Thursday July 24, 2014
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Gaza operation is moving ahead, says Netanyahu
Prime minister tells U.K. foreign secretary: We will do whatever it takes to protect Israel's citizens As PM speaks, Hamas fires rockets into central Israel, aiming for airport IDF death toll rises to 32 Yaakov Peri: Truce unlikely by weekend.
Yoav Limor | 'An operation? This is war'
Will Hamas play the wild card and force Israel into a situation in which it must, against its declared intentions, deepen its Gaza campaign even further?
Maj. Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror | Decision time approaching
Israel must decide whether it is willing to tolerate a chronic Hamas threat or risk a complex, difficult operation to be rid of it.
Michael Oren | The international media's sin
Foreign reporters must not let themselves become pawns in Hamas' murderous strategy.
Dr. Haim Shine | No ties in war
History has proven that there is no peace for weak Jews.
Sarah N. Stern | About that 'proportionality' thing
Hamas does not have the ability to defeat Israel on the battlefield, and that is why they are cynically using their own civilian lives to win the public relations battle.
David M. Weinberg | Of friends and foes
In wartime, Israel has (re)discovered both friend and foe, and those who skulk in a morally dubious middle ground.
Boaz Bismuth | Israel, the beautiful and strong
Hamas did not realize that while our external appearance may have changed, our DNA remains the same.
Dan Margalit | A mixture of pride and sadness
This war's protagonists are exposed even as they remain anonymous.
FAA lifts Ben-Gurion flight restrictions
FAA lifts ban imposed on flights to and from Ben-Gurion International Airport PM Benjamin Netanyahu meets former NYC Mayor Bloomberg after latter flies to Israel in show of support Transportation minister: U.S. airlines shouldn't reward terrorism.
Israel tells UN Human Rights Council to 'get lost'
Council's decision to investigate possible Israeli war crimes in Gaza draws harsh responses from Israeli officials PMO: The decision is a farce, they should probe Hamas State Department: U.S. will stand up for Israel even if it means standing alone.
Dr. Aviad Hacohen | The UN never changes
The U.N. Human Rights Council has no real power, but it is skilled at spewing venom and sowing hatred of Israel.
'Hamas will not accept cease-fire if blockade not lifted'
"The resistance will not give up its arms unless Israel gives up its arms and the occupation ends," says Hamas political bureau chief Khaled Mashaal PA President Mahmoud Abbas proposes five day cease-fire with Israel-Hamas negotiations in Cairo.
30,000 attend Mount Herzl funeral of US-born IDF soldier
In a powerful display of unity, tens of thousands of Israelis attend the funeral of Sgt. Max Steinberg, the Golani Brigade soldier from Los Angeles who fell in battle in Gaza Steinberg's sister: The people of Israel are one big family.
Gidon Ben-Zvi | 'Redemption Song' of the lone soldier
What possesses a young man to leave behind all that is good and familiar to embrace a destiny that is at best uncertain, at worst tragic?
Country mourns deaths of three paratroopers
Lt. Paz Eliyahu, 22, Staff Sgt. Li Mat, 19, and Staff Sgt. Shahar Dauber, 20, killed in Gaza on Wednesday after entering a home rigged with explosives Armored Corps officers Capt. Dmitri Levitas and Lt. Natan Cohen, killed Tuesday, laid to rest.
Israelis come together to support the troops
Hundreds demonstrate in support of troops in Carmiel and Daliyat al-Carmel Druze town celebrates heroic action of Golani Brigade commander, touting eternal blood bond with the State of Israel Chief rabbis lead mass prayer rally in Jerusalem.
Republican senator asks if flight ban is boycott of Israel
"The facts suggest that President Obama has just used a federal regulatory agency to launch an economic boycott on Israel," Sen. Ted Cruz says State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf calls the Texas senator's comments "ridiculous and offensive."
Rockets found at UN school in Gaza go missing
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expresses "outrage and regret" that rockets were placed in a U.N.-run school in Gaza, demands full review of such incidents Ban says civilian lives are endangered by such actions.
ANALYSIS: House of God or Palestinian arsenal?
As long as it is beneficial to use mosques as bases of terrorism, Palestinians will continue to do so -- and to lie about it.
Rivlin to be sworn in as Peres concludes presidential term
President-elect Reuven Rivlin to become Israel's 10th president Thursday afternoon in a relatively modest inauguration ceremony Peres dedicates last days in office to comforting bereaved families of fallen soldiers, visiting southern Israel.
Iran's supreme leader calls to annihilate Israel, but not Jews
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in first speech since Israel launched Operation Protective Edge to combat Hamas terrorism in Gaza, calls for an end to this "cold-blooded murderous regime" Says call to wipe out Israel doesn't mean exterminating Jews in region.
Despite war, flight crisis, El Al refuses to reduce ticket prices
Oblivious to distress of thousands of Israelis stranded aboard over FAA's flight ban to Israel, El Al refuses to reduce exorbitant prices Israel Consumer Council blast El Al's cynical use of situation CEO: Prices set according to tourism season.
Pro-Palestinian rioters attack Maccabi Haifa players in Austria
Turkish immigrants rush field in second half of pre-season friendly, begin hitting Israeli players Maccabi Haifa director-general: The most important thing is that the players are safeWe are concerned with sports, not politics.