Myths of the Middle East
Oct. 11, 2000: WND Editor Joseph Farah wrote a column entitled “Myths of the Middle East,” which had an immeasurable impact worldwide for its clear, concise explanation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Within a few days, the publisher of the Jerusalem Post was frantically calling Farah to ask if he would agree to write a weekly column in the paper. The column was viewed by millions. Israelis wrote in by the hundreds thanking Farah for his candor. He was invited to speak in synagogues throughout the U.S., Canada and all over the world.
“Without question it is the most well-read column I ever write in 20 years of daily columns in WND,” said Farah. “I heard from acquaintances and friends I hadn’t heard from in 20 years – even childhood friends – who wanted to know if that was really me.”
Here’s another chance to read a historic column in WND’s history.
Meanwhile, Jews have a 5,000-year-old birthright backed by overwhelming historical and archaeological evidence.