Friday, January 30, 2015

Map of the January 2015 Shebaa Farms incident

An Israeli Primer: Hezbollah’s Attack on Israel

Friday, 30 January, 2015 | Editor’s Introduction: Yesterday Israel's Foreign Ministry published this "behind the headlines" report about Hezbollah's attack on the Jewish state two days ago. The terrorist organization that calls itself the Party of Allah says it does not want war with Israel. Its stockpile of more than 100,000 missiles aimed at the Holy Land sends a different message.

The Israel-Lebanon border fence, north of Metula

Hezbollah and UN Resolution 1701: Why Is It Important?

Friday, 30 January, 2015 | Editor’s Introduction: Hezbollah, a known proxy of Iran, has told the Jewish state that it does not want war—at least not now. Its unrelenting anti-Israel rhetoric and bursting arsenal indicate an entirely different intent in a near-term tomorrow.

Hezbollah: We Don’t Want War

Friday, 30 January, 2015 | Editor’s Introduction: Hezbollah, a known proxy of Iran, may not want war today, but its escalating anti-Israel rhetoric and 100,000-plus missiles indicate an entirely different intent in a near-term tomorrow.

Muslims bowed in prayer at a mosque

The Taboo Topic: Islamic Terrorism

Monday, 26 January, 2015 | Shhhh! We can talk today of all religions but one. We can question all religions but one today. We know that any question of Islam can be taken as a criticism, and put our lives at risk, as seen most recently in Paris with the murders of the staff of Charlie Hebdo magazine. It is the only religion that people—including the apologists for "Islamophobia"—have to think ten times before discussing. At the same time, it is the same religion that is perpetually associated with "peace."

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Mounted anti-tank missile

Hezbollah Fires into Israel Killing Two, Injuring Seven

Wednesday, 28 January, 2015 | Two Israeli soldiers were confirmed dead and seven wounded after terrorists in Lebanon fired an anti-tank missile that hit a military vehicle on the border with Israel, the IDF confirmed. Israel responded to the cross-border attack with artillery fire and a warning to the Iran-backed Hezbollah terror group, which claimed responsibility for the attack.

IDF posts are located at
Mt. Hermon and Mt, Dov,
adjacent to Lebanon and Syria

Hezbollah to Israel: Attack Was ‘Eye for an Eye’

Wednesday, 28 January, 2015 | Hezbollah sent a message to Israel via the UN peacekeepers' commander in Lebanon on Wednesday night, saying the organization was not interested in further escalation.

Honoring fallen IDF warrior

Israel Mourns Two Fallen Soldiers

Thursday, 29 January 2015 | The news in Israel broke yesterday during lunch. Hezbollah operatives had launched an attack on an Israeli army patrol near the country’s border with Lebanon.

Israel-Lebanon border

Wounded IDF Soldiers Escaped Vehicle at Last Minute

Wednesday, 28 January, 2015 | "We were patrolling the area near the security fence, when suddenly we heard a loud explosion," one of the soldiers wounded in the Hezbollah missile attack near the Arab village of Ghajar on the Lebanese border on Wednesday said as he recalled the initial moments of the incident.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

IDF Givati Brigade protecting the Northern Border

IDF Strikes Targets in Syria; Sirens Blare in Northern Golan

Wednesday, 28 January, 2015 | Israeli Air Force [IAF] warplanes attacked Syrian military targets shortly after midnight on Wednesday, as air raid sirens blared in the northern Golan Heights towns of El Rom, Neve Ativ, and several Druze villages. The IDF said no rockets had landed in Israeli territory and the military was investigating why the alarms sounded.

Iran: expanding its influence

How Iran Is Encircling the Gulf and Israel

Tuesday, 27 January, 2015 | As US President Barack Obama continues to seek a negotiated deal on Iran's nuclear program, the Iranians have been working hard in recent weeks to infiltrate the Palestinian arena and re-establish ties with their erstwhile ally, Hamas.