Benajmin Netanyahu

'We'll Fight Until Tunnels Destroyed'

In a televised speech Monday night, Netanyahu said to prepare for a 'continued operation.'

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Jerusalem — Israel will not end its operation in Gaza before destroying all the Hamas-built tunnels, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an address to the nation.

Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed international community on Monday night. Wikipedia Commons.

Israel Launches Gaza Ground War

Mission to strike at terrorist tunnels after 10 days of airstrikes.

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Israeli troops crossed into the Gaza Strip Thursday evening to launch a ground offensive against Hamas terrorists who had unleashed a blistering tirade of rockets into Israel following a five-hour cease-fire requested by the United Nations for humanitarian purposes.

Hamas reportedly fired more than 100 rockets as soon as the cease-fire ended at 3 p.m. The Israeli military said two homes were damaged in the fusillade, 10 rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system and the others landed in open areas.

Israel begins ground invasion in Gaza. Wikimedia Commons

Eating Bacon

Every Move A Gamble

Three key interrelated efforts are underway on Iran, Syria and Israeli-Palestinian peace.

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At the outset of this new year, I’m reminded of the line from “All About Eve,” the classic 1950 film about ambition and betrayal on Broadway: “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.”

Gary Rosenblatt

Actor Chuck Norris Endorses Netanyahu


In a somewhat bizarre turn of events, 1980s action-film and TV icon Chuck Norris has issued an endorsement of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

Israel does not directly elect its prime minister, but a nominee, generally from the majority party,  is named by the president and submitted for approval from the Knesset. Netanyahu is head of the current majority party Likud.

Norris has become something of a popular culture icon in recent years and recently returned to the big screen last year's "The Expendables 2."

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