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Courants religieux. Yesh Atid. Meir Dagan, Former Mossad Chief, Says Attack On Iran 'Stupidest Idea' He's Ever Heard. Jonathan Pollard. Lekem. Lekem, (also pronounced "Lakam") an acronym for ha-Lishka le-Kishrei Mada (Hebrew: הלשכה לקשרי מדע‎, Bureau of Scientific Relations), was an Israeli intelligence agency headed by spy-master Benjamain Blumberg (1957-1981), and by spy-master Rafi Eitan (1981-1986).


It collected scientific and technical intelligence abroad from both open and covert sources, particularly for Israel's nuclear program. It was disbanded in 1986 following the arrest of Jonathan Pollard for espionage on behalf of Israel. Pollard was a United States Navy intelligence employee in the Naval Antiterrorist Alert Center in Washington, D.C. He was paid for delivering large amounts of classified documents to Lekem agents. Pollard was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment.[1] The high proifile Pollard case was not the only problematic case for Lekem in 1985. Israel VS Palestine. Mofaz decries 'total anarchy' in. Opposition leader Shaul Mofaz (Kadima) demanded Sunday a meeting with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to discuss Iran in light of his many public statements on the issue.

Mofaz decries 'total anarchy' in

In a letter sent on Sunday evening, Mofaz wrote that there has been “total anarchy in the public discourse on the most intimate defense topic, which has become common practice for you and your government.” He said that the motives behind the “anarchy” are still unclear, but he is sure that they are not for the good of the country and hurt its security interests. “This is a new low in corrupt values in the history of Israeli government,” Mofaz wrote. He says it is doubtful military action will be effective in stopping the Iranian nuclear threat.

Such an attack would be limited, lack symmetry in the loss of life on each side, hurt the home front and weaken Israel’s international standing. An attack would be immoral and illogical under the current circumstances, he wrote. Mofaz demands clarifications from Netanyahu over his 'intention to lead Israel to war with Iran' The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories.

Pour la paix

Contre la guerre. Norman Finkelstein VS Shlomo Ben Ami : Débat au sommet sur la Palestine (2006) VOST. Shlomo Sand - « Comment j'ai cessé d'être juif » - Rencontre à l'iReMMO. Shlomo Sand : « L'idée de terre promise n'existe pas l'histoire du judaïsme » A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties, by Oded Yinon, translated by Israel Shahak. By Oded Yinon (with a foreword by, and translated by Israel Shahak) Foreword The following essay represents, in my opinion, the accurate and detailed plan of the present Zionist regime (of Sharon and Eitan) for the Middle East which is based on the division of the whole area into small states, and the dissolution of all the existing Arab states. I will comment on the military aspect of this plan in a concluding note. Here I want to draw the attention of the readers to several important points: 1. 2. 3.

The notes by the author follow the text. Israel Shahak June 13, 1982 A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties by Oded Yinon This essay originally appeared in Hebrew in KIVUNIM (Directions), A Journal for Judaism and Zionism; Issue No, 14--Winter, 5742, February 1982, Editor: Yoram Beck. Cartoon / Yaser Ahmed Suriye.


Colonies. Théorie de la chaussette. Israel does not want peace - Israel Conference on Peace Israel News. Holocaust survivors condemn Israel for 'Gaza massacre,' call for boycott / Haaretz.Com. Syrie. ? Faux drapeau. Israel introduces 'Palestinian only' bus lines, following complaints from Jewish settlers Israel News. Sionisme. Lobby. Iran. Etats-Unis: Chuck Hagel affirme son «soutien total» à Israël - Monde. Etats-Unis Le nouveau patron du Pentagone a assuré Israël de son «soutien total» alors que des élus républicains lui reprochent de n'avoir pas suffisamment défendu ce pays ou de s'être opposé aux sanctions contre Téhéran.

Etats-Unis: Chuck Hagel affirme son «soutien total» à Israël - Monde

Chuck Hagel et Barack Obama.Image: AFP Articles en relation Signaler une erreur Vous avez vu une erreur? Veuillez SVP entrez une adresse e-mail valide Partager & Commenter Votre email a été envoyé. Israel Rethinks Assumptions About Syria. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attend a news conference at the Bocharov Ruchei state residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, May 14, 2013.

Israel Rethinks Assumptions About Syria

(photo by REUTERS/Maxim Shipenkov/Pool) Author: Shlomi Eldar Posted May 19, 2013 For the past two years, there have been a number of generally accepted assumptions about what will finally happen in Syria. By late last week, these assumptions came crashing down with the raucous force of an earthquake. We are talking about the very opinions that were considered to be conventional wisdom among the Israeli public, and which had considerable impact on political decision-makers and military strategists alike for the past two years.

Summary⎙ Print The sudden change in assumptions on the Syrian war should invite us to wonder about the basis on which they were made. Author Shlomi Eldar Posted May 19, 2013. Israël : le pouvoir « maléfique » des hommes en noir, par Yaël Lerer. Personne ne s’attend à un changement majeur lors des prochaines élections en Israël, qui se tiendront le 22 janvier prochain.

Israël : le pouvoir « maléfique » des hommes en noir, par Yaël Lerer

M. Benyamin Netanyahou sera probablement réélu premier ministre, d’autant plus facilement que rien ne sépare la gauche de la droite sur les questions économiques et sociales, l’immigration en provenance d’Afrique, le nucléaire iranien ou encore la Palestine. Le traitement de la population ultraorthodoxe (ou haredi) fait également consensus au sein de la classe politique israélienne.

D’une petite minorité marginale et exotique de quelques dizaines de milliers de personnes dans les années 1950, la société des juifs ultraorthodoxes (lire Qui sont les ultraorthodoxes ?) Est devenue un groupe important, représentant environ 14 % de la population juive israélienne, soit à peu près huit cent mille personnes. Régulièrement, et pour de brèves périodes, le sort des haredim revient à la « une » de l’actualité. Cette tribune a néanmoins été utilisée par M. Apparemment, M.

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Racisme. Beyond.