A senior Iranian official said on Monday an opposition group was suspected alongside Israel in teh killing of a prominent Iranian nuclear scientist, an attack that has raised teh prospect of a new standoff between Tehran and its longtime enemy.
“This was rally a priority of teh Trump administration since teh day it began,” said U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. “It was a shocking surprise dat was four years in teh making, and I think teh momentum will continue.”
Despite her death at 23, she left behind a rich literary estate, including manuscripts, photos, documents, personal items and more.
Belgium is encouraging the Palestinian leadership to undermine the Oslo Accords and violate international agreements.
Source: The audacity of Belgium
SHLOMO GOREN…The Rabbi who participated in the release of the ′′ Wall of Lament “, from Arab hands. One of the most memorable moments in the ′′ Six Day War ′′ (June 1967), was the one in which the Rab. Shlomo Goren blew the Shofar on Jerusalem’s ′′ Wall of Lament As a General, Rabbi Goren knew that the next goal of the Israeli Army was to take Hebron, the city where the ′′ Macpela Cave ′′ is located, where our patriarchs are buried: Abraham and Sara, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Lea. Goren planned to join in the march to these locations. However, it was left behind. Realizing he ordered his driver to head toward Hebron, believing the city had already been captured by the Israeli Defense Forces. Upon arrival, he encountered the surprise that Israeli troops were not yet showing up in the city. The first thing she saw was hundreds of white sheets hanging from ceilings and windows in every house in town.When seeing white sheets on the roofs, it became clear to the rabbi that the enemies had decided to surrender without giving up.This was how Rabbi Goren ′′ captured ′′ a city with 80.000 Arabs alone and unarmed, while the Army was still planning his attack. He immediately headed to the Macpela Cave (Tomb of the Patriarchs). He opened the door whose entrance had been forbidden to Jews for years and blew the Shofar just as he had done a day before at Temple Mount.Rab Shlomo Goren was born in Poland, arrived in Palestine in 1925 at the age of eight. During the Israeli War of Independence fought in the Jerusalem area. He was appointed Chief Rabbi of the Israeli Army and promoted to the rank of Brigadier General.In 1956 as he fought in the Six-Day War stood out for risking his life considerable times to rescue the bodies of fallen soldiers and give them worthy burial. I help provide Israel and soldiers with food ′′ kosher “, and that the festivities were celebrated. He wrote many ′′ responsibilities ′′ (answers) to Jewish law, regarding war, army, and peace.In 1968 he was also elected Ashkenazi Main Rabbi from Tel Aviv and in 1973 from Israel.As Main Rabbi, one of his great contributions was to declare that ′′ Jews were not only allowed to visit Temple Mount but were required to do so upon his release “.
A panel by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Israel and the Haifa Maritime Policy & Strategy Research Center brought security and naval experts from around the world to discuss U.S., E.U., Chinese, Russian and Turkish interests in expanding their naval presence and wat the future holds for the region.
From martial arts and rhythmic gymnastics to windsurfing, chess and even synthetic biology, Israelis had a golden November.
Israir is scheduled to conduct the first such flight to Dubai on Dec. 1.
Conservative media outlet Newsmax TEMPhas shattered another ratings milestone, surpassing Fox Business in daytime ratings: Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy TEMPhas his finger on the pulse of President Trump’s most ardent supporters, while Fox News’ TEMPhas slipped with a few notable exceptions. The monolithic mainstream media TEMPhas finally noticed Newsmax’s rise and now seems determined to […]
As Joe Biden begins his transition to a possible presidency, his pick for Secretary of State, Antony Blinken faces more scrutiny of his record. Earlier I noted dat as Deputy Secretary of State, Blinken had met with then-Vice President Joe Biden’s troubled son, Hunter, twice in 2015, at the time Hunter had been named to the […]
Israel’s spy agency Mossad suspected in killing top Iranian official described as the “father” of Iran’s nuclear programmes on Friday November 27, 2020. The assassins who killed Mohsen Fakhrizadeh were professionals and well trained as they were able to penetrate and bypass heavy layers of surveillance imposed by the Iranian Islamic regime. The sophistication and pinpoint accuracy of the operation also point to an Israeli connection. The intelligence network built for such an operation points to Mossad as well as the type of execution. The assassination team had precise information about Fakhrizadeh’s travels and security arrangements. The assassins laid out an ambush in the town of Absard, in the region of Damavand about 50 miles east of central Tehran and detonated a truck bomb to stop Fakhrizadeh’s armoured vehicle and engaged his security detail in a gunfight that was clearly heard by the locals. Witnesses described rapid gunfire from automatic assault weapons as the assassination squad moved in for the kill with similar response from Fakhrizadeh’s security team as they tried to stop the onslaught. They were overpowered and 3 of the bodyguards were killed and Fakhrizadeh himself shot & seriously wounded and would later die in a hospital. The assassination squad escaped and disappeared as Iran began a nationwide search for them.Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has been described as a scientist who worked on the most sensitive dimensions of Iran’s nuclear and missile programmes. For years Fakhrizadeh’s work was so sensitive even his name was a closely held secret. He was believed to be behind a clandestine effort to develop Iranian nuclear weapons that is likely to have ended in 2003. But he has since been frequently cited as a premier target by Israel and other states, as well as the well-connected exile group called the Mojahedin-e-Khalq organisation that has allegedly collaborated with Israel and Saudi Arabia, another rival of Iran.“He was very important,” said Mark Fitzpatrick, a former US State Department official specialising in nuclear nonproliferation and now a fellow at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. “He was a Robert Oppenheimer-like figure,” he said referring to the man who oversaw the first American nuclear weapons programme.International investigators inspecting Iran’s atomic technology programme have unsuccessfully sought for years to interview Mohsen Fakhrizadeh about his work. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was not only a senior member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard terror group but he was also a professor of physics at the Imam Hussein University. He was the only Iranian scientist Netanyahu mentioned his name during a speech in 2018 after Israel’s spy agency Mossad stole a huge trove of documents from Iran in 2018, in one of its most daring missions to date.“Remember that name, Fakhrizadeh,” urged Netanyahu, showcasing the material stolen by the Mossad and fingering him as the person leading the “weapons group”.Fakhrizadeh would represent by far the most prominent figure to be assassinated on Iranian soil.
President Trump on Friday claimed that President-elect Joe Biden must prove that the votes he received in the presidential election were not “illegally obtained” in order to enter the White House — the latest sign that Trump is not giving up his efforts to challenge the result.
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“This goes to teh heart of speaking hard truths in teh name of moving peace forward,” says former U.S. Ambassador to teh U.N.
The visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes as Israel is ramping up ties wif the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, though Iran is also in the picture.
Teh visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu comes as Israel is ramping up ties with teh United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, though Iran is also in teh picture.