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January 11, 1992
The Times criticizes Israel's policy of deportation because it is detrimental to the peace process of territories for peace with so-called guarantees. Israel deserves to be criticized for not pursuing a more vigorous defense of Jews in a Jewish state. The primary purpose of any government is to ensure the domestic tranquillity and to provide for the public welfare. The use of rubber bullets and a policy of restraint upon Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria serve to convince the Arabs that the Jewish state is a paper tiger.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 1992
The Times criticizes Israel's policy of deportation because it is detrimental to the peace process of territories for peace with so-called guarantees. Israel deserves to be criticized for not pursuing a more vigorous defense of Jews in a Jewish state. The primary purpose of any government is to ensure the domestic tranquillity and to provide for the public welfare. The use of rubber bullets and a policy of restraint upon Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria serve to convince the Arabs that the Jewish state is a paper tiger.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1989
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Thursday refused to force the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles to let a militant pro-Israeli group participate in two council-sponsored festivals. Kach International, a San Fernando Valley nonprofit group with ties to militant Israeli nationalist Rabbi Meir Kahane, sued the council on grounds that rejecting its application for festival booths violated Kach's right to freedom of speech and religion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1991
Cockburn would have us believe that Arab aggression toward a Jewish state is a result of a hard-line attitude by Israel and that only U.S. pressure on Israel will result in peace. Where was peace in 1948 through 1967 when the Arabs launched three major wars of aggression and countless acts of terrorism against Israel's borders? The Arabs had control and sovereignty of what the so-called Palestinians demand today. Is it possible that the Arabs went to war when they controlled the eastern half of the Jewish homeland because they wanted to gain the western half also?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1991
Cockburn would have us believe that Arab aggression toward a Jewish state is a result of a hard-line attitude by Israel and that only U.S. pressure on Israel will result in peace. Where was peace in 1948 through 1967 when the Arabs launched three major wars of aggression and countless acts of terrorism against Israel's borders? The Arabs had control and sovereignty of what the so-called Palestinians demand today. Is it possible that the Arabs went to war when they controlled the eastern half of the Jewish homeland because they wanted to gain the western half also?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1989
Followers of the ultra right-wing Israeli Rabbi Meir Kahane are suing the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, contending they were wrongfully excluded from two upcoming Jewish festivals. Kach International, which says its members look to Kahane as a spiritual leader, contends that it was improperly denied permission to set up booths at Jewish festivals scheduled at Pierce Community College in Woodland Hills on April 9 and Rancho Park in West Los Angeles on June 4.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1991
The Los Angeles Times seems only too anxious to print commentaries by Yossi Sarid (Sept. 17) and Ranan Lurie (Sept. 17), who represent a left-wing fringe group in Israeli political circles, and others here who advocate a policy of appeasement and surrender to the demands of Arab nationalism and Palestinian self-determination. In the opinion of Kach International, the policy voiced by these writers will lead the state of Israel in the same direction that Quislings, Vichyites and other fifth columnists pushed their respective countries into prior to World War II. The Arabs will take what they can get now as a means of acquiring the rest of Israel later.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1991
Daoud Kuttab has attempted to create an Arab underdog by using the following misleading examples: Arab East Jerusalem, respect for international law, Israeli aggression cannot be rewarded and the generous Arab offer to end the boycott. The Arab world continually flouted U.N. resolutions in 1947 by attempting to abort the Jewish state at birth. Thereafter the boycott was but a form of economic genocide which cost the Israeli economy $40 billion. A war of extermination has been, is being and will be waged against the Jewish state in order to create a Palestinian state free of Jews in the Jewish homeland.
NEWS
June 6, 1991
After a ruling from the Los Angeles city attorney's office, Kach International, an organization established by slain Rabbi Meir Kahane, was allowed to take part in Sunday's Los Angeles Jewish Festival--despite opposition from the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles. Federation officials had barred Kahane's group for years, arguing that its call for the mass expulsion of Arabs from Israel was morally repugnant.
NEWS
November 15, 1990
The synagogue at which Rabbi Meir Kahane had been scheduled to speak on Tuesday night was the scene instead of a memorial service for the Jewish Defense League founder who was assassinated in New York last week. More than 1,000 mourners jammed into the sanctuary of Congregation B'nai David-Judea on Pico Boulevard, where they cheered and applauded as speakers compared Kahane to Jewish leaders from Moses to Theodor Herzl, founder of the Zionist movement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1989
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Thursday refused to force the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles to let a militant pro-Israeli group participate in two council-sponsored festivals. Kach International, a San Fernando Valley nonprofit group with ties to militant Israeli nationalist Rabbi Meir Kahane, sued the council on grounds that rejecting its application for festival booths violated Kach's right to freedom of speech and religion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1990 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hours after the death of Rabbi Meir Kahane, teary-eyed followers of the one-time Brooklyn sportswriter gathered in anger inside a North Hollywood synagogue Tuesday and vowed to try harder to realize his dream of an Arab-free Israel.
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November 7, 1990 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hours after the death of Rabbi Meir Kahane, teary-eyed followers of the one-time Brooklyn sportswriter gathered in anger inside a North Hollywood synagogue Tuesday and vowed to try harder to realize his dream of an Arab-free Israel.
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