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Tag Archives: IAF
Excellent news greets us this morning as we hear of the well-deserved though much-too-late death of the arch-terrorist child-killer Samir Kuntar at the hands of Israel: Arab media reported Sunday morning that Israel assassinated Lebanese terrorist Samir Kuntar. Several Israeli … Continue reading
In fact the “bang” started already at the end of the week just past with a rather large bang at the end of Independence Day, as a rocket launched from Gaza exploded in the area around Sderot. Thankfully there were … Continue reading
While the world’s attention has been focused on France and Europe, the civil war in Syria, along with ISIS’s rampage through Iraq, (not to mention the resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan) has been raging on in the background. All … Continue reading
Was it us or wasn’t it? According to Syrian TV, Israeli jets launched airstrikes on two military sites outside Damascus: Israeli fighter jets launched airstrikes on two military sites outside Damascus, Syrian state media and local activists reported Sunday. Israel made no official … Continue reading
Today’s events, beginning with the attempted infiltration by a large group of terrorists into a Kibbutz in the south, punctuated by a shaky humanitarian truce which was violated by Hamas in the middle, and culminating in a massive and intense … Continue reading
Operation Protective Edge (I still hate that name!) entered its third day yesterday (10th July), and as in the previous days it started with a bang. Or rather, with several bangs as Hamas began with volleys of rockets towards the … Continue reading