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Daily Archives: November 6, 2009

Israel Wages Battle Against ‘NY Times’

Jerusalem - For the past 10 days, the State of Israel has been waging a battle against the New York Times, for what it calls tendentious and unfair coverage of the Jewish state. At the...

Israelis Dispute Claims Over Conference – Yet Allegations of Egypt Excluding Israel From Cancer...

Jerusalem - The Bulletin of Oct. 25 publicized the revelation that Israeli experts in breast cancer have been barred from attending a conference concerning cures for breasts cancer in Cairo. However, the spokesperson for...

Israel-U.S. Missile Exercise Confirmed

Jerusalem - The Middle East Newsline has confirmed Israel and the United States have been conducting a multi-phased missile defense exercise meant to defend against an Iranian attack. The two countries have been engaged in...

Tunnel Smuggling Into Gaza Increases

Jerusalem - The Middle East Newsline confirms that the Hamas regime has approved a huge increase in the number of smuggling tunnels from the Gaza Strip to neighboring Egypt. Palestinian sources said tunnels that span...

Syria Denies Transporting Weapons, Blames Seized Boat On Piracy

Jerusalem - Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem disputed Israel's claim that a ship sailing from Syria to Iran was carrying weapons in a press conference held on Thursday in Tehran. Mr. Muallem, instead, said the...

Israel Cuts Off Arms Shipment To Hezbollah

Jerusalem - Israeli naval forces, led by Israel's elite Naval Commando Unit, stormed the Francop cargo ship before dawn on Wednesday and, after searching its containers, found large quantities of weapons and ammunition on...

Soft Military Coup Could Surface In Egypt

A report to the United States Congress warns that Egypt’s military could stage a coup to prevent the transition of power by President Hosni Mubarak to his 46-year-old son, Gamal. The Congressional Research Service has...