Monthly Archives: February 2008

Witness to Sderot:Gazans launch 44 missiles at Israel: Student Killed, Direct Hit on Dining...

Israel's Sapir College, affiliated with Ben Gurion University, bustling with more than 8,000 students, located at the edge of the southern Israeli city of Sdeort, had take steps of late to dissociate its image...

Incisive Commentary

Posting: February 27, 2008 "More?!" Over 40 Kassams were launched from Gaza today. Hamas has claimed credit for this barrage. One rocket hit in Sderot near Sapir College, killing student Ronnie Yechiya, who was the father of...

Boy Injured By Rocket Attack In Sderot

Panic again struck the southern Israeli town of Sderot yesterday, as 10 sirens during the day sent thousands of people running for shelters.

Iran Campaigns Against U.N. Nuclear Sanctions

For the first time since the crisis surrounding the Iranian nuclear program began, Tehran has launched a concerted campaign in the U.N. Security Council against a third round of sanctions that are supposed to be brought up for debate by the Security Council in the next number of days.

Olmert To Discuss Iranian Nuke Program In Japan

On Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will leave for a week's visit to Japan.

Protecting Our Children: A Plan of Action to Deal with Mass Arrests of Supporters...

The Threat: Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, saved by the United States from his domestic rivals in wake of the Winograd Report, is under tremendous pressure to dismantle Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Olmert has...

Education for war: Delegitimization, Demonization, and Violence

Reviewed by Arlene Kushner, Senior Policy Research Analyst, Center for Near East Policy Research Ltd. The American Jewish Committee, in cooperation with The Institute for Monitoring the Impact of Peace and Tolerance in School Education...

Two Weeks of Incisive Commentary

February 21, 2008: Standing Strong Before returning to current news items, I would like to refer back to one of the themes of yesterday's posting, regarding the inability of some Israelis (some Jews) to defend...

Hamas 2008-05-Improve Its Military Capabilities

Hamas' thriving military industry in the Gaza Strip has skipped several grades ahead. Israel now fears that Hamas will try to develop unmanned aerial vehicles on its own.

Has Hezbollah Been Penetrated?

Following the announcement on Sunday by U.S. National Intelligence Director Michael McConnell that Hezbollah leader Imad Mughniyeh was killed by Syria or his Hezbollah colleagues, a plethora of Arab analysts said the assassination represented a huge security lapse by both Hezbollah and Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard