Israel, however, worries that Iran soon could enter a “zone of immunity” in which enough of its nuclear materials are beyond the reach of Israeli air power so that Iran could not be stopped, or perhaps could be stopped only by superior American firepower.
The parliamentary votes, which began in late November, are the first since a popular uprising toppled President Hosni Mubarak a year ago.
The statement by Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, spokesman for the Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq, tap into fears in Iraq and abroad about the country’s future stability and the government's ability to protect its citizens following the withdrawal of the last U.S. troops in December.
Police on Saturday arrested four Arabs who are accused of attempting to attack and “lynch” two IDF soldiers in Haifa.
The grandson of Hizbullah terrorist Imad Mughniyeh appears on TV, wants to be like his grandfather.
Israel is concerned over the possibility that the latest and most lethal Russian anti-armor rocket has reached the Hizbullah terror group.