• American officials warned Europe last year of Hezbollah operations before the Bulgaria and Cyprus incidents, according to the Washington Times.
If Qaradawi has admitted his mistake, and has admitted that Saudi scholars were wiser than him; what are Qaradawi’s students and followers waiting for? Why do they not apologize for their insults and false campaigns?
• The Morsi regime continues struggling to get the Sinai under control. Bedouin tribal leaders told the Washington Post that Morsi’s office had nothing to do with the release of kidnapped soldiers. Discrimination, abuse and neglect continue, while Morsi is regardless as toothless. For latest Sinai developments, see the Times of Israel.
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• Worth watching: Wall Street Journal columnist Mary Anastacia O’Grady discusses Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman and Iran’s infiltration in Latin America. O’Grady particularly notes that Nisman found parallels between the AMIA bombing and a plot to blow up New York’s JFK airport. She elaborated on those parallels in a separate report.
Postscript: Last week, a US appeals court upheld the convictions of two of the plotters for their effort to blow up JFK’s jet fuel tanks and pipelines.
• AFP: For the first time, an Iraqi official publicly warned Israel not to use its airspace to attack Iran.
(Image of Hamdallah via YouTube/Euronews)
For more, see yesterday’s Israel Daily News Stream.