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  • Iranian Terror Plot Unraveled in Azerbaijan, Linked to Government

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 22, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    On Tuesday, the Azerbaijani government announced that is caught a terrorist cell targeting Jewish and Israeli targets in the capital city of Baku.

  • Jews around the World Beef Up Security in Wake of Asia Attacks

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 16, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    This week, Jewish communities around the world increased their security and the US has begun monitoring Hezbollah closely in order to prevent attacks on Jewish communities in the US.

  • Car Bomb near Israeli Mission in India Injures 2

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    This morning, a car bombing in New Delhi outside the Israeli embassy injured two, one of which may have been the wife of an Israeli diplomat.

  • Iran’s Ayatollahs: Israel Must Be Destroyed

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 06, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Last week, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei insisted that Israel and all of its citizens be annihilated and offered assistance to anyone who would do the job.

  • Israeli Intelligence Chief: Iran Can Build Four Nuclear Bombs

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 02, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    On Thursday, Major-General Aviv Kochavi asserted that Iran can presently build four nuclear bombs with its current amount of stored Uranium.

  • Israel TV Ad Irks Iran

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on January 26, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    A recent Israeli TV advertisement for the Hot cable company has raised the ire of Iran, who has claimed the commercial proves Israel’s responsibility for the assassination of several scientists and generals linked to Iran’s nuclear program.

  • Netanyahu: Israel will not give US warning before strike on Iran

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on January 23, 2012 | 5 Comments

    Last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak told US Chief of Staff General Martin Dempsey that Israel would not give the US more than 12 hours notice before launching a strike against Iran.

  • Israeli Official’s Slip of Tongue Hints at Involvement in Iran Bombing

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on January 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    A comment made by a senior Israeli Military Officer made yesterday regarding Iran has led many to assume Israel was behind the car bombing that occurred Wednesday in Tehran.

  • The Hard Truth: Romney cannot win without Ron Paul

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on January 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    After Ron Paul’s strong second place showing in New Hampshire last night, it looks like Mitt Romney is the clear front runner in the race for the Republican nomination, and that Ron Paul is Romney’s only hurdle. However, this is not just any old two-man race. This is a different thing entirely. That is because the vast majority of Ron Paul’s supporters are not Republican Party cheerleaders and partisan hacks that will go any which way so long as the party remains in power. Meaning, if Romney does win the nomination, Ron Paul’s voters will not necessarily, or even likely, support Romney in the general election against Obama. No – these people actually support a certain set of ideas: actual cuts, a federal budget that is actually balanced, an end to overseas undeclared military adventurism, sound money instead of fiat currency…and they will not vote for any candidate that would violate these policies.

    In the end, on Republican National Convention day, even if Romney comes up with the requisite amount of delegates to secure the nomination, without Ron Paul's supporters, he cannot win the presidency. All major polls point to Paul taking about 20% of the vote if he decides to run third party, which would leave Romney obviously short of victory, since those votes would mostly be taken from him.

    Romney is not the only one in trouble here either. It’s the entire Republican party that cannot win without Ron Paul. The liberty movement is already a bona fide force in American politics. It has too much young energy to be overlooked. These are a new brand of voters that actually care about real issues, and they are uncompromising. No republican candidate, present or future, can win the White House without them.

    So what to do?

    If Mitt Romney does win the nomination, which is certainly not a done deal yet, then if he actually wants to be president, he will have to let Ron Paul run the ideological show. This could take the form of a Paul vice presidency, on the condition that Paul is guaranteed certain changes in monetary, fiscal, and foreign policy. After all, Ron Paul doesn’t really want to be president in the sense that he doesn’t really care about holding the office to satisfy his ego. What he wants are his policies in place.

    It’s Mitt Romney who’s the flip flopper, meaning he’ll adopt whatever policies he has to in order to sit in the Captain’s chair. What does he care? Health insurance mandate, no to Obamacare, abortion, pro life, TARP bailouts, no TARP bailouts, whatever. He’s just Mitt Romney. He’ll do the smiling and make sure his hair is combed, and let Ron Paul tell him what to do.

    Seem a stretch? Think of it this way: Mitt Romney really wants to be president. Ron Paul really doesn’t care. He just wants to change the country, but couldn’t care less about the title he holds. The man has no ego. It seems weird, but then again, it’s pretty weird that a man of pure principle like Ron Paul, who is so incorruptible that he won’t even take a Congressional pension, is actually a contender for the Republican nomination in the first place.

    Could the ultimate flip-flipper be the perfect match for the ultimate unbending man of principle? Sounds like symbiosis. Talk about the odd couple, but it might just work.

    Article contributed by Rafi Farber and published on World of Judaica.

  • Obama Strategist: Now is the time to strike Iran

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on December 26, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Last week, a US nuclear policy strategist said that a military strike against the Iranian nuclear program should be considered and may be considered the best option in dealing with the nation.

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