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Wednesday, March 04, 2009
In February I wrote about the armed LAU missile found in the town of Chareidi town of Elad.

Well, this may or may not be a continuation of that story.

Arutz-7 is reporting that at a "yeshiva at the Judean Desert community of Elad, east of Tel Aviv" sappers were brought in to to neutralize weapons gathered as souvenirs by the students, from a nearby Special Forces training base.

I assume it is the same Elad, as I'm not familiar with any Elad in the Judean Desert. I do know of an Elad, east of Tel Aviv, near Rosh HaAyin and that's the Chareidi town. But in the Judean Desert? That's stretching it a bit.


Anonymous said...

Stretching it -- well, why not? If they can s-t-r-e-t-c-h the "West Bank" of the Yarden so that it extends not only to the high-water mark but actually goes up and over the ridgeline, why not stretch the Judean Desert as well? ;)

Anonymous said...


How, exactly, will Netanyahu form a government, at this point, without Lieberman? Even if Barak finds a way of joining. And, ditto, for the Likudniks who followed Sharon into Kadima.

Me? It's a soap opera, where I think, among the players, Livni is working as if she holds aces. And, she doesn't.

But Netanyahu is right. If the government is "full of religion" then Livni has the strength of Samson, sitting in the opposition.

These are real political threats.

And, at the next set of elections? Which is what both Barak and Livni keep planning on?

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