Breiman: Both PLO and Iran are successors of the Nazis

Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian education system towards Israel and the Jews are no different than Iran’s. OP-ED by Ron Breiman, Israel Hayom. Last week, in his article “Iran has all but become Nazi” (Israel Hayom, Nov. 21), Dan Margalit commented on Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s belligerent statements against the Jews. To underscore his point, he… Read More Breiman: Both PLO and Iran are successors of the Nazis

Al-qaida in Syria beheaded an ally in terror

Syrian activists say jihadists beheaded fellow rebel by mistake after believing him to be a Shia Muslim. Syrian jihadists have mistakenly beheaded a wounded fellow Islamist fighter, according to opposition activists. Rami Abdurrahman of the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and another activist in the northern province of Aleppo said al-Qaida-linked fighters of the… Read More Al-qaida in Syria beheaded an ally in terror

Arabs not sure if they are still involved in talks

“Palestinian” President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday his peace negotiators had resigned over the lack of progress in US-brokered statehood talks. In an interview with Egyptian CBC television, Abbas suggested the negotiations would continue even if the “Palestinian” peace delegation stuck to its decision. “Either we can convince it to return, and we’re trying with… Read More Arabs not sure if they are still involved in talks

Erekat: My life in danger because of “pack of lies”

Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat has accused Islamic al-Jazeera TV of putting his life in danger. This is a complicated story first published in January 2011. Saeb Erekat is not denying that the papers are from his office. But insist that they should not have been leaked. The documents suggest the Palestinians were ready to make… Read More Erekat: My life in danger because of “pack of lies”

Kerry warns of violence if “peace talks” fail

US secretary of state says if Israel-PA peace talks fail, violence in region may return, notes negotiations have so far been ‘productive’‬‬ “What is the alternative to peace?” Kerry asked at a joint news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh. “Prolonged continued conflict. The absence of peace really means you have a sort of… Read More Kerry warns of violence if “peace talks” fail

Netanyahu and Kerry continue to act in political theater

Binyamin Netanyahu said bluntly alongside John Kerry on Wednesday that he was “concerned” about the negotiations with the “Palestinians”. This is what the Prime Minister in Israel said tp John Kerry yesterday: “I’m concerned about their progress, because I see the Palestinians continuing with incitement, continuing to create artificial crisis, continuing to avoid historic decisions… Read More Netanyahu and Kerry continue to act in political theater

IDF uncovers 2,5 kilometer terror tunnel in Israel

Gaza tunnel likely meant to serve terrorists in high-profile attack on Israeli kindergarten in next round of violence‬‬. Cleared for publication: IDF forces uncovered a tunnel laden with explosives in the Gaza vicinity area on Thursday. It is estimated it was meant to serve terrorists in a high-profile attack on an Israeli kindergarten. The tunnel,… Read More IDF uncovers 2,5 kilometer terror tunnel in Israel

“Peace negotiator” Livni threat to Israeli security

Justice Minister Tzipi Livi feels giving the Arab Palestinian a state at the gates of Jerusalem, post no security threat to Israel. These are the words of Carloline Glick, a former contributing editor, still senior columnist in Jerusalem Post: Israel enacted  two major strategic initiatives that have her signature on them: the 2005 withdrawal from… Read More “Peace negotiator” Livni threat to Israeli security

Israel release more terrorists in bid to get peace

To please the Arabs, Israel release 26 more killers as part of ongoing “peace negotiations”. An Israeli ministerial committee voted Sunday to release 26 Palestinians jailed for killing Israelis before the 1993 interim peace deal with the Palestinian Authority. The government of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has promised to free 104 long-held Palestinian prisoners in… Read More Israel release more terrorists in bid to get peace

Israel reap terrorattacks after prisoner release

Deputy defense minister: Release endangers Israel’s security; Bayit Yehudi calls on ministers to vote for bill against release. An attempt to bomb a school bus shows that terrorists must be kept in jail, Bayit Yehudi MKs said Friday, ahead of Sunday’s vote on the party’s bill prohibiting prisoner releases. Meanwhile, Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon… Read More Israel reap terrorattacks after prisoner release

