Sunday Jul 27, 2014
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis July 28, 2014, 12:05 AM (IDT)
I reproduce this article because even its title, Netanyahu’s dilemma to choose between Obama and a burgeoning anti-Iran coalition, rings absurd in my ears!
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu entangled himself Saturday and Sunday, July 26-27, in the net he had cast to blur the effect of the unanimous decision by the security-political cabinet of Friday to turn down the...
Saturday Jul 26, 2014
By Dore Gold July 24
(Slightly abreviated from the original Wahington Post article)
Dore Gold is a past adviser to Prime Minister Netanyahu and former ambassador to the United Nations
“We are a people that love death for the sake of Allah as much as our enemies love life,"
Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh
"The Hamas spokesman, Sami Abu Zuhri, admitted July 8 that Hamas was using the...
Thursday Jul 24, 2014
Posted on July 20, 2014
"The Egyptian Army thwarted an attack against Israel on Wednesday night, killing a suicide bomber who ran toward the border near Kerem Shalom… [also] destroyed a vehicle loaded with Grad rockets before they were fired at Israel." (Palestinian Ma'an News Agency, 24 July, 2014)
Some journalists have even said that all Palestinians are to blame for their current plight.
Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
Wall Street Journal
July 21, 2014
Let's state the obvious: No one likes to see dead children. Well, that's not completely true: Hamas does. They would prefer those children to be Jewish, but there is greater value to them if they are Palestinian. Outmatched by Israel's military, handicapped by rocket launchers with the steady hands of Barney Fife, Hamas is playing the long game of moral revulsion.
Sunday Jul 20, 2014
Each day or so, a new post providing dialogue or at least the possibility for serious discussion (gamers and provocateurs encouraged to play elsewhere)
At a press conference while Hamas was sending rockets and Iron Dome was intercepting them, Prime Minister Netanyahu, for the first time to my mind, openly attacked American policy in the region as "naive," dangerous. I did not see his views reflected beyond Times of Israel...