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The Underground War

by Daniel Russ on July 21, 2014

    This is not so much a ground war, as it is an underground war. The tunnels under Israel and Egypt are the supply line for Gazans, bringing them the goods they need in the blockade. The medicines and goods stream through a series of tunnels skeining underneath the border  crossings with Egypt and Israel. General […]

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  The HMS Zealous became the Eilat when after World War II, Israel bought it and converted it into a naval patrol vessel. On October 21, 1967, the Eilat was patrolling shore off of Port Said in Egypt when an Egyptian Komar Class missile boat picked it up on radar. With little provocation, the Egyptians […]

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The War Of Attrition Was Furious, And Bloody And Hardly Even Reported.

June 5, 2013

      One of the strangest wars that was ever fought was known as The War of Atrition. It was fought between Israel and the United States on one side and Syria, Egypt, Jordan, the USSR and Cuba on the other side. The War of Attrition was characterized by sporadic furious exchanges and commando raids between […]

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The S-300.

May 23, 2013

 You Know You Have Created A Great Weapon When You Have To Create An Inflatable Dummy Of It.     I usually don’t talk about current events on CMIG. After a few years all the opinions evanesce, having laid on events so old and unclear. But every once in a while a gambit is played […]

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Skunk, Israel’s New Anti Protesting Weapon.

April 13, 2013

  Israeli joins the us in creating a series of ‘humane’ or non lethal weapons. Now we have water cannons that shoot a liquid called “skunk” which is a noxious blend of what seems to be fecal material, urine, or what some describe as rotting flesh.   Also spewing across the border fences and territorial […]

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Iron Dome, The Real Winner Of The latest Gaza-Israeli Clash.

November 27, 2012

    Iron Dome Radar And Launch Vehicle.   Barzel Cipat, or Iron Hat (Iron Dome) is an all weather air defense system designed to intercept short range missiles and rockets up to 45 miles away. This includes the Grads fired by Gazans and the homemade unguided Qassams. Raphael Advanced Defense Systems developed the system […]

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When the British Mandate In Palestine Was About To Expire, Both Arabs And Jews Began An Arms Race.

June 25, 2012

  Haj Amin was a thorn in the side of the Occupied Enemy Territory Administration. He was a sleek, charismatic man, soft spoken and known to engender confidence and authority. Once the British wished to mundify Palestine of him and his influence. Yet when he returned from a short prison term exiled to trans Jordan […]

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Will There Be A Third Lebanon War?

January 26, 2011

I have been following the rising tensions caused by opposition groups clashing with Hezbollah in Southern Lebanon after the results of an investigation that shows that Hezbollah may be implicated in the assassination of the very popular Prime Minister Hariri in 2005. Also, the Hezbollah backed Prime Minister that just won election Hajib Mikati is […]

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So Embarrassing To TSA And American Airlines

July 14, 2010

The powerful Glock 9mm is used by security services around the world Not even officers from Israeli security service Shin Bet can escape the scourge of lost luggage it seems. A bag belonging to agents travelling with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was mistakenly put on a flight from New York to Los Angeles, not to […]

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Israel Caves In On Gaza Blockade.

June 22, 2010

“JERUSALEM — Israel’s government decided Sunday to draw up a list of items banned from Gaza limited to weapons and materials deemed to have military uses and said the easing of the three-year-old blockade of the Palestinian territory would be implemented immediately. The list of banned goods replaces an old list of allowed items that […]

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Israel And Nukes

June 1, 2010

“The U.S., with the 188 other member nations of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, has greenlighted a conference in 2012 that’s aimed at creating a nuke-free Middle East. But Israel, which is not a member of the NPT, balked at the agreement, calling it “deeply flawed and hypocritical,” because it—and not Iran—is named in the document. […]

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Have They Found King Solomon’s Fortress?

February 28, 2010
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Source: NatGeo “A 3,000-year-old defensive wall possibly built by King Solomon has been unearthed in Jerusalem, according to the Israeli archaeologist who led the excavation. The discovery appears to validate a Bible passage, she says. The tenth-century B.C. wall is 230 feet (70 meters) long and about 6 meters (20 feet) tall. It stands along […]

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Mossad Mania

February 28, 2010
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“Would you be prepared to cross-dress? And kill a guest in an adjacent hotel room? If the answer to these questions is a resounding “yes”, and you can also act, enjoy luxury international travel with a twist and can carry off a convincing Irish or Australian accent, then the job could be yours. The Israeli […]

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Israeli Artillery Strike – M109 Paladin

October 14, 2009

Pre Gaza strike Related Posts:The Underground War The Eilat Was The First Vessel Sunk By A Ship Launched Sea Skimming Missile.The War Of Attrition Was Furious, And Bloody And Hardly Even Reported.The S-300.Skunk, Israel’s New Anti Protesting Weapon.

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The Plane That Helped Build Israel.

August 27, 2009

  Maligned by the French for its underpowered engines, the Israelis bought 31 Vautours and respected its range and versatility as a strike aircraft. Built in the mid 50s the Vautour was typical of the sort of generic fighter/bomber being built around the world. Israel was the only nation other than France to buy the […]

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