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Hezbollah

  • News

    April 17, 2014
  • Blogs

    October 22, 2013

    Wellington Whistleblower Busts HSBC for Serving Terrorists, Promotes "Bank War Day"

    Mouse-mild, youthful, and nerdy but with an unnerving intensity to his gaze, Everett Stern sits in the booth of a local chain restaurant and announces, "I'm sure I'll get capped eventually." It seems melodramatic -- especially in the Florida suburban setting -- but the record is there: The former ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 6, 2013

    Assad Is "Least Worst" Option, Says Syrian Activist in Florida

    Born in Damascus, Dr. Hadi Yaziji has been a Miami resident and a U.S. citizen for some years now. He is a pathologist by training and, as conflict has consumed the land of his birth, he has turned his analytical skills from medical problems to the disease of war. Dr. Yaziji's conclusions, based o ... More >>

  • News

    December 6, 2012
  • Blogs

    January 3, 2011

    Westworld, Part I: A New Year's Appraisal of God, Good, and Evil in Allen West's America

    ​Congressman-elect Allen West was interviewed on Fox News Sunday this weekend. He was surprisingly mellow. The barn-burning campaigner who called for an armed march on Lexington and Concord was nowhere in evidence. Despite interviewer Chris Wallace's best efforts at incitement, West remained poise ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 29, 2010

    Elect Allen West and Save Local Journalism

    Photos from West's Facebook pageAllen West, with Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti, sure would bring the headlines.​There are those who would say Allen West is just another Christine O'Donnell-style nutbag whose far-right rhetoric will simply help to divide America. That's true, yes, but what those detr ... More >>

  • News

    July 2, 2009
  • Blogs

    June 30, 2009

    A New Black Market in South Florida Is About To Explode

    Jeopardy time. This black market product costs governments worldwide $50 billion every year, fuels Hezbollah, the PKK and other terrorist cells and runs on global crime syndicates and hundreds of underground factories in China and Eastern Europe.via Wikimedia CommonsHeroin, you say? Cocaine? Automa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 19, 2009

    For Congress, Mum's the Word on Netanyahu Visit; But Jewish Scholar Has Opinion

    Flickr User: talkradionewsBroward and Palm Beach's Jewish congressional members were all eagerly anticipating this week's visit to Washington D.C. of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and yet none appear eager to speak about it. Debbie Wasserman Schultz's office made no statement following ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 9, 2009

    Local Jewish Academic: Shortage of Muslim Moderates Fuels Mideast Conflict

    Eli Kavon is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University who lectures on Jewish history and is a frequent contributor to The Jerusalem Post. I spoke with Kavon recently to get his perspective on the conflict that's erupted between Israel and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and which shows n ... More >>

  • News

    October 9, 2008
  • Film

    June 5, 2008

    Hairpiece in the Middle East

    Adam Sandler returns as a Mossad baddie turned stylist, and the bubbies will love him

  • Film

    July 26, 2007

    Light Dining

    No Reservations is sweet and savory fare. Without the foam.

  • News

    October 5, 2006

    After Baghdad

    Farris Hassan, not done with his 15 minutes of fame, is up to his old tricks again.

  • Music

    September 14, 2006

    Jake Speaks

    A band's namesake tells all, sort of.

  • Blogs

    August 20, 2006

    Democracy: The Reality Show

    Wexler And His Refreshing Staff Get ready, because South Florida's No. 1 media whore has finally done the inevitable. Robert Wexler is hitting the reality circuit this week. The Democratic Congressman from Boca Raton, who last month moronically told the world he enjoyed cocaine on The Colbert Re ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 15, 2006

    Morning Rundown

    "John Doe" Leader Smith It may have taken the recent spate of senseless killings to awaken the ancient art of deadline murder reporting in South Florida. The Miami Herald's David Ovalle, Nicholas Spangler and Evan S. Benn give a veritable tutorial on the craft in this morning's newspaper. They te ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 11, 2006

    The Pulp's Power Outage

    Okay, I just finished an usually well-rounded morning entry -- and, as God as my witness, the electricity went out just before I hit the "publish" button. Seriously, right when I was leading the mouse to the button, all the work got killed. I know. You're saying, save it. Well it's not that easy o ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 10, 2006

    Our Pro-War Press

    The Sentinel Endorses ... As the idiotic destruction continues in Beirut, with innocent people being blown up and an entire nation being bombed into oblivion, our local newspapers are basically egging it on. The dunderheads can't seem to learn. They got it wrong on Iraq and they're getting it even ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 24, 2006

    Nobody's Cornered the Market on Slaughter

    So I got an e-mail from a friend a few days ago. The friend links the Pulp on his site and seems one of his visitors had a big problem with a recent post about the situation in Lebanon. The friend, who is Jewish, sent along the e-mail he received, which read: "Sir, I am deeply disappointed that yo ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 18, 2006

    Kane And Able, Part III

    Okay, so I told you I was going to be on Steve Kane Show this morning and you still managed to miss it. I forgive you. Instead of giving a play-by-play, the transcript is as follows. Do with it what you will. I have nothing to hide. On the show, there was Steve Kane, and Frank Turek, and myself. The ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2006

    About This New War

    The most thankless tasks for any reporter, next to covering weekend festivals featuring various vegetables, is localizing. You take a national or international story and go out to find a local angle or, worse, just run to the mall and get people to talk about it. The worth of those stories is so oft ... More >>

  • News

    January 26, 2006
  • News

    January 12, 2006

    Baghdad Boy

    What was really behind Farris Hassan's trip to Iraq? Ask his father, who has a fascinating and checkered past.

  • News

    November 20, 2003

    Loving the War

    Our caveman columnist gets an earful from a couple of congressmen

  • News

    January 30, 2003

    Bobbing for War

    Florida's senator should get out before he gets in

  • News

    November 7, 2002
  • News

    August 29, 2002

    Letters for August 29, 2002

    A whole lot of questionin’ goin’ on

  • News

    August 22, 2002

    Letters for August 22, 2002

    Well-traveled and fundamental truth

  • News

    June 13, 2002

    Circular Logic

    The people watching the airlines should have and could have taken action... but didn't

  • News

    December 13, 2001

    Admitting Terror: Part 5

    When terrorists knock, the INS is more than likely to fall down on the job

  • News

    October 11, 2001

    Fair Game

    A terrorism survivor and expert digs into the bin Laden dilemma

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