Monthly Archives: January 2007
--Diplomat Yossi Amrani, the former Israeli consul in San Francisco, has been given the task of formulating, within several weeks, an official working paper of the Israeli government which will give a detailed outline of Israel's immediate surrender of land to the PLO. Among other things, Amrani will deal with the question of how Israel should sell the plan to AIPAC and to the U.S. administration--Mashaal-Abu Mazen Meeting Ends In Failure--Citizens Concerned Hamas Is Digging Under Kibbutz
--"The alliance between Syria and Iran dates back more than two decades, and was explicitly reaffirmed by the two ruling regimes as recently as January 2005," Ammar Abdul Hamid, director of the Tharwa Foundation and a leading Syrian dissident, said. "Indeed, the two are now joined at the hip."--Russia Announces Delivery To Iran--U.S. Deems Iran Major Funder Of Hamas, PFLP--Iran, Qatar Agree On Joint Management
"Over the course of the war soldiers were held back for weeks when they were ready to charge. When they were finally dispatched, they were given unachievable missions in impossible time constraints. Soldiers were sent on daytime missions that should have been carried out only under the cover of darkness. Some died as a result."