Monday War News…

Livni: Hezbollah Violating UN Resolution


“As long as the two IDF soldiers were not released, Hezbollah was in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701. Livni also demanded enforcement of the embargo on Hizbullah, ‘so long as this is not carried out, Hezbollah can rearm and remains a tangible threat to the region.'”

4 Palestinians Killed in IAF Strike in Gaza


“The IDF said that troops operating in the area shot and killed three armed Palestinians in an exchange of fire. It did not know of a fourth man killed.” [...]  Click here to read more.

Dan Halutz: Most Blatant Paradigm of Systemic Me-Firstism Rampant Throughout Gov’t. of Israel…

Halutz: ‘Mr. PM, We Won the War’ (From Ynet)

Halutz smiled and called the prime minister, who was smoking a cigar as he waited in his Jerusalem home to receive the general’s phone call. “All long-range rockets have been destroyed,” Halutz declared. Then, he added three words that haunt him to this day: “We won the war.”

Hezbollah used a method that they most likely learned from the Iranians, and succeeded, among other things, in cracking the code of IDF communications devices, including quick transfers between frequencies. As such, the organization was able to track reports of Israeli casualties and, thus, control the media battle by reporting Israeli fatalities first.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Mean Me’ir’s Perk, For Doing Absolutely Nothing …

He’s Back, but Refugees Have No Home By Ido Efrati (Ynet)


Meir Sheetrit, he of the mean, nasty, divisive mouth, the boorish bully who is confused about his identity, roots and ideology gets rewarded with a 2nd ministry, Justice, in addition to the Housing Ministry in which capacity he utterly neglected the citizens of the north.

Meir Sheetrit has not a hint of clue as to what “Tzedek, Tzedek tierdof…” (‘Justice, justice you shall pursue…’) means. MB

Excerpts; [...]  Click here to read more.

Motsei Shabbos, Sunday War News…

No Injuries in Anti-Tank Rocket Attack

Attack Prevented in Jerusalem

Air Force Targets Gunmen in Gaza

718 Illegals Apprehended Over the Weekend


“Also taken into custody were 3 Israelis who employ the illegals, as well as 18 Israelis who provide them with transportation.”

Terror Alert Continues in the Shechem Area

Terror Attack Averted on Elon Moreh – Itamar Road


“A border police lookout post detected Arabs placing the bomb, apparently intended for detonation against passing Israeli vehicles.” [...]  Click here to read more.

Commission of Inquiry Needs to Investigate Regime’s Lack of Compassion for Citizens of the North…

Olmert is Waiting for Ravitz By Ruth Sinai (Haaretz)

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“If a commission of inquiry is established, it will have to conclude that by his failure to appoint a minister of social affairs, Olmert left the civilian population to its own devices.”


In a meeting at the Prime Minister’s Office during the war, one of the participants remarked that there is no minister of social affairs. “What do you mean, there is no minister of social affairs?” Prime Minister Ehud Olmert snapped. “I am the minister of social affairs.” Olmert’s response reflects cynicism and insensitivity, for which no declarations about his deep concern for the civilian population and his commitment to rehabilitating the north can atone. His comment is as much in need of an official examination as are other matters.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Shabbos War News…

No Injuries in Kassam Rocket Attack

Report: IDF Forces Operating near Karni Crossing

IDF Uncovers, Detonates Weapons Cache in Lebanon


“The cache included Katyusha rockets, launchers and anti-tank missiles, Army Radio reported.”

IAF Destroys Weapons Storehouse in the Gaza Strip


“The storehouse, destroyed by the strike, was located in a domestic home belonging to a Hamas member.”

IDF Operating in Shechem, Gaza and Elsewhere


“Several explosive devices were thrown at soldiers and at least one PA Arab was killed as he threw a bomb.”  [...]  Click here to read more.

The People’s Commission of Inquiry: General Elections …

The Necessary Accounting By Caroline Glick

“Olmert and his colleagues require the fiction of Abbas as a moderate leader and the fiction of Fatah as a moderate counterweight to Hamas to justify their planned policy of retreating from Judea and Samaria.

It becomes self-evident that both the demand for Olmert, Peretz and Halutz to resign and the demand that an accounting be made of the mistakes that led Israel to its strategic defeat in Lebanon are necessary.

The only way that the proper lessons can be drawn is for the current military and political leadership to be replaced by alternative leaders capable of understanding the nature of the threats that surround us. For both objectives to be achieved, the only commission of inquiry that should be established is the inquiry of the citizens of the state that takes place in general elections.” [...]  Click here to read more.

Israeli Delegation to French Minister on Expulsion: “We are Israelis. Those being expelled are Jews.”

Reserve Commanders Call for State Inquiry Into War

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“The Forum of Reserves Brigade and Battalion Commanders called for the establishment of a state commission of inquiry on Friday.

The Forum wants the commission to examine three issues related to the war in the North: the use of force during the fighting, the care for reserve forces and the management of the home front.

The forum also called for an investigation into claims of confusion in the orders given to troops and the apparent lack of definition of the aims of the war.” [...]  Click here to read more.

Friday War News…

2 Explosive Devices Detonated Near IDF in Nablus


“Near IDF troops operating in Nablus in an operation aimed at arresting wanted Palestinians. Some Palestinians opened fire on Israeli forces in Jenin. No one was harmed in either attack.”

Kassam Fired at Western Negev; No One Hurt

IAF Strikes Gaza Home of Aksa Brigades Operative

Air Force Carried Out Strike on Gaza Weapons Storehouse

IDF Arrests Six Terrorists Overnight

Shots fired at IDF Force Near Jenin; No One Hurt


“The army asserted that the home was also used to store weapons.” [...]  Click here to read more.

Preparedness to Expel Jews Vs Total Unpreparedness and Incompetence of Government to Fight Sworn Enemies of Jews…

The First Punic War of Lebanon by Elyakim Haetzni (Israel National News)

When the complaints of reservists reached the media to the effect that the IDF was not able to supply them with, among other things, water, I recalled images from the nightmare of the expulsion from Gush Katif; images of policemen and soldiers wearing their best expulsion outfits, with a stylish, uniform water bottle clipped on their backs. It was another piece of equipment of an organized and well-equipped army – but only for the oppression and expulsion of “the enemy within,” the settlers.  [...]  Click here to read more.