Daily Archives: May 7, 2009

Obama Follows JFK Example And Pressures Israel To Limit Nuclear Capability

For the first time since the Kennedy administration, a senior American official has commented explicitly and negatively about Israel’s nuclear capability. According to GlobalSecurity.org, Israel is suspected to have between 100 and 200 nuclear weapons...

No Substance To Rumors Of A Mount Zion Transfer

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

Israel To Inaugurate Farsi Language Intelligence Web Site

The Internet site of the Israel Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center at the Center for Special Studies, www.intelligence.org.il, will soon translate its writings into Farsi, also known as Persian, in an attempt to reach...

Obama To Peres: We Are Committed To Your Security

Israeli President Shimon Peres held a private meeting on Monday with President Barack Obama. On Tuesday, details of that meeting emerged. An expanded meeting consisting representatives of the U.S. and Israeli governments preceded the private meeting...

Study Warns Hezbollah Aims To Take Over Lebanese Government

Recent publicity that surrounded the Hezbollah terrorist group’s subversive operations in Egypt has diverted media attention from Hezbollah’s greater goal - to take over the Lebanese government. A study released yesterday by the Jerusalem Center...

Hamas Looks To Offset Dependency On Iran

The Middle East Newsline has revealed that the Hamas regime in Gaza has sought military assistance from other Islamic countries to offset dependency on Iran. According to Hamas sources, the Islamist leadership in Gaza City...

Report: Turkey To Break With NATO On Iran

A report issued by the Washington Institute says Turkey has moved steadily away from its NATO allies and toward Iran, Russia and Syria. The report, titled “The AKP’s Foreign Policy: The Misnomer of Neo-Ottomanism” and...

Rare 2,000-Year-Old Hebrew Papyrus Seized In Operation

The Pope’s arrival in Jerusalem causes both Christians and Jews to consider life in the city 2,000 years ago. By sheer coincidence, one week before the Papal visit, a document thought to be an ancient...