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Monthly Archives: January 2008

Liveblogging the Latest – Saturday January 26th – Sunday January 27th

Here's a run down on what I missed this Jewish Sabbath... Israel has demanded that Egypt restore order in Rafah, and take action to prevent...

In Praise of Himself

In further evidence that Ha'aretz has completely lost the plot, they have published a piece from none other than anti-Israel blogger Richard Silverstein. The piece...

Picture of the Day

Rapper and producer Pharrell gets down with the Orthodox Jewish homeboys. According to TMZ: The wedding between Rachel and Tuvia Lind took place last month at...

Great Moments in UN History

During the discussion around yesterday's routine UNHRC one-sided condemnation of Israel came this exchange, which pretty much says it all about how serious one...

Liveblogging the Latest – Friday January 25th

Egyptian border guards reportedly moved to close the border with the Gaza Strip this morning, forming a human shield and blocking the movement...

Liveblogging the Latest – Thursday January 24th

Hot on the heels of yet more confirmation that Hamas had planned the "Great Wall Blast of 2008" well in advance of Israel's so-called...

Finding Darwin

It looks like terror leaders are recruiting more and more Mr Beans. A would-be suicide bomber fell down a flight of stairs and blew himself...

Liveblogging the Latest – Wednesday January 23rd

Early this morning, terrorists blew holes in the concrete wall between Gaza and Egypt, allowing thousands of palestinians to cross over, while Egyptian guards...

Rafah Blasts Were Planned For Months

From Dion Nissenbaum of McClatchy Newspapers: Before dawn, Palestinian militants blew up and tore down large sections of the concrete and iron walls separating the...

Hamas Mimicking Arafat

Yasir Arafat was infamous for directing terror attacks while denying any responsibility as he used other front organizations to do the work. (And Arafat...

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