For a Jew, everyday is Thanksgiving!
I am beginning to wonder in whose service is B'tselem.
Israel should continue to try and avoid civilian casualties as much as possible - but basically bomb Gaza into the stone age.
Today, the IDF announced that it had “accomplished its pre-determined objectives for Operation Pillar of Defense, and has inflicted severe damage to Hamas and its military capabilities.” It is embarrassing to read this statement.
True story – because I saw it in Yedioth.
What world do we live in that a 12-year old has to consider going into a bomb shelter alone?
The clip shows he truly understands antisemitism.
The executioner of the Gush Katif evacuation is wailing over the deterioration of security.
IDF strikes on Nov. 18 knocked out the Hamas television stations Al Aqsa and Al Quds in Gaza, but Hamas leaders were likely not too concerned, and knew they could always count on Plan B: Propagandizing at the Guardian.
Dear Son, Do not be confused. Know who the enemy is. With all the meaningless talk of peace agreements and cease fires, the satanic enemy...
Of the 3 networks, I think CBS had the most comprehensive and fair coverage of all. ABC is so far the most biased.
On Sunday, Wall Street Journal editor and columnist Bret Stephens did what too many need to do: own up to the mistake of supporting the Disengagement Plan.
Israel’s leaders know that there isn’t a diplomatic solution. But what can they do? Over the years, Israel has become so dependent on the U.S. — for advanced weapons, spare parts, etc. — that it is almost impossible to say no to US demands.
We learned in Lebanon that we can’t defeat the enemy with our Air Force alone. What’s the point of a truce that will last for three weeks until Hamas fires more rockets at Israel?
In times of trouble like these, it behooves us to remember a phrase made popular in song after the attack in Pearl Harbor during World War II. A phrase that speaks to Hishtadlus: Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.
The Palestinians actually stole a street pole (charity boxes included) to fire at Israel.
The latest lie-line of the Gaza propaganda machine is that Gaza has no army, no forces.
Some people like the smell of napalm in the morning, but I love the smell of missiles.
With an enemy like this, with its warped logic, there is no common language.
The IDF says no fewer than 99 such explosive devices have 'fallen short' in the last four days.