ISRAEL DEFENSE Operation Pillar of Defense, which ended on Wednesday, changed the Middle East, or is an expression of the limitations imposed on Israel’s use of force in the post Arab Spring era. And what’s the connection between the operation… Read More ›
A look at the 2012 Gaza War, by the numbers: How many rockets were fired? intercepted? deaths? injuries?
Posted: November 22, 2012 in Uncategorized JOEL C. ROSENBERG’S BLOG We have much to be thankful for: the 2012 Gaza war is over. The fighting has stopped. Please be praying for Israelis and Palestinians as they begin the process of recovering… Read More ›
Israel launches fresh, major air-sea attack in Gaza after Hamas spurns ceasefire
DEBKAfileExclusive Report November 18, 2012, 5:07 AM (GMT+02:00) A Western source said it would take some days to determine if a ceasefire was feasible. Egyptian intelligence meanwhile smuggled Hamas Prime Minister Islmail Haniyeh out of Gaza and over to El Arish in… Read More ›
Is this war number eight for Israel?
David Blair – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/israel/9680553/Is-this-war-number-eight-for-Israel.html The new conflict in the Gaza Strip has caught the world by surprise, just like the last Gaza war in 2008 and the Lebanon campaign of 2006 And so it begins again. Seven times since the… Read More ›
Deterrence is the idea behind Israel’s strikes in Gaza, but how far will conflict with Hamas go?
JTA The Global News Service of the Jewish People SDEROT, Israel (JTA) — Wage war to make peace. That’s the idea behind Israel’s strikes this week against Hamas targets in Gaza, including Wednesday’s attack that killed Hamas military chief Ahmed Jabari…. Read More ›