All-Women Ship Heads for Gaza and Waits for Clash with IDF

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, Arutz-7 A “women-only” ship, complete with a nun and a heavily pregnant mother, has cleared political and technical obstacles and is set to sail for Gaza, presenting Israel with a new challenge. The ship is supposed to leave Tripoli by Sunday night, its co-coordinator, Hizbullah-backer Samar al-Hajj, told the London Guardian.…

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Of Trees and Tribunals: Lebanon's Growing Headache

by Matthew RJ Brodsky, American Thinker   The recent border skirmish between Lebanon and Israel in which a senior Israeli officer, two Lebanese soldiers, and a journalist from the pro-Hezb’allah al-Akhbar newspaper were killed is the most significant clash between the two countries since the 2006 summer war. While at first glance this episode may…

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Lebanese parliament member- 'Iran has hijacked my country'

by Worldnetdaily Iran and its proxy, Hezbollah, have taken Lebanon hostage, using the country for political and military gain, charged Samy Gemayel, a Lebanese parliament member. “If Iran wants to escalate the situation in the region it will escalate in our country using Hezbollah’s weapons, using Hezbollah’s power in the region,” said Gemayel, speaking in…

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Nefesh B'Nefesh brings largest number of future soldiers

by Nefesh B’Nefesh Two-hundred thirty-four new Israeli immigrants – including a record-breaking 85 young adults who have committed to joining the IDF – were welcomed at Ben-Gurion Airport on Tuesday by Nefesh B’Nefesh and the Jewish Agency. President Shimon Peres warmly greeted the olim as they disembarked from their 12-hour aliya flight from New York,…

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Greenlight for Islamic Supremacism

by Robert Spencer, Front Page Magazine On Tuesday morning, the New York City Landmarks Commission, as expected, voted unanimously to deny landmark status to 45 Park Place, thus clearing the way for the demolition of the building currently there and the construction of the Islamic supremacist mega-mosque at Ground Zero. The Commission swept aside calls…

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