Posts Tagged ‘ Iran ’

Mediterranean Sea: New Battleground?

September 4, 2011
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Israel Defense Force Navy Ship

Turkey, Iran challenge Israeli Mediterranean Predominance Following the terrorist attack in mid-August across the Israeli / Egyptian border at Sinai, the Israeli Navy announced that it would maintain a presence in the Red Sea near the border area in order to provide support and protection to Israel civilians in Eilat and along the border.  Within...

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Apologize to Turkey?

August 4, 2011
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Throwing Israeli Soldiers off the Turkish Mavi Marmara

Turkey refuses to participate again this year in joint US-Israel-naval exercises in the Mediterranean Sea, a project they had been part of in past years. Turkish PM Erdogan is demanding that Israel apologize for the deaths of the terrorists on board the Miva Marmara, infamous ship in the 1st so-called Gaza Flotilla. In diplomatic circles in Israel,...

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Israel-Lebanese Border – Renewed Tensions

August 1, 2011
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Today the Lebanese Goverment has commended the Lebanese military for firing at Israeli soldiers this morning in a new Israel-Lebanon border ‘incident’.  No Israelis were injured, 1 LAF soldier was reported wounded.  It’s not clear whether this was, again, a rogue soldier claiming Israelis crossed the border (like last year) or whether this is the...

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The Real War That Rarely Makes the News

July 28, 2011
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Bushehr Nuclear Reactor

Last year the Stuxnet virus was all the talk. Then the world got bored with it and the news faded except for the infrequent headline. While reassuring the world that all was well,  the Iranians and Russians frantically and unsuccessfully tried to repair the damage. Recently, without much fanfare, it was announced that Iran had, at...

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