Category Archives: Israel

Israel Approves New Construction in Wake of Massacre

Reports that at least 30,000 people were in attendance at the funeral of five members of the Fogel family, who were brutally murdered on Friday night while asleep in their beds. According to the Israeli army, two terrorists entered the town of Itamar, not far from Nablus, at about 10:30pm. The first house they entered… Continue Reading

What Does Article 151 in the New Egyptian Constitution Mean?

Perhaps one of the outcomes of the Egyptian revolt that interests both Western observers and of course Israel is whether a new government will honor the Peace Treaty Anwar Sadat signed with Israel.  The current leaders of the Military Council have made it clear that they will continue to honor all treaties, including Egypt’s treaty… Continue Reading

South Sudan Discusses Diplomatic Relations with Israel

On the cusp of becoming and independent nation, Africa’s newest nation of South Sudan is planning to establish diplomatic relations with the Jewish State of Israel. The declaration of independence is expected to occur this coming July, and in anticipation of that day the head of a delegation of South Sudanese, Suleiman Alhariri, invited Deputy… Continue Reading

The Coming Middle Eastern War

Whether you are a conspiracy buff or not, one cannot dismiss as a mere “coincidence” that Iranian Warships are sailing through the Suez Canal. No one can know either how this expectant naval collision between Israel and Iran is going to progress nor the countless uprisings across the Middle East.  No matter what, it is… Continue Reading

Iranian Inspired Revolts

While riots have spread throughout the Middle East and what was once a movement for pro-democracy movement, yet now taken over by foreign interests and radical Islamic groups, Iranian warships are awaiting Egyptian approval to move through the Suez canal in order to “dock at a Syrian port.”  Israel has made it clear that this… Continue Reading

Mahmoud Abbas: Supports Egyptian Dictatorship

Tayeb Abdel-Rahim spokesman for PA President Mahmoud Abbas was quoted as saying, “the protesters in Egypt have suspicious allegiances and are conspiring against the regime and hope to undermine Egypt’s leading role.”  It has been clear from various PA statements since the January 25th Revolution in Egypt began that PA President Mahmoud Abbas has supported… Continue Reading

Netanyahu Finally Speaks

With the situation in Egypt spirally out of control, the Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu finally brakes his silence. “On Saturday I spoke with US President Barack Obama, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and all the relevant intelligence officials,” Netanyahu said. “The peace between Israel and… Continue Reading

5% of Bank Leumi Sold For $368 Million

Yesterday, Israel sold 5 percent of Bank Leumi Shares to a UBS, a swiss bank. Since the sale, Bank Leumi has no controlling shareholder. The government’s sellout could enable other investors to buy a controlling position. Currently, the biggest shareholder in Leumi is Shlomo Eliahu with 9.59 percent. Eliahu said that he plans to form… Continue Reading

Washington Hints that it Will Veto Palestinian Resolution in UN

Despite the fact that the Obama administration generally agrees with the resolution which the Palestinians are bringing to a vote in the United Nations Security Council this week, Washington has hinted that it will veto such a resolution. The draft resolution contains condemnation of Israel’s continuing building of towns in the disputed territories known as… Continue Reading