Report: Israel Plans to Strike in Syria

by Elad Benari The Alrai daily newspaper in Kuwait reported on Saturday that Israel is planning to attack Hizbullah weapons storage and production facilities in Syria. According to unnamed Western sources who were quoted in the report, the IDF has strengthened its troop presence in the Golan Heights and Galilee panhandle. European sources told the […]

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Left-Wing Campaign: PA Wants Peace

by Hillel Fendel A new left-wing public relations campaign seeks to persuade the Israeli public that the Palestinian Authority truly wants peace – despite all indications to the contrary. The aggressive initiative includes quotes from leading PA spokesmen, billboards, and widespread media coverage. The objective is to imbue the Israeli public with the sense that […]

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On Whose Side is Obama?

by Moshe Dann The for and against citizen’s demonstrations are a civil right, but in his own remarks on the Ground Zero Mosque, Obama seems to have forgotten which country he heads. President Obama’s defense of the right of Muslims to build a mosque and Islamic center in New York City turned the issue into […]

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Egypt Announces Site of Its First Nuclear Plant: El Dabaa

by Gil Ronen Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak announced Wednesday afternoon that the country’s first nuclear power plant will be built at El Dabaa on the Mediterranean coast. The Associated Press reported that Energy Minister Hassan Younis said the decision is intended to “prioritize national interests and gives a big boost to the Egyptian nuclear program.” […]

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IRS Sued for Discrimination of Groups that Don’t Toe the BO Line

by INN Staff Z STREET, a pro-Israel non-profit corporation, filed a lawsuit in federal court today charging that the IRS violated the organization’s First Amendment rights.  The suit was filed after Z STREET was told by an IRS official that its application for tax-exempt status has been delayed because an IRS policy requires consideration of […]

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Iran Adds Missile-Launching Assault Boats to Arsenal

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu Iran announced Monday its growing arsenal soon will include homemade two high-speed missile-launching assault boats to patrol the Persian Gulf. The statement came one day after the Islamic Republic showed off a new unmanned aerial bomber, which Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called an “ambassador of death” to its enemies, particularly Israel […]

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Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq

by Chana Ya’ar The last American troops pulled out of Iraq Thursday, seven years after U.S. President George W. Bush launched the War on Terror in response to the Al-Qaeda terror attack on New York’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The soldiers of the 4th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division crossed into Kuwait in […]

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