Monthly Archives: January 2013

Israelis Order Gas Masks as Syria Deteriorates

By | 2013-01-30T23:03:07-04:00 January 30th, 2013|News|

The number of Israelis ordering gas masks has more than doubled in recent days, the Post Office reports. The increase comes in the wake of warnings from experts that Syria’s chemical weapons could fall into Hizbullah’s hands.   Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday that the defense establishment is following the latest deterioration in stability

Mursi tasks provincial governors with easing state of emergency

By | 2013-01-30T15:33:22-04:00 January 30th, 2013|News|

Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi has delegated provincial governors in Port Said, Suez and Ismailia to ease or annul the state emergency procedures following a wave of violent unrest, Al Arabiya correspondent reported on Wednesday.   Mursi late on Sunday sought to crack down on violence which has swept Egypt since Friday in which more than

Israel Hits Target on Syria-Lebanon Border

By | 2013-01-30T15:03:57-04:00 January 30th, 2013|Reports|

According to reports, Israeli warplanes carried out a surveillance mission over Lebanon Tuesday night which possibly included a strike on an alleged weapons convoy located near the Syrian-Lebanon border.   Lebanese news agencies claimed that the Lebanese Army spotted the Israeli warplanes immediately and closely monitored their flight path.   According to a statement by

The Sunni Jihad Against Iran has Begun

By | 2013-01-29T13:05:20-04:00 January 29th, 2013|Op-Eds|

On Friday, January 25, 2013, Sunni protesters were “blocking an international road linking Iraq with Syria.”   In plain English, that means the Sunni protesters were peacefully blocking Iranian arms shipments to Iran’s murderer-puppet Assad, this with the full knowledge of Iran’s other puppet, Iraqi Prime Minister Al-Maliki. The Iranian-controlled Shiite-puppet Iraqi Army opened gunfire

Masked ‘Black Bloc’ a mystery in Egypt unrest

By | 2013-01-29T12:48:25-04:00 January 29th, 2013|News|

An unpredictable new element has entered Egypt’s wave of political unrest: a mysterious group of masked young men called the Black Bloc who present themselves as the defenders of protesters opposed to the Islamist president’s rule.   They boast that they’re willing to use force to fight back against Islamists who have attacked protesters in

Egypt’s Defense Minister: Egypt could Collapse

By | 2013-01-29T12:36:33-04:00 January 29th, 2013|News|

Egyptian Defense Minister Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sisi warned Tuesday that Egypt could be facing collapse.   Al-Sisi explained that military units have been stationed in cities next to the Suez Canal, where riots have broken out, in order to protect the canal.   "The continuing conflict between political forces and their differences concerning the management

Are 8,690 Jews in Danger from the New Government?

By | 2013-01-29T03:24:29-04:00 January 29th, 2013|Op-Eds|

"We'll let settlers 'dry up' on hilltops", the late Yitschak Rabin once said.    "Peace crimes" will be committed.    Amona is in danger. This is the first outpost slated for destruction. Then all the communities not inside the route of the security fence, but also not inside one of the "large settlement blocs" -

Ancient Timbuktu Manuscripts, 1 in Hebrew, Torched by Islamists

By | 2013-01-29T02:14:38-04:00 January 29th, 2013|Islam|

The historic manuscripts of Timbuktu, including one written in Hebrew, are no more. They were destroyed by Islamic terrorists in the African nation of Mali.   The radical Islamist terrorists attempting to overthrow the Malian government torched the South African-funded Ahmed Baba Institute where the documents were kept as they fled the ancient city of

Egyptian police kill second man as anti-Mursi protests flare nationwide

By | 2013-01-29T01:44:32-04:00 January 29th, 2013|News|

Egyptian police shot dead one protester in the Mediterranean city of Port Said and another in Cairo on Monday as thousands of protesters continued to protest for the third day against President Mohammed Mursi.    “A young man called Mohammed Gharib was killed by gunfire during clashes outside Arab police station in Port Said,” the