This one, I found particularly interesting:
Report: Israeli commandos operated inside Iran
Reports in the British media on Sunday suggested that Israeli special forces, including helicopters, operated inside Iran in recent years.
According to various reports, ships belonging to Ofer Brothers subsidiary Tanker Pacific Company docked in Iranian ports numerous times between 2004-2010.
American columnist Richard Silverstein later claimed that the Ofer Brothers ships had ferried Israeli Mossad agents and other special forces into Iran.
Unidentified military experts told London's Sunday Times that the Israeli-owned cargo ships could also have been carrying Blackhawk helicopters for use on reconnaisance missions against Iran's nuclear facilities.
IDF actions signal Israel's seriousness over sovereignty
The IDF’s well-planned and cool-headed response to the new threat of flooding the nation’s borders with civilian rioters sent a firm message to hostile neighbors on Sunday that Israel takes its sovereignty seriously.
The IDF is fully aware that it is forced to fight a media war alongside defending the borders.
To that end, soldiers were instructed beforehand to only open fire after issuing repeated warnings to activists against trying to breach the border. As a result of the intensive preparations, soldiers felt they had clear guidelines to follow.
At the same time, all observers are united in the belief that hostile elements will try to organize larger border incidents soon, and IDF commanders are already preparing for those developments.
You can bet on that. This is just the beginning. Well, the beginning of the end anyway.
'Obama vision' becomes basis for Mideast peace
Just as Israeli officials feared, US President Barack Obama's "vision" of pushing Israel back to it's 1967 borders has become the basis for international peace efforts in the Mi
One could also change the above to say "Just as prophecy watchers in the U.S. (who read the book of Genesis and Zechariah) feared..."
Last week, France offered to host renewed peace talks based on the "Obama vision." Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas at the weekend accepted the French proposal, even though it would likely end his campaign to unilaterally declare a Palestinian state at the UN in September.
But it appears just the threat of taking such unilateral action has paid off. A former adviser to US presidents on Middle East issues said that Obama's "1967 borders" policy speech was an astounding and unprecedented adoption of Arab positions regarding the peace process with Israel.
If Obama's stated conditions are to become the starting point for new negotiations, Abbas has gained far more than he would have at the UN.
I'm going to dig around in the MSM reports and press releases and see if I can find the following. If anyone else can find this in the MSM please forward it to me:
However, Abbas will now have to contend with his new government partners in Hamas, who called his acceptance of the French proposal "hasty and misguided."
Hamas sees no point in negotiations with Israel based on the 1967 border, or otherwise, as the group remains dedicated to seeing a Palestinian state fully replace Israel
Netanyahu, like most Israelis, views the 1967 borders as indefensible, and is not prepared to uproot all Jewish life in Judea and Samaria (the so-called "West Bank") nor to sever the Jews' ancient claims to those lands.
This article below is also very interesting and reveals just how much the continual lies are promoted in the media:
Outdoing Israel in brutality
The Arab media has, for over half a century or so, strongly condemned Zionist crimes against the Palestinians and other Arab peoples. It has in actual fact provided a hell of a lot of satire on Zionist brutality, which is fair enough. But is the Arab media still able to satirise Israeli barbarism with the same vigour after it has witnessed what Arab dictators have done to their own people? Isn't it a bit silly to bombard the Israelis with criticism and keep quiet about savagery against unarmed demonstrators?
This is a thought not commonly discussed. But it should be.
An Israeli journalist remarked cynically about two decades ago that the Arab media can easily see a dust particle in the eyes of Israel, and can hardly see a log in the eyes of Arab regimes. In other words, the journalist wanted to expose Arab media hypocrisy, where it ignores the massacres committed by some Arab rulers.
Funnily enough, comparing the number of Arab people killed during the wars between Israel and Arab countries with the number of Arabs killed locally, one will notice that Arab dictatorships have killed more people.
In fact, the Sudanese regime killed hundreds of thousands of its own people in Darfur. The so-called Janjaweed gangs in Sudan used to annihilate the people of Darfur like flies simply because the latter clamoured for their basic rights. An Arab satirist once commented that an Arab dictator would not accept the number of Palestinians killed in Gaza even as an appetis
It is true that Israel is forcing an embargo on Gaza, but I do not think that the Israelis are preventing the Palestinians from getting their daily bread, whereas the security services in some Arab countries stopped cars carrying food from entering certain areas. Nor are the Israelis cutting off electricity, telephone and other communication services from houses, hospitals and schools.
It has been reported that the security services stopped nurses and doctors from treating the injured during certain Arab demonstrations as a punishment for rising against the ruling regime. The thugs contracted by the police to help quell protests went even further. They shot at ambulances.
Unlike in some Arab countries, Arabs living inside Israel can organise sit-ins very comfortably. And when the Israeli police intervenes, they never beat demonstrators to death. And if we compare how Israel treats Shaikh Raed Salah with the way some Arab dictators treat their opponents, we will be horribly surprised, as the Israelis are very much less brutal.
But as mentioned so many times before, we are living in an age of lies and distortions. The truth is very very elusive.