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Mr. Christopher and his Divine Ladies Tax Credit for First Time How Buyer and Reverse Mortgages

Mr. Christopher and His Divine Ladies. Mr. Christopher discussed the correlation between title and mortgage industry. Susan Field's discussed ...

Why do the Arabs hate the Palestinians so?

In Israel, and in much of the Western world, we tend to think that the Arab world is united in support of the Palestinians, that it  wants nothing so much as to solve the Palestinian problem by giving them a state, and that all the Arabs and Muslims love the Palestinians and hate Israel.  This, however, is a simplistic and partial point of view, because while It is true that many, perhaps even the majority of Arabs and Muslims hate Israel, there are a good many who hate the Palestinians just as much.

Their hatred of Israel stems from Israel's success in surviving despite wars, terror, boycotts and the enmity aimed at the Jewish state; it stems from  the fact that there is an existing Jewish state even though Judaism has been superseded by Islam, the 'true religion.' It is exacerbated by Israel's being a democracy while they live under  dictatorships, because Israel is rich and they are poor, because Israel is Paradise compared to Arab countries, many of which resemble nothing so much as the last train stop before Hell (see Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Sudan – and the list goes on) …and most importantly, because Israel has succeeded in areas in which they have failed, and their jealousy drives them up a wall.

The Times Answers Your Questions About the Market Turmoil

Not even the billionaire investor Warren Buffett could tell us with any sort of precision whether this was the right time to buy. But market dips can be a good time to start investing, as long as you are allocating your money in a prudent way that will help you achieve your long-term goals.

To start, it helps to define those goals.

Are you investing money that you want to grow to pay for your child’s college — five years from now? Eighteen years from now? Or for your retirement?

The time frame makes a difference because many financial planners don’t recommend investing money in stocks if you will need that money imminently, or generally within five years.

Family of four (two teenagers) with 7 days to vacation in New York...What would you do?

Okay....some background here. We will be going to The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, The Cloisters, MoMA, St. Patricks Cathedral, The Cathedral of St.

Leno and Letterman are both taped in NYC. Get there early because very long lines will form. You're not missing much with Tavern on the Green, I've always been disappointed in their food, no matter how many stars they claim.