The PLO security forces took the lead during the intifada

“When the second Intifada broke out, 70 per cent of the martyrs were members of the Palestinian security forces.” Palestinian ambassador to Libya Mutawakkil Tahah told Al Jazeera on Sep. 27, 2013: “Israel decided to gather the youth who had fought it in the First Intifada, and to organize them into security forces, showering them… Read More The PLO security forces took the lead during the intifada

2 billion Euro-funds pockeded by Islamic terrorists

EU report reveals €1.95 billion, transferred by Belgium to West Bank, Gaza Strip over past several years, were wasted or lost. Corruption is suspected‬‬. One billion Euros in EU aid funds to the Palestinians has been wasted or “lost” due to corruption – according to a harsh report leveling severe criticisms published by the European… Read More 2 billion Euro-funds pockeded by Islamic terrorists

Netanyahu demand Arab recognition of Jewish state

The Prime Minister of Israel do not promise “peace” in 2014. Since the the Arabs continue to refuse to recognize the Jewish state. The last time Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu gave a speech at Bar-Ilan University’s BESA Center for Strategic Studies, dozens of far-right protesters picketed the event in anticipation of the prime minister making… Read More Netanyahu demand Arab recognition of Jewish state

Steinitz: Iran invites the World to new “Munich agreement”

Likud minister warns Iran capable of turning stores of 3.5 percent pure uranium directly into bomb fuel “within weeks.” Israel voiced concern on Tuesday over a potential meeting of the US and Iranian presidents, saying Tehran’s conciliatory overtures to world powers masked an acceleration of its disputed nuclear program. “We are certainly warning the entire… Read More Steinitz: Iran invites the World to new “Munich agreement”

Barack Obama puts on the shoes of Neville Chamberlain to get «peace in our time»

Obama’s decision to accept an offer of «talks with Iran» is a mistake of simply staggering proportions. It was inevitable, and yet even so it is hard to believe that an American President can be quite this reckless.   It didn’t take a rocket scientist to work out what would happen next, after Obamas speech… Read More Barack Obama puts on the shoes of Neville Chamberlain to get «peace in our time»

Israel allows more building material into Gaza

 Truckloads a week of gravel, cement and steel enter Hamas-ruled territory at Abbas’ request‬‬. But Raed Fattouh, the West Bank-based Palestinian coordinator of supplies into Gaza, said the 70 truckloads Israel was expected to transfer each work day would fall far short of the number needed to meet construction requirements. “Gaza is in need of… Read More Israel allows more building material into Gaza

Shin Bet warns: Arab Israelis joining al-Qaeda

Security agency says Arab Israelis joining rebel forces in Syria operating with al-Qaeda, may be trained against Israel‬‬. A disconcerting Shin Bet assessment warns that Arab Israelis are joining rebel forces in Syria and working with al-Qaeda terrorists. According to the review, submitted to the State Prosecutor’s Office and the Supreme Court, there is a… Read More Shin Bet warns: Arab Israelis joining al-Qaeda

Ya’alon: He who seeks peace must prepare for war

Defense minister says Syrian disarmament deal proves military threat can ultimately bring about diplomatic solutions.‬‬ Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Monday that the US-Russian deal for Syria to destroy its chemical weapons proved that a credible threat of force could bring about diplomatic solutions. “The latest developments, in which a diplomatic solution is emerging for… Read More Ya’alon: He who seeks peace must prepare for war

Norway expected to improve country’s tone toward Israel

Pro-Israel groups in Norway hailed Monday’s national Norwegian elections that will bring to power a center-right government expected to be considerably more sympathetic to Israel. “Among pro-Israel supporters in Norway there is generally a sense of relief that the Norwegian people voted out of power those who have very little understanding for Israel and some… Read More Norway expected to improve country’s tone toward Israel

Hamas aims to open naval military academy in Gaza

Interior minister says school would be part of police academy and will “benefit the society in civilian…affairs.” Hamas is planning to open a naval academy soon in the Gaza Strip, Hamas Interior Minister Fathi Hammad announced on Sunday. He said that the new institution, which would be part of the police academy, would be an… Read More Hamas aims to open naval military academy in Gaza