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Israels Worst Fears

U.S. ambassador says the big threat is that Iran has almost enough fuel for its first nuclear weapon. Sallai Meridor has been Israel’s ambassador to the United States since 2006. During that time, his government’s main strategic worry has been Iran, and that remains so today despite the fighting in Gaza. Israel warns that Iran […]

U.S. Intelligence Official – This Is Just The Beginning

Northeast Intelligence Network director Doug Hagmann interviewed a highly-placed U.S. intelligence official late yesterday who not only confirmed rumors about escalated and more intensive Israeli military operations against the Muslim terrorists in Gaza, warned of the increasing probability of abandonment of Israel by the U.S. and other Western countries based on what he termed “malicious […]

Gaza Rockets Put Israel’s Dimona Nuclear Plant In Battle Zone

There were growing fears in Israel last night that Hamas missiles could threaten its top-secret nuclear facility at Dimona. Rocket attacks from Gaza have forced Israelis to flee in ever greater numbers and military chiefs have been shaken by the size and sophistication of the militant group’s arsenal. In Beersheba, until a few days ago […]

Israel Ground Assault On The Gaza Strip Looks Increasingly Possible

At least 307 people have now been killed since Israeli bombers began carrying out strikes on the highly populated territory, Palestinian emergency services have said. Around 1,000 more including civilians and children caught up in the carnage are said to have been wounded. Israel launched the offensive to stop Gaza’s militant body Hamas firing rocket […]

Israel Concerned Over U.S. Policy Changes

Israel believes the US will change its policy towards the Middle East, when Barack Obama becomes the next president. Top Israeli officials have held a series of meetings to prepare for the Obama administration. In the public eye, Israeli politicians have been quick to hail Barack Obama’s election as the 44th President of the United […]