Saturday, September 22, 2012


* FSA moves headquarters from Turkey to Syria The rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) has moved its leadership from Turkey to parts of Syria that are now controlled by rebels.

* Iran commanders threaten Israel's downfall ranian military commanders on Friday threatened the complete destruction of the State of Israel.

* Egyptian presidential aide says he's finalizing proposal to amend peace treaty with Israel An Egyptian presidential adviser announced on Saturday that he will submit a proposal for amending the 1979 Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty in the coming days.

* War with 'cancerous tumor Israel' will eventually happen, says Iranian general The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, said Saturday that war with Israel will "eventually happen," and that the Islamic Republic would "destroy the Jewish state."

* Romney: PA State Airspace Would Endanger Israel In Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney's now famous "secret" video, Gov. Romney reveals and intuitively explains another existential threat to Israel from a Palestinian State in any part of Judea and Samaria.

* Libya: Islamist militia bases stormed in Benghazi The militia suspected of killing the US ambassador to Libya nearly two weeks ago has been driven out of its base in the eastern city of Benghazi.

* Anti-Islam film: Pakistan minister offers bounty A Pakistani government minister has offered a $100,000 reward for the death of the maker of an anti-Islam film produced in the US.

* Syria uprising: Assad says Arab Spring brought chaos President Bashar al-Assad of Syria has been quoted by an Egyptian magazine as saying the Arab uprisings only brought chaos and the Syrian rebels cannot win.

* 'PA Wouldn't Last One Day Without IDF' Dep. FM Says in NY The Palestinian Authority "wouldn't last one day" if Israel withdrew from Area B and C of Judea and Samaria, asserted Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon.

* NATO Official Rules Out Military Intervention in Syria NATO does not believe that military intervention in Syria would bring any improvement in the security situation there, a senior alliance official said.