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Israel halts war games to deploy troops, resources in escalating Gaza sector 1 Comment Read more »

Israel halts war games to deploy troops, resources in escalating Gaza sector

By DEBKAFILE— Defense minister Ehud Barak and Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz decided Wednesday, Oct. 24, that the heavy Palestinian missile assault from the Gaza Strip, which escalated to 60 rockets on Israeli civilian locations, in a few hours, must be stopped. The…

IDF Retaliates, Barak Vows to 'Return Quiet to South' Leave a comment Read more »

IDF Retaliates, Barak Vows to ‘Return Quiet to South’

By CHANA YA’AR, ARUTZ 7— The IDF retaliated — again — against Gaza terrorist rocket and mortar attacks Wednesday morning with tank fire and air strikes, as Defense Minister Ehud Barak vowed to “return the quiet to the south.” Two explosions struck Gaza City, according…

Hamas airs film detailing Shalit's kidnapping Leave a comment Read more »

Hamas airs film detailing Shalit’s kidnapping

By ANNIE LUBIN, ARUTZ 7— The people of Gaza rejoiced Thursday, as they commemorated the one year anniversary of what they perceive as a victory — Israel’s freeing of 1,027 prisoners in exchange for the release of captured IDF soldier Gilad Shalit, held captive by…

How Hamas Terrorizes Gaza's Citizens Leave a comment Read more »

How Hamas Terrorizes Gaza’s Citizens

By JOSEPH PUDER, FRONTPAGMAG— The U.S., along with the European Union and Israel, considers the Palestinian Hamas regime ensconced in Gaza a terrorist organization primarily because of its use of suicide bombers and its covenant which vows to replace Israel with a Palestinian Islamist state…

How many millionaires live in the "impoverished" Gaza strip? 1 Comment Read more »

How many millionaires live in the “impoverished” Gaza strip?

By KHALED ABU TOAMEH, GATESTONE— If the Egyptian army succeeds in demolishing the underground smuggling tunnels that keep Hamas running, it could mark the end of the Islamists’ rule over the Gaza Strip. But if Egypt’s new president, Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood tie…

What happened in Egypt? 1 Comment Read more »

What happened in Egypt?

By BARRY RUBIN, GLORIA— A short history of democracy in Egypt. In February 2011 the Mubarak regime fell. There was going to be a parliament elected in Egypt. The parliament was elected. Its election was invalidated. Today there is no parliament in Egypt. The Muslim…

Gush Katif revisited Leave a comment Read more »

Gush Katif revisited

By RON JAGER— When Gush Katif was destroyed, four communities from the Northern Shomron were also systematically destroyed and cleansed of any Jewish presence. These four communities, along with the rest of the Gush Katif communities, were simply wiped off the map. For us in…

Anarchy surrounds Israel Leave a comment Read more »

Anarchy surrounds Israel

BY DANIEL PIPES, NRO— Of Israel’s neighbors, Lebanon always stood out by virtue of its weak central government, but for the first twenty years, 1948-68, this did not present difficulties to Israel; only when the Palestinians created a state-within-a-state there did its anarchy became a…

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