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Fleeing the Storm

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Netanyahu Vows: Israel Will Defend Her People!


Israel Will Continue to Build

Addressing the weekly cabinet meeting after Palestinian unilateral action at the United Nations, Netanyahu clarified that Israel will “continue to build in Jerusalem and in all the places of the State of Israel's map of strategic interests. The PA's unilateral move at the UN is a blatant violation of agreements, and therefore the Israeli government rejects the General Assembly resolution.

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The Heart of Hatred


We Will Free Jerusalem

Khaled Meshaal, Hamas Politburo Chief, speaking at a rally commemorating the 25th anniversary of Hamas was quoted as saying, “Jihad and the armed resistance is the only true path to liberation. We will free Jerusalem, inch by inch, stone by stone…”

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You Want Fanatics to Have Nuclear Weapons?


{image_1}Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was asked whether he believed a “containment strategy” would work on Iran, as was done with the Soviet Union in its time. Netanyahu responded: “I think Iran is very different. They put their zealotry above survival; they have suicide bombers all over the place. I wouldn't rely on their rationality…

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Threatened on Every Side

By Missile Fire

{image_1}Yadlin, commenting on possible future confrontations with Israel's enemies, admitted that missiles would strike the Gush Dan area (central Israel): “A few more [would strike] than the number that hit in 1991 [during the Gulf War], but today we have the Arrow [anti-missile interception system], better intelligence, and a better Air Force. A large number of the rockets will be stopped, but some of them will indeed hit Gush Dan, and for this, we have to be prepared.

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On Jerusalem Day

On Jerusalem Day

{image_1}To a Knesset [Parliament] plenum on May 20: “We need to stop for one day every year and realize that we are witnessing and experiencing the fulfillment of a prophecy, the yearning for Zion, the return to Zion and the revival of Zion.” Referring to Theodor Herzl, the father of modern Zionism and the visionary of the State: “He foresaw the problem and the solution, but he didn’t give up on Zion. He raised his right hand and said—‘If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand wither.’ Today we are raising our hand with the same oath. We are taking an oath for a built-up Jerusalem, the eternal capital of Israel.”

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Iran Is Operating in Gaza

{image_1}“Understand, the dominant factor that motivates these events [rocket attacks] in Gaza is not the Palestinian issue. The dominant factor that motivates these events in Gaza is Iran.

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Grappling with the Unknown

{image_1}“We are living right now during dramatic changes that create a lot of new challenges and a lot of unknowns.” —IDF Maj.-Gen. Amir Eshel

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Conditions for Peace Deadlocked

Over Israel’s Right to Exist

{image_1} “The demands of this enemy [Israel] are strange and amazing demands, unique in the history of conflicts…They [Israelis] are not satisfied with Palestinian recognition that is a function of their state and its existence, but want recognition of the eternal right of Israel to exist. Possibly their nature will bring them to ask for compensation for the years that have passed without their state's existence, during the time it had the right to exist upon our skulls…

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The Iranian Threat Expands

To Turkey

{image_1} “If any threat is staged against Iran, we will target NATO’s missile shield in Turkey and will then attack other targets…The Turkish people are aware [of everything]…We are sure that the Muslim people of Turkey will promptly cut these systems into pieces under threatening conditions.”

—Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Commander Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh

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Strong Words for Hard Times

On the Palestinian Bid for Statehood

{image_1}“…Today I hope that the light of truth will shine, if only for a few minutes, in a hall [UN General Assembly] that for too long has been a place of darkness for my country. As Israel's prime minister, I didn't come here to win applause. I came here to speak the truth.

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