Filed under Israel: Defense and security

Map of the day

A good map often tells the story in a better way than 1000 words. What area is it President Obama wants the Jews to give up for peace? First published August 30th, 2010.

Netanyahu smokes out the fox, but might open the final trap

June 2009; The Israeli Prime Minister proposes «demilitarized Palestine». His statement could trigger a new violent intifada, than the final deception of a lasting peace. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called on Palestinian leaders to restart Middle East peace negotiations without preconditions. For the first time the Israeli PM in principle accepted the word … Continue reading

Ramallah rule based on American military ordinance

PLO-leder Abu Mazen rule in Ramallah based on US Military ordinance. The last “election” was held in january 2006. It is amazing how an Islamic terror regime can rule on the Mountains of Zion, beyond the borders of International law, human rights and basic rules of democracy. The PLO-rule in Ramallah was supposed to expire … Continue reading

Iron dome installed in Israel to defend against Syria

The Iron Dome anti-missile defense system has been installed in northern Israel, according to the IDF, due to the escalating civil war in Syria. The move comes in response to increasing concerns that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may lose control over the chemical weapons arsenal in the country. Should that occur, the lethal arsenal held … Continue reading

There are no “1967 borders” around Israel

Neither Israel nor the Arabs have accepted the cease fire lines from 1949. There is a complete falsehood presented in the United Nation. It is called “the 1967 borders” of Israel, borders that the state of Israel is accused of not “respecting”. Before 1967, the “borders” around Israel was only a cease fire agreement between … Continue reading

Israel attacked by unmanned aircraft

The Israeli air force has shot down a small unmanned aircraft after it entered the south of the country, the military has said. Troops are searching for remains of the aircraft in the north of the Negev desert. It is not clear where it came from. Local media quoted officials as saying the aircraft flew … Continue reading

New Ad: Support Israel, Defeat Jihad!

A provocative ad that equates some Muslim radicals with savages is set to go up next week in the New York City subway system, just as violent protests in the Middle East are subsiding over an anti-Islamic film ridiculing the prophet Muhammad. A conservative blogger who once headed a campaign against an Islamic center near … Continue reading

Israel: No apology to Turkey for defending borders

Senior official says Israel won’t adhere to Turkish ultimatum despite implications‬‬. Israel has no intention of apologizing to Turkey over the 2010 flotilla raid despite Ankara’s latest ultimatum, a senior official told Ynet Thursday. While Israel is aware of the implications of its decision to refrain from issuing an apology, “we cannot conduct ourselves based … Continue reading

«Today Givat Asaf: Next Ben-Gurion Airport»

«This is about Israel, and if you take us out of here, it’s Israel that will be in danger». This is a statement of the Jewish settler in Samaria, Benny Gal. Gal is the secretary of the unauthorized Givat Asaf outpost in Samaria, which has to be removed because of International pressure. «The issue isn’t … Continue reading

Simulation: Israeli strike on Iran would work

An Israeli newspaper recently hosted a war simulation that showed an Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities causing severe damage. The report also displayed that the Jewish state not suffering any major consequences for that action. The Makor Rishon newspaper brought together former government officials and army generals, university professors who are experts on regional … Continue reading

Religious Leaders Push for a Palestinian State

After Obama’s Middle East speech calling for a divided Israel, Religious Leaders write President Obama, urging him to take immediate action before it’s too late. More than 25 different organizations of Jewish, Muslim and Christian faith echo Obama’s pleas for Israel to return to an indefensible 1967 borders. They are hoping that Obama can push … Continue reading

Germany: We will contribute to the defense of Israel

German defense official dismisses reports that Merkel considered canceling Submarine deal in response to Gilo construction. Christian Schmidt, secretary of state for defense, told the Post that the contract was signed a few weeks ago and that Germany had agreed to subsidize its cost. Calling Israel a “preferred customer,” Schmidt said the sale of the … Continue reading

Netanyahu: The IDF must stand in the Jordan valley

The regional uncertainty makes such a security presence even more necessary. These are the words of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. – Israel will only sign an agreement with the Palestinians if it includes an Israeli security presence in the Jordan Valley, Prime Minister BNetanyahu said Monday. “We are acting responsibly and prudently and are … Continue reading

Danon: “Israel will annex Jewish settlements”

Likud MK writes in ‘NY Times’ op-ed that Israel should annex settlements, halt aid if Palestinians change W. Bank, Gaza status unilaterally. MK Danny Danon (Likud) wrote on Thursday that if the Palestinian Authority acts unilaterally to change the status of the West Bank and Gaza Strip through the UN this September, then Israel “too, … Continue reading

Israeli navy will have to halt attack from 20 ships

More than 1,000 leftists and pro-Palestinian activists are expected to take part in the next “aid-flotilla” of 20 vessels. Security officials and the Foreign Ministry have started preparing feverishly for the expected arrival of another Gaza flotilla in late May. More than 1,000 leftists and pro-Palestinian activists are expected to take part in the flotilla, … Continue reading

Netanyahu: We are Ready to Act With Force

Netanyau speaks words of action on Friday, stating, “”We stand ready to act with great force and great determination to put a stop to it.” Netanyahu claimed to have received a “very warm” phone call on Thursday from President Barak Obama, who expressed his condolences over the bus station bombing and recent violence in Jerusalem. … Continue reading

Jerusalem Blast Near Bus Kills 1, Injures 39

A 60 year old woman was killed and 39 injured after a bomb exploded near a bus station. There has not been an explosion like this in Jerusalem for four years. Authorities do not believe there is a connection to the recent Gaza strip violence.

Israel hands Russia ownership of Jerusalem site

President of Russia: Dmitry Medvedev JERUSALEM – Israel is handing back ownership of a czarist-era landmark in the heart of Jerusalem to Russia, defusing a long-simmering dispute between the two countries right before Israel’s leader visits Moscow. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office has not disclosed the agenda for Thursday’s visit but he is expected to … Continue reading

Washington demands end to building of Jewish homes

JERUSALEM – The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv said Monday it was “deeply concerned” by Israel’s plans to build hundreds of new homes in the West Bank following a deadly attack on a settler family, calling Israeli settlements “illegitimate” and an obstacle to peacemaking. While agreeing with the U.S. criticism, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas reached … Continue reading

“Israel will pay for slaying of Hezbollah commander”

Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah recently threatened that the Lebanese Islamic movement would take revenge on Israel for the assassination of Imad Mughniyeh. Mughniyeh, a top Hezbollah commander, was slain in the Syrian capital of Damascus on February 12, 2008, at the hands of Mossad agents. The assassination showed that the Israeli regime had, unfortunately, institutionalized terrorism … Continue reading