Monthly Archives: December 2004

The Israeli Crime That Wasn’t

By Alyssa A. Lappen | December 28, 2004 More than four years have passed since the picture of Mohammed Al Durrah was aired across the world, but the public still imagines the boy’s Sept. 30 2000 presence at Netzarim … Continue reading

Stanford’s Islamist Threat

By Alyssa A. Lappen | December 21, 2004 He denounces American “imperialism” on Al-Jazeera Television. A former Zionist, he refers to jihadist suicide bombers as “martyrs.” He praised Mideast scholars for ignoring the issue of terrorism, and he regularly … Continue reading

Method and apparatus for tax-efficient investment using both long and short

By Ronald A. Karp and Jeffrey M. Karp U.S. Patent 6832209 | Issued Dec. 14, 2004 Other References * Dictionary of Business Terms, Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., 2000, Third Edition, pp. 338, 496 and 497. * Dictionary of Fianance and … Continue reading

Omid Safi’s Closed Classroom

December 3, 2004 | Daniel Pipes’ Weblog One of the founders of the Progressive Muslim Union (an organization whose fake-moderation I recently exposed) is an academic named Omid Safi. He makes a great noise about being “progressive” and has even … Continue reading