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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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Christians in Gaza forced to conversion

BY MICHAEL SELUTIN, ISRAEL TODAY— Christians in Gaza protested against the forced conversion of some of their brothers in faith. They claim that two members of their congregation were kidnapped and had to convert to Islam against their own will. However, the police in Gaza…


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War Crimes Which Go Unanswered

BY VICTOR SHARPE, RENEW AMERICA— The increasing number of missiles deliberately fired from Gaza at southern Israel’s farms, villages and towns is a clear indictment of the Hamas terror machine that rules and occupies the Gaza Strip. It represents a catalog of Arab and Muslim…


IDF: Response to Gaza rocket fire too restraint Leave a comment Read more »

IDF: Response to Gaza rocket fire too restraint

BY RON BEN-YISHAI, YNET— IDF officials expressed discontent over the last round of fighting in the Gaza Strip, saying that despite calls for a ceasefire by Hamas, the rocket barrages have yet to stop. On Friday, more rockets were fired into Israel, probably by other…


IAF strikes in Gaza after rocket attacks on Israel Leave a comment Read more »

IAF strikes in Gaza after rocket attacks on Israel

BY ELAD BENARI, ARUTZ 7— IAF aircraft struck a weapons-manufacturing site and a terror tunnel in northern Gaza on Sunday night, according to an IDF statement. The statement noted that direct hits at the targets were identified. All Israeli planes returned safely to their base.…


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The reign of the fantasists

BY CAROLINE GLICK, JPOST— Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak has done it again. Speaking Wednesday at the Institute for National Security Studies, Barak warned that if Israel can’t cut a deal with the Palestinians soon, it should consider surrendering Judea and Samaria in exchange for…


Land for lunch, anyone? Leave a comment Read more »

Land for lunch, anyone?

BY MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— Amounting crisis of gastronomic proportions was averted this past week when Israel and hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners agreed to a deal that was brokered by Egypt, ending the stand-off between the two sides. After more than a month of missed meals, skipped…


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