These are serious and somber times for Israel. No question about it. And to make light of it would be foolish and shortsighted.
Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter (Kadima) caused quite a furor yesterday when he advocated withdrawing from the Golan Heights in the interests of
Today I am feeling just a slight ray of optimism, that things are not quite as bad as they have been seeming. Maybe
Friday night a commando unit from Sayeret Matkal (General Staff Reconnaissance Unit) executed an operation in Baalbek, in the Bakaa Valley; the IDF
Looking for the silver lining.
Looks like Olmert’s "convergence" plan, which called for unilateral pullback in Judea-Samaria, may be dead (please G-d!).
Mindful of all those who wait for these reports, I will continue to send them out to the best of my ability. But,
Difficult to know what to begin with, or how to describe the lunacy I am observing:
— Lebanon my be on the verge
We are ending the first day of the ceasefire in Lebanon.
Here in Israel we really didn’t expect it to hold even
Nothing is simple, and that goes double for occurrences in Lebanon at the moment. What seems to be the case, may not be,