Egypt in Gaza in an attempt for a truce as rocket jolts Tel Aviv

GAZA (Reuters) – Egypt tried to open a tiny window to emergency peace diplomacy in Gaza on Friday, but hopes for even a brief ceasefire while its prime minister was inside the bombarded enclave to talk to leaders of the Islamist Hamas movement were immediately dashed. Prime Minister Hisham Kandil visited the Gaza Strip officially… Read More Egypt in Gaza in an attempt for a truce as rocket jolts Tel Aviv

The borders of the new Nazi state on the Mountains of Zion

This map display the new Nazi-state under formation in  Judea and Samaria in Israel. It is hardly 40 kilometers wide, and 80 kilometers in length. The pocket south of Jerusalem is even smaller. The PLO headquarter in Ramallah is hardly 12 kilometers north of Jerusalem. If this statehood is recognized in the United Nations, this… Read More The borders of the new Nazi state on the Mountains of Zion

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… Read More Israel: No apology to Turkey for defending borders

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… Read More Simulation: Israeli strike on Iran would work