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November 05, 2006

Author David Grossman

The internationally acclaimed Israeli author David Grossman, whose son was killed in the war between Israel and the Hezbollah, was the main speaker yesterday in the memorial rally marking the eleventh anniversary of the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Tens of thousands attended the rally, at 'Rabin square' in Tel-Aviv.

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November 02, 2006

RABIN'S LAST SAY

A short time before his assassination at a peace rally in Tel Aviv, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin discussed some of the key issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in an exclusive interview, part of which is now broadcast for the first time. It was one of Rabin's last in-depth interviews before he was shot dead by Yigal Amir on November 4th 1995.

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October 29, 2006

Ambassador Eban on Sinai Campaign

On October 30, 1956, the United States asked that an urgent meeting of the Security Council be convened to discuss the Middle East fighting. The US called for an immediate cease-fire and the withdrawal of Israeli troops and asked other countries to refrain from giving Israel military and economic assistance. The United States draft Resolution was vetoed by Britain and France. The Yugoslav delegate then asked for an emergency session of the General Assembly. When the Assembly met on 1 November, it heard the Israeli case from Ambassador Eban:

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August 18, 2006

THE WAR & REGION

What are the chances for the U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701 will be fully implemented? And how serious are this weeks implied threats by Syrian President Bashar Assad to take the Golan Heights by force? Professor Eyal Zisser presented his assessment on these and other issues in an interview with David Essing:

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August 04, 2006

UPPING THE ANTE

After warning civilians to evacuate the areas, Israeli jets again hit Hezbollah targets in Beirut. The air-strikes came just hours after Hezbollah leader Sheik Nasrallah warned he would rocket Tel Aviv if Beirut was targeted. 

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July 21, 2006

IDF ENTERS SOUTH LEBANON

As reported by IsraCast on July 13th, Israel is determined to drive Hezbollah out of the border region of south Lebanon. After warning Lebanese civilians to temporarily leave the area, IDF troops are now battling Hezbollah fighters in the area of Marun A-Ras village. In light of Tehran's all out support for Hezbollah, it is now apparent that Israel is now engaged in a de facto war with Iran and global terrorism.

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July 16, 2006

ISRAELI FREE-FIRE ZONE IN SOUTH LEBANON

Following the Hezbollah missile barrage that killed eight people and injuring dozens of others in Haifa, Israel is apparently going to establish a free fire zone in south Lebanon.

 

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June 11, 2006

GAZA VICTIMS

The explosion that killed seven Palestinians on the beach of Gaza has shocked Israel. Israelis were distressed by the possibility that an IDF shell had gone off target and wreaked havoc among the Ralia family that was enjoying a picnic.

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May 23, 2006

NO IDF CONQUEST OF GAZA

In a briefing to the Knesset Foreign Affairs & Defense Committee, IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Dan Halutz has assessed the Palestinian threat and the bloody feud between Hamas and Fatah. Gen. Halutz also disclosed that Iran could acquire a nuclear capability by the year 2009.

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May 15, 2006

SUPREME COURT & PALESTINIAN SPOUSES

In a landmark ruling, Israels Supreme Court has turned down a petition to revoke an Israeli law that bars citizenship to the Palestinian spouses of Israeli Arabs. Six judges ruled against the petition while five were in favor. The majority ruling held: The benefit to the security of Israeli residents takes precedence over any infringement to some of its Arab citizens who marry Palestinians and wish to live with their spouses in Israel. As the public debate raged over the issue, National Security Council chief Giora Eiland drew a comparison with other democracies in an interview with Israel radio.

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April 21, 2006

TERRORIST SECURITY CHIEF

The Hamas government has now appointed Jamal Abu Samhadana, a leading warlord in the Gaza Strip, to rebuild the Palestinian security apparatus. Samhadana founded the Popular Resistance Committees that carried out numerous deadly terror attacks over the years. Israel declares that it still wants Samhadana dead of alive. What are the implications to the surprise appointment by the Palestinian Authority now run by Hamas? IDF Brig. Gen. (res.) Shalom Harari is a senior analyst at the Counter-Terrorism Center at the Inter-Disciplinary Centre in Herzliya. In an interview with IsraCast, Harari assesses the current situation including this weeks suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. The general also explains why the IDF is finding it difficult to halt the launching of those Qassam rockets from the Gaza Strip.

