With all eyes on the events unfolding in Japan, with Japanese triple-disaster, and the battle against the regime of Libya’s dictator Moamar Khadhafi, a massive rocket attack on Israel went practically unnoticed this weekend.
Members of the terrorist group Hamas launched attacks against Israel from their base in Gaza during this weekend’s Sabbath. The Israeli intelligence service says they have proof that the Iranian government is instigating these latest attacks by providing the rockets and mortars.
Terrorists launched more than 50 rockets which landed in southern Israel this Saturday morning with the aim of causing maximum—and indiscriminate—death and destruction, according to Israeli government officials.
This was the heaviest barrage in two years, Israeli officials said, while Hamas police beat up and confiscated equipment from reporters covering the attack.
The New Media Journal
The administration of US President Barack Obama is considering reaching out to the political elements in Hezbollah, the Washington Post reported on Friday, stressing that at this stage it was an intelligence effort, not a policymaking one.
In an opinion piece appearing on the newspaper’s online edition, columnist David Ignatius indicated that Washington was considering an effort similar to the one the UK implemented “during the 1990s with Sinn Fein, the legal political wing of the terrorist Irish Republican Army.”
The American Spectator
Maybe I missed something, but wasn’t that The Constitution of the United States of America that we just laid to rest this weekend?
It was buried in a private ceremony by Mr. Barack Obama of Chicago as he silently signed America on to the One World Government some of us have been worried about for decades.
TAMPA – The question of what law applies in any Florida courtroom usually comes down to two choices: federal or state.
But Hillsborough Circuit Judge Richard Nielsen is being attacked by conservative bloggers after he ruled in a lawsuit March 3 that, to resolve one crucial issue in the case, he will consult a different source.
“This case,” the judge wrote, “will proceed under Ecclesiastical Islamic Law.”
Nielsen said he will decide in a lawsuit against a local mosque, the Islamic Education Center of Tampa, whether the parties in the litigation properly followed the teachings of the Koran in obtaining an arbitration decision from an Islamic scholar.
– Dr. Gerald Stephens
Historically there is a single group of people who can not decide what to call themselves. Depending on circumstances of the day they have tried socialist, progressive, liberal, community organizer, and one popular in the early 1900s through the great depression, WWII, and 1950s, communist.
With each new branding came a new grandiose name for their singular purpose, that is, to control the lives and think for all those too stupid folks incapable of any meaningful thought. Would you be at all surprised to learn that anyone not accepted within their circle of intelligentsia is relegated to that of morons who cling to religion and their guns?