Maj-Gen Aharon Ze'evi organization. It stated that Jemaah Islamiah advocates the imposition of Sharia law in Indonesia and the creation of a united Islamic regime in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. In the latter half of the 1990s, the organization strengthened its military wing and its presence in Indonesia and began to strengthen its links with al-Qaida, which used it as its main agent for perpetrat- ing terrorist attacks in Southeast Asia, the cabinet charged. You are invited to a t NAOT Tnmk Saand  22, 2003 100 am. m 5.410 pan. IIm GII NtKIF Sde, ilO llll dle lllt a