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August 15, 2006

TIE & TIMEOUT??

In the wake of the Hezbollah war, the state of Israel now has much soul-searching to do.

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August 14, 2006

THE DAY AFTER

Except for one isolated incident, the ceasefire in Lebanon appears to be holding. Israeli soldiers did open fire at approaching Hezbollah guerrillas. On the first day of the cease-fire, civilians on both side of the border are starting to return to their homes.

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August 13, 2006

RACE AGAINST KATYUSHAS

The race is on - 30,000 IDF troops are now trying to drive the Hezbollah Katyusha threat out of range of Israel before the cease-fire takes effect on Monday morning. So far the terrorists have hit Israeli population centers with over 3,600 rockets. Meanwhile, both Israel's PM Ehud Olmert and Hezbollah's Hassan Nasrallah say they accept UN resolution 1701 for a cease-fire.

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August 11, 2006

OLMERT UNDER FIRE

The emerging U.S. - French resolution at the U.N. is arousing sharp criticism in Israel. Politicians from the coalition and opposition as well as the media are blasting the cease-fire proposal as well as Prime Minister Olmerts conduct of the war.

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August 08, 2006

THE WAR & POLITICS

Israel considers whether to continue its limited search and clear tactics against Hezbollah guerrillas near the border or to expand the ground operation to the Litani river.

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August 07, 2006

SEIZE THE HIGH GROUND

On Sunday, Hezballah launched its fiercest rocketing attack of the war. Twelve IDF soldiers were killed and twenty wounded near Kibbutz Kfar Giladi inside Israel. During the day, some one hundred and fifty Katyusha rockets pummeled Galilee causing extensive damage. Later in the evening, longer range Fajr rockets with one hundred kilograms of explosives were launced from inside the Lebanese port of Tyre into the Israeli port of Haifa. Three Israeli civilians were killed and scores were wounded.

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August 03, 2006

HENRY AND HEZBOLLAH

More Hezbollah rockets and more Israeli troops - that's what is characterizes the current stage of the war as both sides battle for victory before an internationally imposed cease-fire.

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August 02, 2006

WHO IS WINNING THE WAR?

While the war escalates between Israel and Hezbollah, the debate has begun over who is winning. Both Prime Minister Olmert and Sheik Nasrallah say they have no doubt about the outcome. But in Israel, the issue is not clear-cut.

 

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August 01, 2006

IDF HEADS FOR THE LITANI

When Prime Minister Ehud Olmert declared there is no cease-fire, IDF ground forces had started a push to the Litani River in southern Lebanon. Olmert served notive that he is determined to drive Hezbollah out of Katyusha rocket range.

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July 31, 2006

Israel to restrict its air operations for 48 hours

Defense Minister Peretz was addressing a special session of the Knesset - in the visitors gallery were many IDF soldiers who came from the war in Lebanon. After an Israeli air strike lead to the killing of more than fifty civilians in the Lebanese village of Qana, Israel has agreed to restrict its air operations for forty-eight hours. The decision was taken during the visit of U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Jerusalem.

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July 26, 2006

HIGHEST ISRAELI FATALITIES

In South Lebanon, intense fighting flared up when IDF troops moved into the Hezbollah stronghold of Bint Jbail to clear out the remaining guerrillas. At least ten IDF Soldiers were hit. But despite the high casualties, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that the IDF operation would continue.

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July 25, 2006

ISRAEL, U.S. & LEBANON

After their meeting in Jerusalem, U.S. Secretary Condoleezza Rice and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert apparently saw eye to eye on the need to drive Hezbollah out of south Lebanon from where it has been rocketing more than one million Israeli citizens across the border.

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July 18, 2006

ISRAEL SEEKS TIME

In a speech to the nation, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert sounded loud and clear that Israel is in a fight to the finish with Hezbollah. While the Israel Defense Forces and Hezbollah guerillas continue to slug it out, the Israeli public shows strong support for the Prime Minister. How is the campaign developing on the ground and in the air? Is any end in sight as international mediators start arriving in capitals of the Middle East?

 

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July 17, 2006

IDF STRATEGY

In spite of the Hezbollah rockets still hitting Israel, IDF Chief of Staff Dan Halutz says the Jewish state is winning the war. General Halutz was briefing the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense committee in Jerusalem.

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July 12, 2006

ISRAEL GOES TO WAR

Israel prepares to respond in force to the deadly Hezbollah attack from south Lebanon The cross border raid that abducted another two Israeli soldiers has further escalated the current crisis with Hamas in the Gaza Strip in the south. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has left no doubt that Israel will hit not only Hezbollah but also Lebanese targets in reaction to the unprovoked attack from Lebanon.

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July 07, 2006

OAKS OF BASHAN

When former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon evacuated all Israeli soldiers and settlers from the Gaza Strip last August, the idea was that Israel would be able to defend herself from the international border. That clearly is not the case today. Israels new leader Ehud Olmert has launched Operation Oaks of Bashan to try and suppress the Palestinian rockets that now target the town of Ashqelon for the first time. David Essing reports from the Knesset:

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June 30, 2006

SAVING CORPORAL SHALIT

The standoff continued between Israel and the Palestinians in the wake of the Palestinian onslaught from the Gaza Strip. After launching more than six hundred Qassam rockets after Israels total evacuation last summer, the terrorists carried out a cross border raid into Israel killing two soldiers and abducting Corporal Gilad Shalit. On the West Bank, terrorists kidnapped and murdered eighteen-year-old Eliyahu Ashri. After giving the Palestinian authorities forty-eight hours to return the soldier, Israel launched operation Summer Rain into the Gaza Strip.

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June 19, 2006

TOTAL HALT TO QASSAMS

Defense Minister Amir Peretz and several senior IDF officers have briefed the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on the Palestinian rocketing from the Gaza Strip. Peretz made clear in no uncertain terms that there must be a total halt to the launching of Qassams or else he will order the IDF to step up its counter-terror strikes. Peretz is facing mounting pressure and Mayor Eli Moyal from his hometown of Sderot has called on him to resign.

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June 18, 2006

DOVE IN DEFENSE MINISTRY

How has Israels new defense minister Amir Peretz handled the current escalation in Palestinian rocketing in the Gaza Strip? Peretz, the dovish Labor Party leader, makes his home in Sderot, that has been the main target of the Qassams launched just a few miles away. The tragic killing of seven Palestinian family members on the Gaza beach has also focused attention on how Israel should cope with indiscriminate Palestinian rocketing of Israeli civilians.

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June 15, 2006

PALESTINIAN PERFIDY

First Hamas declared it is ready for a week long ceasefire with Israel if the IDF halts its targeting of Hamas. The offer came from Hamas headquarters in Damascus. However, within several hours the Palestinians fire five more Qassam rockets into the Israeli town of Sderot. After winning the election in January, Hamas has formed the official Palestinian government. But its predecessor Fatah, which is headed by President Mahmoud Abbas, and another group the Islamic Jihad claim responsibility for the latest rocketing.

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