Israel isn't willing to take over Gaza; it just keeps on doing "maintenance work."
THIS IS THE POST TO READ -- Victory is OURS!
The UN expressed "shock" when their inspectors discovered ancient explosives and primitive Hamas rockets hidden inside the cave.
This model follows the Rambam’s description in Hilchos Beis HaBechirah; set to a scale of 1mm to one cubit.
Here in Israel there are the many who load up their cars with food, and drink and candy and books to deliver them to soldiers and communities in the south.
JoeSettler uncovers the ultimate goal of Hamas in this war...
Why would Israel want a ceasefire. It would just signify our weakness that we blinked first.
Please, the Yeshiva boys should pray and study more and harder for this endangered young soldier!
Israeli's are a religious people; even secular Jews believe that God is active in this world.
The beauty of a Jew is his relationship to other Jews and his involvement with Medinat Yisrael.
A ceasefire not only gives Hamas a victory, it will destroy the morale of the IDF and the country.
So-called US military aid props up US military industries while disposing of surplus supplies.
If Hamas would simply stop firing rockets into Israel, all the carnage would stop instantly.
Rivlin is thought of as a warm, friendly uncle, one of the family.
In Islam, there is no such thing as peace with accursed dhimmis as the Muslims refer to us infidels.
A reader claimed the Disengagement from Gaza was good, because it reduced the number of murdered Israelis. Examining the numbers tells a different story...
JoeSettler points out that most Gazans want to leave, and most Jews want to go back home to Gush Katif. How about a solution that actually resolves the conflict?
These are the photos of our soldiers (and a citizen) killed in action during the current IDF ground operation in Gaza.
Jameel went on a pizza run down south, and translated a letter from a soldier on the border, along with some of his own personal observations...
Rabbi Kahane spoke of transfer, because it was what the Torah spoke of.