Archive for July 29th, 2018

Opinion

David’s Sling: The IDF‘s newest arrow in its missile defense sling

David’s Sling: The IDF‘s newest arrow in its missile defense sling

This week, the defense system David’s Sling was officially used for the first time. . When the missiles in Syria were projected to fall within Syrian territory one of the interceptors self-destructed and the other landed in Syria. Be the first to know – It was the first operational use […]

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Opinion

Middle Israel: A day in the life of Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Middle Israel: A day in the life of Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Our correspondent was, for several hours, a fly on the wall in the Turkish president’s chambers. Seated regally in one of the 1,150 rooms of the palace he built with the taxpayer’s $615 million, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan closed his eyes while an aide read to him a translation […]

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Opinion

Letters to the Editor: July 29, 2018

Letters to the Editor: July 29, 2018

How an abused nation behaves People who have been abused and beaten, whether physically or mentally, often become sure that it is they who are the problem and that they probably deserve all the abuse. Thereafter they do the bidding of the abuser – even over and above what they […]

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Opinion

Obama, Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood, and American aid money

Obama, Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood, and American aid money

The Middle East Forum’s explosive new report highlights the widespread international network of Islamic Relief’s charities and their close connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. That charity, a s sprawling international network, has not changed even after the Islamic Relief’s cofounder, Hany El-Banna, retired from official representation. Through close connections to […]

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Breaking

Walmart aims for Middle America with streaming service

There‘s more out on the planning by Walmart (NYSE:) to launch a streaming service. The project is expected to get a green light by upper management by late summer or early fall, sources tip The Wall Street Journal. Veteran TX exec Mark Greenberg is working with Walmart on the new […]

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