A new document published by the IDF's chief of staff rebuts Netanyahu's attempts at consensus-building on the Iran nuclear threat. The so-called Israeli consensus on the Iranian threat took another blow on Thursday after IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot published a new document titled “IDF Strategy.” News on the document was published in Haaretz, describing Eizenkot's five-year plan for building up the army under financial restrictions, which includes plans for slashing budgets, re-allocating funds, and prospects for bringing other security agencies into the fray. The document also lists the gravest threats presently facing the Israeli military: Islamic State, Hezbollah,…Read More...
Welcome to the Weekend Holyland Wrap, where unlike the rest of the country (where it's all Schalit, all the time - and everything else be damned) we actually care about other stuff as well. Please take your anti-nausea pills, as some seriously repugnant individuals are soon to be back in circulation. The Schalit festival is of course in full effect, with the media camped outside of his parents' Mitzpe Hilla, groupies doing pilgrimage and polluting the family's front yard with soft drink cans and cigarette butts. The media has well and truly gone off the reservation on this one. After…Read More... | 16 Comments
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