Flights by U.S. carriers in and out of Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International airport were to be allowed to resume at about 11:45 p.m. New York time, the Federal Aviation Administration said tonight in a statement.
Hamas rocket launchers in Gaza are complaining that “their God changes the path of our rockets in mid-air”. That is exactly how the God of the bible operates when His Holy Land is on the line.
“We are suspending operations to/from Tel Aviv until further notice,” said United Spokeswoman Jennifer Dohm. “We are working with government officials to ensure the safety of our customers and our employees and will continue to evaluate the situation.
President George H. Bush promoted and proudly signed the infamous Oslo Accord at the Madrid Peace Conference on October 30, 1991. The very next day, disaster struck America.
Tens of thousands protested in London Saturday afternoon against Israel’s military operations in Gaza, denouncing Israel as a terrorist state and castigating British Prime Minister David Cameron for backing Israel’s right to self-defense against Hamas rocket fire.
Netanyahu’s office says purpose of mission is to destroy terror tunnels and seriously harm the infrastructure of Hamas and other terrorist organizations in Gaza.
Seventy thousand Gazans from Khan Younis and Deir el-Balah were in the dark Sunday night after a Hamas rocket hit the power line that supplies electricity to those places. It’s not clear when Israel Electric Company workers will be able to repair the system, but they are apparently in no rush to do so.
Despite denials by Hamas, there is growing evidence that the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria ISIS — also known as “The Islamic State” — has begun operating in the Gaza Strip.
Three explosions are heard in Jerusalem after Code Red sirens blare in the capital. Sirens are also heard in Binyamina and Kibbutz Ma’agan Michael in northern Israel, Rishon Lezion in central Israel and Ashdod in southern Israel.
The Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepted a projectile over Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening. The Code Red siren sounded in all of Gush Dan, including the central Israeli cities of Petah Tikva, Lod and Givatayim.
Israel launches ‘Protective Edge’ counteroffensive on Gaza, Hamas responds with rockets
The Israeli army has shifted its readiness in order to address an escalation in the ongoing conflict with the Gaza Strip. Military officials say about 200 rockets have been fired at southern Israel since the start of the operation.
More than 30 rockets pounded southern Israeli communities on Monday, with one Grad rocket reaching as far as Beersheba. The Eshkol and Sha’ar Hanegev areas were heavily hit by rocket fire on Thursday morning and afternoon.
Riots broke out in several locations throughout the capital, with hundreds of Arab youths hurling stones and makeshift Molotov cocktails at police officers. Police blocked all the roads leading from East Jerusalem neighborhood’s to the city’s western half.
Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip over the southern city of Ashkelon and the Sdot Negev Regional Council on Wednesday evening, the IDF confirmed.
The IAF struck two terrorist sites in the Hamas-enclave of Gaza on Saturday, in response to the barrage of attacks emanating from the terror stronghold on Friday. Video of the strikes, which leveled a weapons manufacturing plant and a weapons storage cache in Gaza, was released by the IDF Spokesperson Unit on Saturday night.
Almost the entire Syrian side of the Golan Heights is now under the control of rebel forces, including radical Islamist groups, a senior Israeli military commander in the area said Friday.
The Israeli jets and artillary “Tamuz” missiles struck nine targets belonging to the Syrian military early on Monday, in response to a cross-border missile attack which killed an Israeli boy and injured two men on Sunday.
Loud explosions echoed across Gaza early Sunday morning, as Israeli planes bombed sites in the Palestinian enclave, hours after at least two rockets were shot at Israel.
Jews in France are fleeing by the thousands to return to their ancestral home of Israel, and Jerusalem it’s capital. More than 5,000 are on track to leave this year, the most since after the Six-Day War in 1967.
There is no fear of God in the eyes of Israelis today. Yes, there is a form of “godliness”, but the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob are all but forgotten except as taglines on high holy days. There are those who retain some of the ancient creeds and rituals, but gone is the relationship that Israel had under King David.
Israel is to deploy three submarines equipped with nuclear cruise missiles in the Persian Gulf, the Sunday Times reported on Sunday.
A special committee headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s chief of staff, Harel Locker, has recommended a three-phase plan to all but do away with cash transactions in Israel.