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Fri Jul 2 2010 ( )
Published: TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010JERUSALEM - The U.S. intelligence community has determined that Iran could launch a major missile strike on Europe. Iran is building an arsenal designed to conduct long-range missile strikes on Western Europe. They said the arsenal contained both liquid- and solid-fuel intermediate-range ballistic missiles. “It would more likely be a salvo kind of attack, where you would be dealing potentially with scores or even hundreds of missiles,”...
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Fri Jul 2 2010 ( )
Published: TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010 JERUSALEM - The Middle East Newsline has revealed that the regime of President Hosni Mubarak has decided to confront the Coptic Church, the largest in Egypt. An Egyptian court, in a move supported by the Mubarak regime, has sought to force the church to enable congregants to divorce in violation of the Coptic faith. The court said the Coptic Church must ensure that congregants can divorce and remarry at will. “The recent ruling is not...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Tue Jun 29 2010 ( )
Published: TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2010 JERUSALEM - Despite reports of daily anti-Semitic rhetoric from the Turkish government, cancelled Turkish-Israeli sporting games, and the cancellation of thousands of summer vacations to Turkey by Israeli tourists, the Turkish attitude toward the Jewish State seems to soften when it comes to Turkey’s security needs. This week, a delegation of more than 20 officers and soldiers from the Turkish army landed in Israel for a two-week visit. During...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 20 2010 ( )
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010JERUSALEM - Israel Security Agency director Yuval Diskin said Hamas as well as the Islamic Jihad have deployed 5,000 missiles and rockets in Gaza. Mr. Diskin said the weapons have a range of up to 25 miles. “They continue to arm themselves both through production and smuggling,” Diskin said. In a briefing to the Israel Knesset Parliament Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on June 15, Mr. Diskin said that Hamas and other Palestinian forces...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 20 2010 ( )
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010JERUSALEM - Israel has appointed a commission to investigate the events of the May 31 Turkish flotilla: Maj. Gen. (res.) Amos Horev, a former officer of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) General Staff and a former president of the Technion; Professor Shabtai Rosen, an expert on international law; and the committee’s chairman, retired Judge Yaakov Turkel. The mandate of the commission will also address how rumors were promulgated to promote the false...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 20 2010 ( )
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010JERUSALEM - The Israel Defense Force (IDF) Intelligence Branch has decided to step up activity focusing on the IHH, the organization that led the recent flotilla of ships from Turkey on May 30. Israeli security officials believe that the main failure that led to the entanglement of the Naval Commando force in the operation to stop the flotilla was an intelligence failure. The information held by the army did not provide an accurate picture to the soldiers...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 20 2010 ( )
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010 JERUSALEM - The Middle East Newsline has confirmed that Russia expects to win a contract for the construction of nuclear reactors in Iran. The Kremlin is leading efforts to win a project to construct up to five nuclear energy reactors in Iran. These facilities would have the capacity to generate up to 1,000 megawatts of electricity each. “We are discussing these [new plants] with our Iranian partners,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said....
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 20 2010 ( )
Published: Friday, June 18, 2010JERUSALEM - The relationship between Israel and its long-standing friend in the region, which has deteriorated consistently over the past several months, has now reached a new low. The Turkish ambassador to Israel, who was recalled to Ankara after the May 31 flotilla takeover, in which Israeli troops killed nine Turkish terrorists, has not been returned to Israel. According to current reports, he is not expected to return to Israel any time soon. The Turks...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Sun Jun 13 2010 ( )
Published: SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2010JERUSALEM - The Middle East Newsline has confirmed that Syria has established an arsenal of extended-range Scud-class ballistic missiles along the border with Lebanon. Western intelligence sources said the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad has overseen the accumulation of a huge missile arsenal along the Syrian border with Lebanon. They said the arsenal included Scud C and Scud D missiles, with ranges of 550 and 700 kilometers, respectively. “The...
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By: David Bedein for The Middle East Reporter of UNRWA
Fri Jun 4 2010 ( )
PUBLISHED: FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 2010JERUSALEM - Israel Mossad Intelligence Director Meir Dagan has presented optimistic reports concerning Iran’s nuclear advances to Israel’s Knesset Parliament Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee. In his annual survey of Israel’s political and security situation, delivered before members of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, the Mossad director noted several setbacks plaguing the Iranian nuclear program. “The Iranians are...
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