Egyptian Security Checkpoint Attacked by Islamic Militants

Yesterday in the Sinai Peninsula, at Israel’s border, Egypt’s military killed at least 20 Islamic militants. The strikes were retribution for jihadist attacks on security checkpoints Sunday that killed 16 Egyptian police.

Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi vowed to retake control of the Sinai following the incident. Yesterday’s events may be just be the start of that mobilization.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• Main Offensive Expected Soon in Aleppo, Syria
• Israel Beefs up Missile Shield Defense System
• Iran Successfully Tests New Missile
• Israeli Government and Military Split on Iran Attack Strategy

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Yael Eckstein, who reminds us, “The State of Israel’s 7 million residents are not only citizens, but heroes.”

Author: Stand For Israel | August 9, 2012
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  • Bob
    September 6, 2012
    3:42 pm

    Any which way you want to look at it, Israel will come out to be victorious at the end, their God promises so. Israel is the apple of his eye.

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  • Dennis
    September 6, 2012
    2:44 pm

    I support Israel 100%. Israel should do it soon.
    Before it is to late.

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  • william
    August 16, 2012
    7:15 pm

    Israel should do what it has to do to stay alive. I support Israel 100% to the end of time.

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  • Sherry
    August 11, 2012
    5:56 am

    I have a lot of respect for the media and it’s ability to get the word out. But there is not enough secrecy when it comes to things that should be kept secret. I just think too much is said.

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