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Tag Archives: Hezbollah
Prime Minister Netanyahu’s visit last week to China and his upcoming visit to Russia next week highlight what has become increasingly evident: Iran is planning to take over Syria. Yes, the visit to China was ostensibly about trade agreements - indeed … Continue reading
In a continuation of Friday’s airstrikes on an Iranian missile shipment intended for Hezbollah, the Israeli Air Force bombed more sites in and around the Syrian capital, Damascus. Syrian state television reported Israel struck an area near Damascus early Sunday … Continue reading
The New York Times reported today (Shabbat) that Israeli Air Force planes bombed a shipment of advanced Iranian surface-to-surface missiles in Syria, although reports are confused as to whether the air-strike was on Friday or Saturday, and whether it was … Continue reading
The last few days have seen several attempts by Palestinian terrorists to harm Israeli citizens, but reports in the international press have been minimal to non-existent. The major terror attempt was a drone, flying from the direction of Lebanon, attempting … Continue reading
In a very interesting turn of events, Bahrain has become the first Arab country to blacklist the Hezbollah terrorist group: Bahrain on Tuesday became the first Arab country to officially blacklist the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, … Continue reading
Argentina’s flamboyant President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has made a a couple of very controversial decisions in recent months, allying herself with dangerous dictators and thereby antagonising the West. She has been antagonising Britain with her outspoken pronouncements about reclaiming … Continue reading