Monthly Archives: December 2006
--Israel's policy of holding its fire under such a protracted and massive attack is problematic, not only because of considerations of honor or because of the real danger to the lives of the inhabitants of the western Negev. What is grave is that this is a precedent that grinds away the remnants of deterrence that the IDF still had in the eyes of the Arab world and that was critically damaged in the fiasco of the Lebanon War.-- Missile Falls On?Strategic Compound In Ashkelon--A Policy Of Humiliation?--Key Member Of Israeli Knesset Against Egyptian Foreign Minister--A Muslim Assistant Commander In The Israel Police
The Bulletin asked the senator about Syrian support of Hezbollah's aim to wipe out the state of Israel. Specter said that he raised concern about Syria's supply of arms to Hezbollah, but that President Assad had denied such support. He added that, when he returns to Washington, he would ask American intelligence sources to confirm if, indeed, Syria continues to supply Hezbollah with weapons.
--The presumed reason for the increase in the incidence of the disease is the feelings of tension and stress that the children experienced in the war, which caused an outbreak of the disease--Hymn Instead Of Siren To Announce Sabbath--Mossad: Syria Arming Hezbollah Rapidly