Photo Evidence of ‘Myth of Siege of Gaza’

Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu 90x115 by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

The” myth of the siege of Gaza” has been exploded in a research report that quotes Arab sources that say “Gaza markets are saturated with goods.” The Washington Post reported last week that Gaza “pharmacies look as well-supplied as a typical Rite Aid.”

Reserve IDF officer Lt. Col. Jonathan HaLevi, a researcher for the Institute for Contemporary Affairs, wrote that Israel’s continuing supervised flow of humanitarian aide to Gaza also has helped the Gaza economy rebound.


The leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey meet to discuss security needs that will affect the stability of our world

Jimmy Deyoung 90x115 by Jimmy DeYoung 

Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iranian President Ahmadinejad, and the Turkish PM Tayip Erdogan met in Istanbul in a security summit to discuss problems facing the Middle Eastern region as well as pressing issues that will affect the security of the entire world.

Recent events in the Middle East have caused Russian PM Putin to condemn Israel, the Turkish PM Erdogan to call for Israel to pay the price for defending itself against terrorist attacks, and the Iranian President Ahmadinejad to say that Israel is near the point of their total annihilation.