"When people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is more tyranny. Apologies to Thomas Jefferson!" -- Michael Rivero

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Netanyahu Rejects Any Deal That Leads to Permanent End to War on Gaza MikeRivero

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he will only agree to a partial deal with Hamas that allows him to restart the assault after a pause to exchange hostages. The remarks show that Netanyahu is unwilling to sign on to an agreement proposed by President Joe Biden.

Top Israeli officials have laid out plans to reduce military operations in Gaza to gear up for a war with Hezbollah in Lebanon. US military officials have warned that Tel Aviv’s missile defense could be overwhelmed, and Iran may enter the war. Countries around the globe are instructing their citizens to avoid Lebanon.

Save the Children issued a startling new report suggesting that 21,000 Gazan children are missing as the Israeli onslaught drags on. Aside from those unaccounted for, at least 14,000 children have been confirmed killed.

The report stated that in the chaos of war, it is hard to locate missing children, but some are thought to be separated from their parents while others are buried under the rubble or in mass graves.

Submarine affair inquiry finds Netanyahus decisions compromised national security MikeRivero

A state commission of inquiry investigating the so-called submarine affair on Monday sent warning notices to five individuals it believes may be negatively impacted by the probe, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former Navy chief Ram Rothberg, in order to allow them to submit additional testimony and view evidence relating to their conduct.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken appeared to caution Israel against launching a major offensive against Hezbollah during his meeting on Tuesday with visiting Defense Minister Yoav Gallant.

Blinken “underscored the importance of avoiding further escalation of the conflict and reaching a diplomatic resolution that allows both Israeli and Lebanese families to return to their homes,” the State Department said in its readout on the secretary’s meeting with Gallant.

The Iron Dome sure did cost US taxpayers a lot of money.

Interestingly, it also appears to be totally worthless.

It can’t even stop Hamas, let alone Hezbollah, let alone Iran.

Was this money all just embezzled? Or is this the real Iron Dome?

Stop Listening to David Petraeus MikeRivero

Let’s be frank. David Petraeus never misses an opportunity to promote himself as a modern-day MacArthur, a genius in the art of war whose 2007 military campaign in Iraq is the gold-standard for aspiring strategists seeking to profit off the travesties of armed conflict.

Diplomats Tour Beirut Airport After UK Media Alleges Presence Of Hezbollah Weapons MikeRivero

Diplomatic and media delegations toured Beirut’s Rafic Hariri International Airport on Monday, one day after UK newspaper The Telegraph released a report claiming that Hezbollah had hidden weapons inside the facility

Israeli forces to shift toward Lebanese border Netanyahu MikeRivero

Israeli troops are poised to shift toward the country’s border with Lebanon to confront Hezbollah as the fighting against Hamas in the Gaza Strip winds down, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has revealed.

In the event of an “all-out war” with Hezbollah, the United States has assured Israel of its support, American media outlet CNN reported Friday. The report comes as cross-border strikes by both Israel and Hezbollah, which began on Oct. 8, have intensified in recent weeks.