Written by The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
Rocket fire from the Gaza Strip targeting Israel's south continues (one rocket hit identified this past week); a yeshiva student was stabbed in Jerusalem, apparently for nationalistic reasons; two Palestinians from Nablus were detained at the Tapuach junction (south of Nablus) with four IEDs, a gun ...
Written by Eliana Benador
by Eliana Benador
“May all true Jews, be prepared to accept the Torah on Shavuot, as it was originally accepted: with unity, like one man with one heart.”
’'The Young Guard'was the mainstream Zionist youth organization, dedicated to bringing Zionist 'Values' to the youth of ...
Written by Dr. Ashraf Ramelah
Late last week Egyptian Copts in Cairo booked private airline flights to Jerusalem to celebrate Easter holy week.
Soon after, the joy they anticipated turned to anger when they faced rejection by a Coptic priest at the door of Jerusalem’s Saint Helena Chapel on Coptic Palm Sunday.
This unlikely ...
Written by Yedidya Atlas
Israeli President Shimon Peres wrote President Barack Obama a letter last week asking him to commute the prison sentence of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard, now in his 27thyear of incarceration. This followed the request by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu who first read his letter from the podium ...
Written by THE MEIR AMIT INTELLIGENCE AND TERRORISM INFORMATION CENTER
Sporadic rocket and mortar shell fire from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory continues. A Palestinian armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle was shot and killed by an IDF force near the Gaza Strip security fence.
Written by Doug Ross
Four senior American diplomats -- most likely in the State Department -- as well as senior intelligence officers appear to have leaked a key military relationship between Azerbaijan and Israel.
Written by Robert Spencer
Egypt’s parliament, which is dominated by two pro-Sharia Islamic supremacist groups, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafists, voted unanimouslylast Monday to expel Israel’s ambassador to Egypt, and signaled that the Camp David Accords would soon be a thing of the past: Egypt, the ...
Written by Adam Levick
GMJ, scheduled for March 30, 2012, is an anti-Israel publicity stunt that aims to have a million people marching on Israel’s borders from all the surrounding countries – Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Egypt – with the aim of reaching Jerusalem. Concurrently, demonstrations are planned in the ...
Written by Mark A. Heller
The recent round of inconclusive fighting across the Gaza-Israel border prompts several observations about the outcome and possible implications for the future.
1. Iron Dome