Browsing All posts tagged under »Six Day War«

Sitting Duck

August 22, 2018 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~  So have we lost our way? Are our leaders cowardly? or dumb? or just not the way they (and we) were in the “old days”? Yaakov Kirschen Read more by Yaakov Kirschen at the Dry Bones Blog. Dedicated To Combating the Willful Rewriting of History and Fighting the Spread of Antisemitism.

It’s 50 Years Since The Six Day War Began

June 5, 2017 by


Breakfast will never be the same again! By Anton Lang ~ Fifty years ago this morning, on the 5th June 1967 at 7.45AM, what is now known as The Six Day War began, when the relatively tiny and hopelessly outnumbered Nation of Israel fought against the combined might of five major ‘Arab’ Countries, who were […]

The Six-Day War Plus 50 Years

June 3, 2017 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ Read More by Yaakov Kirschen at Dry Bones .

The Day Before

June 5, 2015 by


A Dry Bones Cartoon ~ The White House, the Iranian Mullahs, and others who think that Israel is now isolated, without options, and in a “hopeless” situation would be well-advised to check the history books. Meanwhile, if you want to take part in fighting against the “willful rewriting and falsification of history” you should help […]

A (Consistently) Dishonest Broker?

September 6, 2010 by


By David Isaac On September 2nd, direct talks began between Arabs and Israelis. During the August 20 press conference announcing the talks, Special Envoy for Middle East Peace George Mitchell was asked by a reporter whether President Obama would be seen as an “honest broker” by the two sides. In the case of Israel, the […]

American Minute – Road Map To Middle East Peace

June 5, 2009 by


William J Federer’s American Minute JUNE 5, 1967, the Six-Day War began. Egypt sent 80,000 troops and 900 tanks to attack Israel. Jordan and Syria, with Soviet weapons, violently shelled Jerusalem and Israeli villages. Cairo radio announced: “The hour has come in which we shall destroy Israel.” The hot line between Washington and Moscow was […]

Israeli Defense Policy

August 19, 2008 by


Israeli Defense Policy Okay, so we’ll have to pay “a difficult price”. But the “difficult price” that Ehud Barak wants us to pay is the undermining of Israel’s legal system by releasing convicts as a political act. It’s a price that nobody talks about, but it eats away at our rule of law, our morale, […]

The Six Day War (Part 3)

August 9, 2008 by


Israeli Air Force Kfir. Image from Israeli Weapons. Click on image to open in a larger window. THE LION CUB THAT ROARED. This is some of the story about how the Israelis turned what was a disadvantage into a huge plus, about the espionage and ingenuity behind one of Israel’s famed fighter aircraft, the Kfir, […]

The Six Day War (Part 2)

August 8, 2008 by


BREAKFAST WILL NEVER BE THE SAME What I mentioned in the previous post has relevance back to the Six Day War on a couple of fronts, and my time in 76 Squadron was what aroused my interest back to that time five and a half years earlier. Being a fighter squadron, there was the need […]

The Six Day War (Part 1)

August 7, 2008 by


We’ve all heard about the famed ‘Six Day War’, when the tiny nation of Israel took on the might of the surrounding nations aligned against them. It is absolutely inconceivable that such a tiny nation could be so stupid as to do something like this, when those surrounding Countries had numerical superiority in numbers vastly […]