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RehovotFor the first time ever, the missile warning siren was activated in Rehovot, central Israel, in response to a Grad attack from Gaza.

The Israeli government airlifted aid to Turkey, whose voters have elected a government bent on confronting Israel. Tellingly, Turkey at first refused the aid, and probably only accepted it under US pressure.

The Israeli Land Administration canceled its approval for a tourist village at Betzet beach in Western Galilee, ostensibly to keep the area commercial-free (why?), but mainly so that Jewish vacationers won’t disturb the Arabs.

Rabbi Kahane once remarked that he would love to see Jews as they are depicted by anti-Semites: clannish and willing to stand up for each other.

Jewish organizations slammed The Guardian’s Deborah Orr, who wrote that Israel agreed to exchange Shalit for a thousand prisoners because we value a Jew’s life above that of a Palestinian. Unfortunately, the opposite is true; our government values public opinion more than the lives of Jews who will be killed by the terrorists we have released. Indeed, the government places Palestinian lives above Jewish lives by refusing close artillery support for our troops operating in enemy areas.

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