Category Archives: Lebanon

Friday brief briefs

New IDF terror report: The IDF is now devoting a subsite to news of Hezbollah terrorism. So, remember UN Security Council Resolution 1701? The one that put UN peacekeeping forces in Lebanon so that another war with Israel wouldn’t occur? … Continue reading

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Tuesday briefs

It’s not just Jews: Terrorists in Egypt are targeting Arab-Israelis who visit the Sinai. You know, for a religion of peace, Islam sure does seem to have a lot of violent adherents. It’s not just Israelis: Red-on-red in Lebanon today, … Continue reading

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Sunday briefs

Now we know why Abbas is so optimistic: Kerry’s plan for talks between the Palestinians and Israel include concessions by Israel, more concessions by Israel, and even more concessions by Israel–and nothing from the Palestinians except to sit down and … Continue reading

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Monday briefs

Trust us, we’re here to help you: Once again, international peacekeepers have fled from the violence on the borders of Israel, this time in the Golan. Every single peace plan that mentions Jerusalem as an international city insists that Israel … Continue reading

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The schadenfreude briefs

Or, when bad things happen to bad people. We’re just not that into you: Iran is cutting funding to Hamas because Hamas is supporting the rebels and Iran is supporting the Dorktator. Woot! Win-win! The Turkish Spring: Over 100,000 Turks … Continue reading

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Thursday briefs

The culture of terrorism: Mahmoud Abbas said that kidnapping isn’t part of Palestinian culture. Yes it is, said Hamas. Pass the popcorn: It’s terrorist on terrorist. Hezbullah has ordered Hamas out of Lebanon. Why? Because Hamas is backing the rebels … Continue reading

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Tuesday briefs

Prayers for Oklahoma: My heart goes out to the families of the victims of the Oklahoma tornado. Iran ups the ante on the Golan: Why, yes, I said “Iran” and not “Syria”. Because Bashar al-Assad is now completely dependent on … Continue reading

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Sunday news roundup

The word of the day is “irrelevant”: Pay no attention to the Obama administration follies. Your questions about where Obama was on the night of the embassy siege is irrelevant. Your questions about whether or not it was illegal for … Continue reading

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Friday briefs

Because we’re Jews: When have you ever read of any other country raising money for its enemies? This is Judaism. Jerusalem native Moti Kahana heads a group of Israeli businessmen and American Jews who travel to the Syrian refugee camps … Continue reading

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An utterly despicable analysis of Hezbollah’s choices

My jaw dropped when I read the following conclusion to an analysis by a Telegraph journalist. Fortunately for Mr Nasrallah, he has another option. Every so often, an incident lifts the veil on Hizbollah’s covert campaign against Israeli interests worldwide. … Continue reading

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But let’s concentrate on Israel’s attack on Syria

Sunni Muslims are fleeing Alawite death squads in Syria, which are targeting entire cities. Sunni Muslims sought safety after a second village in two days was destroyed by death squads apparently bent on ethnic cleansing. Relatives of the dead in … Continue reading

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Attack on Syria

Israel bombed Syria twice in the last few days. The last time took out a huge weapons depot, reportedly long-range missiles that were going to be transferred to Hezbollah. There are many videos on YouTube of the secondary explosions.J.E. Dyer … Continue reading

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Thursday briefs

What media bias? Say, did you know that the Palestinian terrorist who murdered a father of five in the West Bank wasn’t imprisoned just for stone-throwing? That he actually was a terrorist trying to kill Israeli soldiers? If you read … Continue reading

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Tuesday morning briefs

Rocket attacker, attacked by rocket: The IDF took out the rocketeer behind the last few attacks on Israel. Best news? He was a rocket builder as well as a rocketeer. Hamas’ Health Ministry identified the terrorist as Haytham Almishal, 24, … Continue reading

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Monday briefs

Israel’s Memorial Day: The AP, for a change, has no spin at all in this description of Israel today. It’s a miracle! Israel at 65: The AP is back to its old anti-Israel self with this article. Read it all … Continue reading

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