Sunday, February 19, 2012

Israel strike

  • Tel Aviv - Visiting US National Security Advisor Tom Donilon would try to persuade Israel not to target Irans nuclear plants in a military strike, an Israeli newspaper reported Sunday.
  • (Monsters and Critics)
  • We are hearing a new concept these days in discussions about Iran — the zone of immunity.
  • (CNN)
  • Maali Adnan, 4, holds a picture of her father Khader Adnan, 33, an Islamic Jihad member jailed in Israel who has been on hunger strike for 63 days, during a solidarity protest in the northern West Bank, Friday.
  • (New York Daily News)
  • BRET BAIER, ANCHOR: Every week viewers vote for your choice online. In this our Friday Lightning Round poll. This week, Will Israel strike Iran? won with 65 percent of the vote. Let me ask you about this.
  • (FOX News)
  • Such a strike would be destabilizing and not prudent, he added, and unable to achieve Israels long-term objectives of neutralizing the Iranian nuclear threat.
  • (AP -
  • Israel launched an airstrike on Gaza on Sunday, hitting a number of targets, including a workshop in Gaza City. The Israeli military said in a statement that the strike was in response to Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel.
  • (CBC)
  • Man arrested under a military order Israel has named administrative detention Calling republican prisoners in Northern Ireland who died as a result of their hunger strike in 1981.
  • (Catholic Online)
  • JERUSALEM Feb 12 (Reuters) - A public sector strike that has sapped Israels economy entered its fifth day on Sunday, but ports were open for the first time in a possible sign of a breakthrough to end the labour action.
  • (Reuters)
  • An Israeli medical charity's report on the condition of the detained man, Khader Adnan, which was submitted in support of his appeal to Israel's High Court, agreed that his life was in danger.
  • (New York Times Blogs)
  • JERUSALEM — Israel's main labor union began a general strike on Wednesday, shutting airports, government offices, the stock exchange and parts of some hospitals in a dispute over nonunion contract workers.
  • (New York Times)

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