With so much that must be done at home in the United States, why does America send so much of its resources to Israel? It’s a fair question, but according to U.S. Gen Chuck Wald, America doesn’t spend enough on Israel. Watch to understand why.
Israel Defense Forces
Yesterday, Ari Fuld, 45, beloved husband and father to four children, was murdered by an IslamoNazi.
Though stabbed in the back, Ari courageously drew his weapon, pursued his attacker, and managed to shoot and wound the cowardly IslamoNazi before collapsing from his wounds. (CCTV of the incident here)
Ari was rushed to Shaarei Tzedek hospital where tragically he passed away.
Ari Fuld was an amazing man.
My wife Karen spent time with him on her last visit to Israel.
It’s no secret that the various Israeli secret services are quite effective.
Ronen Bergman’s doorstopper of a book, Rise and Kill First: The Inside Story and Secret Operations of Israel’s Assassination Program, concentrates, obviously, on the enemies of the Jewish State who are chosen for assassination.
Bergman chronicles the awkward birth pangs of the intelligence services in pre-state Israel to the high-tech machinery that is now in motion.
The IslamoNazis who call themselves Palestinians and who live in the IslamoNazi/Palestinian state of Gaza, ruled by Hamas, a terrorists gang, have been organizing violent riots on Israel’s border for the past few weeks.
The ostensible purpose of the riots is the march to return.
Return meaning to the state of Israel.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s relationship with Vladimir Putin is unusually complex.
However, within the layers of political and military considerations is, on Putin’s side, a little known personal connection. When Putin was a child he had a grade school teacher who made a huge impression on him. She took an interest in little Putin and encouraged him in positive ways. The teacher was Jewish. Putin never forgot her kindness. In fact, Putin purchased a lovely apartment in Tel Aviv as a gift to his old teacher. Perhaps, just perhaps, this relationship has made the Russian tyrant more receptive to the security needs of the Jewish state.
J.E. Dyer is a retired Naval Intelligence officer who lives in Southern California.
I have been following her work for a while and a few years ago Karen and I attended one of her lectures. She is smart, blessedly undramatic, and extremely knowledgable about military matters and the geopolitics of the Mideast.
Her analysis of the latest Israeli raid into Syria is superb.
Iranian forces in southern Syria launched 20 rockets at Israel in the Golan Heights on the night of 9 May (10 May in Israel). Now Israel appears to have launched a counter operation, whose goal is probably to significantly disable Iranian capabilities in Syria. The scope of the targeting, just in the first few hours, indicates a broad-scale, preemptive interdiction.