Monthly Archives : January 2015

Iran — Unafraid and Undeterred

  Israel’s reported strike January 18 on a joint Iranian-Hezbollah convoy driving on the Syrian Golan Heights was one of the most strategically significant events to have occurred in Israel’s neighborhood in recent months. Its significance lies both in what it accomplished operationally and what it exposed.   From what been published to date about the identities of those killed…

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Iran, Obama, Boehner and Netanyahu

  Iran has apparently produced an intercontinental ballistic missile whose range far exceeds the distance between Iran and Israel, and between Iran and Europe.   On Wednesday night, Channel 2 showed satellite imagery taken by Israel’s Eros-B satellite that was launched last April. The imagery showed new missile-related sites that Iran recently constructed just outside Tehran. One facility is a…

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The answer to French anti-Semitism

    January 16 is the nine-year anniversary of the beginning of the Ilan Halimi disaster.   On January 16, 2006, Sorour Arbabzadeh, the seductress from the Muslim anti-Jewish kidnapping gang led by Youssouf Fofana, entered the cellphone store where Halimi worked and set the honey trap.   Four days later, Halimi met Arbabzadeh for a drink at a working…

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