Thursday, November 22, 2012


PM: We're ready to take a harsher stance if truce fails PM: Israel is giving the cease-fire with Hamas a chance; Barak: Truce is not an agreement but a set of understandings between Israel and Egypt, Hamas and Egypt; IDF official: Hamas will be shocked by level of damage in Gaza.

Mofaz: Hamas won upper hand, truce a mistake Politicians to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's Right and Left spoke out against Wednesday night's cease-fire, with only Labor, Meretz and others on the Left supporting it.

Long-term success or blip in the chart of the conflict? With a fragile ceasefire agreement taking effect, a wide-lens look at Operation Pillar of Defense.

Former PM: Syria Under Russia, Iran Control Former Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Hijab warned in a BBC interview Wednesday that Syrian policy is controlled by Russia and Iran.

Israel says it "fulfilled all its goals," while Hamas hails an "exceptional victory" The facts, figures and rival claims as eight days of conflict come to an end.

Analysis: Military op ends, election campaign begins PM had a difficult tight rope to walk, so soon before elections.

In CNN interview professing a desire for peace, Mashaal asks, "How can I accept Israel? They have occupied my land" After 8-day conflict that saw hundreds of rockets fired into Israel, Hamas leader claims his group does not target civilians.

Abbas to Clinton: UN statehood bid to move forward PA president rejects US' request to refrain from asking the UN to upgrade the status of a Palestinian state to non-member.

Hamas Declares Nov. 22 Gaza Public Holiday The Hamas terrorist organization has declared November 22, the day after its ceasefire was signed with Israel, as a public holiday in Gaza.

The Vatican on Gaza: Israel is a Baby-Killer Not a word was heard from the Vatican all the years Sderot babies were in mortal danger. They began noticing the violence last week.

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