Tag: Israel

Jordan’s king warns Israel on Jerusalem ‘red line’

In talks with Spanish PM, King Abdullah urges international community ‘to act firmly against any Israeli measures aimed at changing identity of Holy City’

Jordan’s King Abdullah II warned Israel of “disastrous repercussions” if it crosses a “red line” on Jerusalem, in talks on Friday with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero.

Israeli Firm Patents Unmanned Helicopter

Muslim terrorists’ newest nightmare? Steadicopter, an Israeli company, has developed an unmanned helicopter using patented technology that enables the chopper to stay stable while airborne. The new technology was on display at ISDEF 3 – the third annual Israel defense show, currently being held at Tel Aviv’s fairgrounds.

The Wall and the Mausoleum

If practice contradicts theory can Zionism thrive?

The October Revolution, which gave rise to the Soviet empire, took place in November 1917, the date of the Balfour Declaration that gave rise to the Jewish State. We used to take pride in the fact that while that revolution passed from the world, ours is flourishing. Really? Jews in Israel have not abandoned the Zionist mission.

Like it or not, the Temple Mount is Key to Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Here we go again. As Jews celebrate in their tens of thousands the festival of Booths, Succot, religious extremists like Sheikh Raed Salah incite Palestinian masses to recapture Jerusalem with “blood and fire.” Not to be outdone, the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah rushed in to pour fuel on the fire as it protests a “plan by Jews to perform religious rituals” on the Temple Mount,’ and called on the international community to “force Israel to put off its attempts to take over Jerusalem.”

Israeli navy to deploy robot craft

The Israeli navy will shortly begin deploying unmanned craft along the Mediterranean coast, particularly off the Hamas-held Gaza Strip in the south and Lebanon in the north where Hezbollah guerrillas operate. These highly maneuverable unmanned surface vehicles, operated by remote control from land stations, can carry out a wide range of missions, such as patrolling coastal waters to counter gun-running and infiltration with less prospect of being detected than the much larger manned vessels.