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April 17, 2006

ISRAEL SEEKS NEW SOLUTIONS

Hours before Israeli Knesset members took their oath of office in Jerusalem, a Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself in Tel Aviv. The sixteen-year old member of Islamic Jihad picked a crowded shuarma snack bar. Within hours of the explosion, nine people were dead. More than sixty others were wounded.

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March 31, 2006

KEDUMIM & PALESTINIAN MUSICAL CHAIRS

The Palestinian suicide bombers keep coming - this time one got through. Disguised as an ultra- orthodox Heredi Jew, the terrorist blew up four Israelis who stopped to give him a ride near the settlement of Kedumim on the West Bank. The IDF responded by stepping up its counter-terror operations. The Fatah organization, officially lead by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), claimed credit for a brilliant and daring operation. This while the new Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh has been toning down Hamas rhetoric that includes a vow to exterminate Israel and the Jews. Dr. Dan Schueftan, a Middle East expert at Haifa University, analyzes the aftermath of the Kedumim bombing in this interview with David Essing:

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February 14, 2006

Shoshana Damari: Biography

Israel Mourns Shoshana Damari - the First Lady of Israeli Song, who Died Today at the Age of 83.

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January 20, 2006

TEHRAN, DAMASCUS, TEL AVIV & BIN LADEN

Is there a connection between the Iranian-Syrian backing for the latest Palestinian suicide bombing in Tel Aviv and Osama bin Laden's new threat to attack the U.S? There may not be at present, but if Iran is allowed to acquire nuclear weapons, it may be just a matter of time before terror organizations such as Al Qaeda and Islamic Jihad also go nuclear.

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January 16, 2006

Tzipi Livni - Facts and Bio

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December 30, 2005

HANUKKAH MIRACLE

During the holiday of Hanukkah, Israeli kids go on vacation and flock to many sites of entertainment. For Palestinian terrorists these are prime targets. At Tul Karem, one suicide bomber was intercepted with some fifteen kilos of explosives - as usual packed with pieces of steel to kill and maim as many Israelis as possible. Although the killer did not make it to the Tel Aviv, he still took a painful toll - the young IDF officer and his three men who stepped in to stop him.

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December 23, 2005

ASHKELON & HAMAS-STAN

In reaction to the latest Qassam rocketing of the Israeli town of Ashkelon, Israel is adopting a new security zone policy along the border of the Gaza Strip. Israeli artillery, aircraft and naval vessels will be stepping up their operations. However, Israeli forces will not re-enter the Gaza Strip, which was evacuated last summer. Israel is adopting new measures after a number of IDF troops were wounded when Qassams launched from Gaza slammed into the Ashkelon area again, this time hitting an army base. Dr. Dan Schueftan, a Middle East expert at Haifa University assessed various aspects of the situation with reporter David Essing:

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December 08, 2005

The dawn of cognitive technology

Cognitive technology is a new and evolving field which combines the interactive qualities of modern computers with the knowledge acquired by cognitive psychology to create tools that can preserve and improve our cognitive abilities. In this article, we chose to cover one of the pioneers in this field, the Israeli company CogniFit, which has developed a unique adaptive technology that enables its software to learn the users abilities, and based on this data, create a personalized cognitive training program.

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December 04, 2005

IRANIAN BOMB

IDF Chief of Staff Dan Halutz says he does not expect the current international effort will dissuade Iran from halting its nuclear weapons program. And also today, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon declared: 'Israel could not agree that Iran will become a nuclear power'. The PM was speaking at a joint news conference with former Labor party leader Shimon Peres who endorsed Sharon as the best leader to face the Iranian nuclear threat and the Palestinian issue.

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