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Hugo’s Hezbollah

December 11, 2008

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has defied the United States unlike any other leader in the Western Hemisphere since Cuba’s Fidel Castro. Chavez has strong ties with state sponsors of terror, suppresses democracy at home, and has worked to destabilize his neighbors. Recently, Chavez has also helped the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah establish a base in […]

Would The Possibility of Hitting Fellow Palestinians Deter Rocket Attacks?

December 3, 2008

Palestinian rocket fire continues into Israel as the ceasefire nears collapse. Southern Israel was hit with at least four rockets on Wednesday and two on Tuesday. Analysts now warn that while the ceasefire offered a needed respite for Israel’s embattled south, it provided Hamas an opportunity to arm. Israel’s options now appear limited. The idea […]

Libya’s PR Ploy

December 1, 2008

Israel’s Navy today turned away a Libyan ship reportedly filled with humanitarian goods destined for the Gaza Strip. This was the first attempt by a foreign state to break Israel’s blockade of the Gaza coast. The boat’s arrival was preceded by days of publicity, led by Libyan strongman Moammar Gaddaffi, as a “siege defying mission.” […]

Iran’s Achilles Heel

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