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Quand le Monde doit revoir sa chronologie

Quand le Monde doit revoir sa chronologie

M le magazine du Monde, dans un article sur une série d’images prises par la photographe française Catherine Cattaruzza à la frontière entre Israël et le Liban, semble s’être un peu emmêlé les pinceaux avec la chronologie du conflit entre les deux pays. En effet, selon le Monde : Bien qu’Israël ait maintenu une présence au


Hezbollah Terror Attack in Haifa Foiled

Today’s Top Stories 1. Planned Hezbollah terror attack in Haifa thwarted. The plot was foiled after the main defendant, Diab Kahamuz, forgot where he had hidden the explosives, which were later discovered. 2. In diplomatic speak, there are various words one can use to criticize other countries. In unusually harsh language, the US State Dept. “strongly condemned”


Un journaliste collaborant avec le terrorisme mis à la porte

Le journaliste italien Michele Monni a été licencié cette semaine pour malhonnêteté : spécifiquement pour avoir prétendu qu’il travaillait pour l’agence de presse italienne ANSA alors qu’il travaillait en réalité pourl’organisation terroriste Hezbollah. Le mois dernier, HonestReporting avait écrit sur l’incident : Monni faisait partie des divers journalistes travaillant sur des documentaires en commémoration du


Israel Shoots Down Hamas Drone

Today’s Top Stories 1. An Israeli fighter jet shot down a Hamas drone over Gaza as it headed in the direction of Israeli air space. 2. The University of California-Berkeley reinstated controversial course on history of Palestine. The Los Angeles Times explains: Then campus officials reversed gears Monday, reinstating the course after students, faculty, free-speech advocates


Hezbollah Takes Up Positions in Syrian Golan Across From Israel

Today’s Top Stories 1. Hezbollah’s taking up positions across from Israel, and according to Arab reports, they’re doing so in the guise local militiamen. Might this explain why Hezbollah supports the US-Russian ceasefire. There goes the neighborhood . . . 2. More than 60 members of the European Parliament are pushing soccer’s world governing body, FIFA (Federation Internationale


Israel Now Bringing Sudan in From the Cold?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Maintaining that Sudan is no longer in Iran’s orbit, Israel is urging the US and Europe to begin improving relations with Khartoum, Haaretz reports. It’s a tricky proposition because the US has designated Sudan as a state sponsor of terror, and because the International Criminal Court indicted President Omar Bashir for


Two Dead, More Missing in Tel Aviv Building Collapse

Today’s Top Stories 1. A Tel Aviv construction site collapsed, killing two people and injuring possibly as many as 27, with others still missing in the wreckage. Rescue efforts were complicated by the fact that the site was an underground parking garage. It’s believed the collapse was the result of a structural failure after a tractor


Was Egyptian Judoka Really Punished for Snubbing Israeli?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Was an Egyptian judoka really punished for refusing to shake his Israeli opponent’s hand? It depends on who you ask. On a related note, see HonestReporting’s latest post: Olympic Bigotry: It’s All Israel’s Fault: Saying that Israelis should put up with what amounts to racist bigotry because “at least they’re not