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Gaza Crisis (2008)

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  • What peace with the Palestinians requires

    Palestinians have been firing dozens of rockets from Gaza into southern Israel recently, hitting cities and civilians ("Palestinians to seek elevated status in U.N.," Nov. 13). Yet not much attention has been given to the fact that Israeli families who...
  • Death toll rises in Israeli airstrikes

    Death toll rises in Israeli airstrikes
    The latest Israeli airstrike in Gaza killed a 12-year-old boy Sunday, bringing the death toll to 17 from two days of bombing, Palestinian medical sources said. The Israeli military had no immediate comment on the latest bombing, which also left four...
  • Where's the outrage over Palestinian rocket attacks on civilians in Israel?

    After a very short period of peace, Palestinian terrorists in Gaza have resumed their attacks on Israel, launching massive numbers of Grad rockets at schools, playgrounds, hospitals and homes ("Israeli strikes, Gaza rockets end weeks of relative calm,"...
  • Green Wheels: Building a Better Place

    Green Wheels: Building a Better Place
    BE'ER SHEVA, ISRAEL—Yes, the Negev Desert is a long way from Connecticut, and we're also not within rocket range of the Gaza Strip, as the university town of Be'er Sheva is. But when9/11 happened I had comparable feelings of vulnerability shattering...
  • ISRAEL: Israel admits to holding missing Gaza engineer

     
    Derar Abu Sisi, an engineer and deputy manager of the Gaza power plant, was reported missing last month in Ukraine after he boarded a train to Kiev but never made it. First, bloggers reported it. Then came the mainstream foreign......
  • Israel-Palestine: Tit-for-tat?

     
    Last week on the editorial page, we wrote about a "tit-for-tat" mentality in the Israeli-Palestinian relationship, a "cycle" of actions and reactions that often seems designed to keep the conflict alive rather than to end it. Although we were careful........
  • Toomey, Casey sign bipartisan letter to Clinton about Israel

     
    Both Pennsylvania senators signed a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asking her to identify what steps the United States is taking to end "incitement" of Jews and Israel by the Palestinian Authority. Twenty-six senators, including Bob Casey...
  • ISRAEL: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on YouTube

     
    Like U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the hot seat on YouTube's World View, and questions from around the world. In a special broadcast paired with Israel's Channel 2...
  • April 5 Buzz: Seeking truth -- airbag safety, Israel, Watergate

     
    Most viewed: A hidden threat to drivers Do you drive a used vehicle? If so, this editorial about missing airbags in used cars will be of interest. Most commented: What's behind Goldstone's flip-flop? The editorial board questions Richard Goldstone’s...
  • The conversation: Can Goldstone's flip-flop change the way the world views Israel?

     
    It was the op-ed article read around the world. On Friday -- and on April Fool's Day, of all days -- Richard Goldstone wrote a piece for the Washington Post denouncing the central claims made in his 2009 Goldstone Report,......
  • GAZA STRIP: Kidnapped Italian activist found dead; Hamas condemns rival radical group

     
    Hours after an Islamist extremist group announced it had kidnapped an Italian peace activist in the Gaza Strip, the man's body was discovered in the restive seaside territory. It was the first kidnapping of a Westerner in four years and......