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The second lesson is strategic depth, we are one of the smallest countries in the world but undoubtedly one of the most threatening ones." "The third lesson is that the IDF needs to always be prepared for any mission, the threats have changed but
New testimony from then-Mossad head Tzvi Zamir, IDF Intelligence chief Eli Zeira, then-Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, and intelligence officer Menachem Digli has been made public.
Chief of Staff Benny Gantz is scheduled to lead the forum's attendance...The observance comes two days before the 18th anniversary of the assassination on the Hebrew calendar.
Jerusalem Post archives I first met now-Vice President Joe Biden, then a candidate for Senate, in the succa of Ruth and Bernie Siegel in 1972. Biden was running against a long term Delaware senator, and the Jewish community of Delaware wanted a new
Murdered Colonel Scene of Friday's murder Photo: Ido Erez IDF officer who served with reserves colonel who was murdered in suspected Jordan Valley terror attack says his colleague's military career, personal life was 'heavily influenced' by his
Dizzy with fear but thrilled, in a voyeuristic way, to be at the center of world events, she didn't know that war would become a dominant theme of her future. Pittsburgh In search of adventure and barely 17 years old, in the summer of 1973 I washed
Follow j. on and As Israel commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War last month (on its Hebrew date), Israelis once again relived the most traumatic of Israel's wars since the 1948 War of Independence. On Yom Kippur 1973, with the
Menashe Azuri / La'am The 1973 war shocked Israel. The remarkable military victory was marred by the acute pain over the many casualties and the disappointment with the political and military leadership...As the war ended, Israeli society lost its
He teaches at the University of Haifa and researches the settlement geography and political history of Israel. Kipnis also served as a pilot in the Israeli Air Force for 31 years (26 of them in the IAF reserves). The following exchange focuses on his
Dr. Yigal Kipnis Dr. Yigal Kipnis is an Israeli historian and since 1978 he has been a farmer and a resident of the Golan Heights. Kipnis teaches at the University of Haifa and researches the settlement geography and political history of Israel.