Daily Archives: May 6, 2009

No Substance To Rumors Of A Mount Zion Transfer

As the Papal visit in Jerusalem approaches, rumors have run rampant in there that the Israeli government, including Israeli President Shimon Peres, plans to use the timing of the visit to endorse a diplomatic...

Iranian President’s Visit To Latin America Postponed Indefinitely

The Israeli government has expressed its satisfaction with the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s postponement of a visit to Latin America until further notice. Israel operated through diplomatic channels in order to express its disappointment with...

Israeli Official: Gaza Report ‘Biased, Unfair’

An official U.N. report that studied the Israeli shootings at U.N. institutions during Israel’s December/January incursion into Gaza accuses Israel of grave offenses, including disproportionate shooting and deliberately hitting U.N. civilians and institutions. The special...

Ministry Responds To Spanish Prosecutors’ Intent To Sue Israeli Army Officers

The Israeli government has issued a stinging rebuke of an announcement by Spanish prosecutors that they intend to sue senior Israeli military officers in connection with the 2002 assassination of terrorist leader Salah Shehade. Mr....

Iraq Affirms June 30 Redeployment Of American Troops

The Middle East Newsline has confirmed the Iraqi government has reaffirmed the June 30 deadline that calls for American troops to withdraw from Iraqi cities - less than two months from now. The government of...