January 2009 Entries
On Thursday, a Spanish judge opened a legal probe accusing at least seven Israeli leaders of war crimes for the 2002 targeted assassination of Hamas terrorist Salah Shehadeh.
In less than two weeks, Israelis will go to the polls and elect both their next prime minister and their new parliament, the Knesset.
How did Hamas fighters operate during their recent war with Israel? Have you ever wondered why you rarely saw Hamas fighters in action? And why do you think a one sided picture of the conflict often emerged in the media? Ely Karmon, a Senior Research Scholar at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism just published some of his analysis. Here are some of his conclusions that help explain the recent conflict:
President Obama hit the ground running on his Middle East foreign policy Thursday. He appointed former Senator George Mitchell (no relation) as his Middle East enyoy. Mitchell has been here before. He authored the "Mitchell Report" published in May of 2001. Officially called the "Sharm el-Sheikh Fact-Finding Committee", U.S. President Bill Clinton charged Mitchell with reporting on what became known as the Second Palestinian Intifada. It started in September of 2000. Here are
One of the most underreported stories involving the Gaza war has been what Hamas has done to members of their rival Palestinian faction, Fatah, within the Gaza Strip.
Recently Pastor Benny Hinn spoke with Pat Robertson on the 700 Club.
A huge plume of smoke blackened the horizon over northern Gaza Thursday morning.
How would Benjamin Netanyahu confront Iran if he's elected prime minister in next month's Israeli elections?
Have you ever wondered why Hamas has fired thousands of rockets into Israel over the past eight years? Or wondered what their final goals are?
Israel perhaps has no better spokesman than former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
What's the battle in Gaza all about?
What would it be like to have your son in harm's way? Well known Messianic leader Barry Segal knows firsthand what it feels like.
Here's a video report from Day Eleven on the front lines of the Gaza War.
Here's a video report from the front lines of day three of Israel's ground offensive into Gaza.
Today, one rocket landed just about 100 yards from the coffee shop where we were in Sderot. We were using their wireless network to file our story for Monday's 700 Club.
After days of speculation and a significant buildup of troops, tanks and artillery units along the Gaza border, the Israeli Defense Forces entered the Gaza Strip Saturday night.