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Latest War_Conflict Items
Thank you for Scott Pinsker's excellent column, "Corpse PR: The Hamas handbook" (Web, July 28). Mr. Pinsker's charge that the media have blood on their hands because it encourages Hamas' violence is absolutely right.
Israel unleashed its heaviest bombardment in a 3-week-old war against Hamas on Tuesday, striking symbols of the militant group's control in Gaza and firing tank shells that Palestinian officials said shut down the strip's only power plant.
At least 100 Palestinians killed in Israeli airstrikes and shelling on Tuesday, Gaza officials said.
Israel unleashed its heaviest bombardment in its three-week-old campaign against Hamas in Gaza on Tuesday as the Obama administration battled the growing perception among Israelis that Secretary of State John F. Kerry is a hapless bumbler in search of a cosmetic truce.
As long as the United Nations is counting the dead, here are some tallies: In Libya, more than 30,000 have been killed; in Egypt, more than 1,000; in Iraq over the past 15 months, there have been 10,500 killed; and in Syria, the granddaddy of them all, 160,000 have been killed.
The Holy See Press Office confirmed today that Pope Francis will be traveling to Sri Lanka Jan. 12-15 and to Philippines Jan. 15-19.
Pro-Palestinian activists in the San Francisco Bay Area are planning to block the Port of Oakland this Saturday to prevent two commercial shipping tankers partially owned by the Israel Corporation from docking and unloading.
The White House Monday defended its unsuccessful efforts to reach a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, saying Secretary of State John F. Kerry has been "tireless" in his diplomacy.
Pleading with the international community to note the moral distinction between predator and prey, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared on FOX News Sunday: "We are using missile defense to protect our civilians, and they're using their civilians to protect their missiles." But chillingly, that was an understatement – and the Western media has blood on its hands. Welcome to the rise of Corpse PR.