Monthly Archives: February 2014

Nasrallah: Israel Benefits from Lebanon Turmoil

By | 2014-02-17T13:59:11+00:00 February 17th, 2014|News|

Israel and the United States are benefitting from the turmoil in Lebanon, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah claimed on Sunday, according to the Lebanese Daily Star.   Speaking during a televised speech, Nasrallah declared that Hezbollah would continue fighting in Syria despite the wave of car bombings targeting predominantly Shiite areas in Lebanon controlled by the

Two States for Two Peoples – And Don’t You Dare Say Otherwise

By | 2014-02-17T13:29:48+00:00 February 17th, 2014|News|

More than 300 Israeli university students and dozens of journalists crowded the Palestinian Authority's Ramallah headquarters Sunday, for a unique event advocating a "Two-State Solution". In a packed room at the Muqata compound, PA President Mahmoud Abbas outlined his opinion, his complaints and his demands concerning the ongoing negotiations between the PA and Israel.  

Sinai Attack – the First to Target Tourists in 6 Years

By | 2014-02-17T12:46:27+00:00 February 17th, 2014|News|

A bomb ripped through a tourist bus in Egypt's Sinai peninsula near the Israel border Sunday, killing three South Korean tourists and their Egyptian driver and reportedly wounding 33 others.   The attack was the first on tourists since a wave of unrest blamed on Islamists erupted across the country after the army overthrew president

It’s Time to Cut US Aid to the Palestinian Authority

By | 2014-02-17T00:26:44+00:00 February 17th, 2014|Op-Eds|

Last week, the Palestinian Authority's Chairman and Terrorist-Paymaster Mahmoud Abbas inked a 1 billion dollar deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin to extract gas and oil from the Gaza Strip's economic exclusion zone.   Apart from all the other issues, with this money from Russia, it's now time to cut all US aid to the

Mohammed Morsi Stands Trial in Egypt for Conspiracy

By | 2014-02-16T23:49:31+00:00 February 16th, 2014|News|

Former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi stood trial in Cairo for the third time since he was toppled Sunday - this time, on terror and spying charges, according to BBC News.    Morsi is on trial with 35 others accused of working with Lebanese and Palestinian Arab groups to carry out terror attacks in Egypt. The

Iran: We’ve Developed a Missile ‘Better than S-300’

By | 2014-02-16T22:14:52+00:00 February 16th, 2014|News|

Iran continues to present technological achievements in the field of military industry. The Commander of the country's Air Defense Forces, Farzad Ismail, said that the missile "Bawer " (Faith) made in Iran, has reached the operational phase of development and that it features more advanced capabilities than the S-300 Russian-made missile.   The S-300 is

Taba Terror: Egypt Refuses Entry to Israeli Ambulances

By | 2014-02-16T22:09:19+00:00 February 16th, 2014|News|

Egypt has refused to allow Israeli Magen David Adom ambulances and emergency teams to Taba, where four people are dead and 33 injured after a terror bombing Sunday. Three of the dead are tourists from Korea and one is a bus driver.   An Egyptian security official told Egyptian newspaper Al-Youm a-Saba that Egypt is

PA: $46 Million Extra To Terrorists – Courtesy of US Taxpayers

By | 2014-02-15T16:03:45+00:00 February 15th, 2014|News|

The Palestinian Authority (PA) announced last week that it will give an extra $46 million a year to released terrorists. US taxpayer dollars will inevitably go towards funding the reward for terror, as US President Barack Obama has reportedly pledged the PA $440 million in 2014.   PA Minister of Prisoners' Affairs Issa Karake made

Erekat to Netanyahu: Say It – 1-9-6-7

By | 2014-02-13T18:32:16+00:00 February 13th, 2014|News|

The Palestinian Authority’s (PA) chief peace negotiator with Israel, Saeb Erekat, on Wednesday called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to prepare the Israeli people for “tough concessions”.   Speaking on Army Radio, Erekat once again blamed Israel for the lack of progress in peace talks, claiming that Israel was stubborn and refused to make any