Last Friday, just before Shabbat, there was a meeting in Beirut. Sitting down about 150 miles from Jerusalem, a representative for Hamas sipped Turkish coffee and ate figs with Iran's ambassador to Lebanon. What has reunited Hamas with Tehran?
More than 16 million travelers passed through Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport last year. Israel keeps an eagle-eye on every flight, including its perch from the airport's new, and cool, control tower.
The "Facebook satellite" that exploded on the launchpad last Thursday was Israeli made. Was the explosion sabotage? If so, why? And who might have done it?
Along with President Abbas and his Palestinian Authority, and in a shared disregard of Hamas, the international community shows no interest in Palestinian refugees suffering in Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. Why?
Today Jerusalem is watching America lead Syria to the worst possible solution for Israel: Assad in power, and Iranians in the Golan Heights.