Israel says it has fired at Lebanon in response to missile launches

No details on any damage or casualties as residents near border ordered to stay inside Israels military said it has fired on targets in southern Lebanon, responding to several anti-tank missiles launched towards an Israeli army base and vehicles in the north. The military gave no further details on whether the incoming missiles had caused any damage, but said a number of hits have been confirmed. Lebanons pro-Hezbollah TV channel, al-Mayadeen, cited the militant group as saying the attack had destroyed a military vehicle in the northern Israel town of Avivim. The news channel added there were deaths and injuries, something Israel did not confirm. Israel has been attempting to attack it with two drones on Sunday in southern Beirut, …

Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ hasn’t a hope of bringing peace | Yehuda Shaul

Nothing short of ending ending legal discrimination will make a difference to Israel and Palestine, says former IDF commander Yehuda Shaul Here in Jerusalem, we await publication of Donald Trumps picture posted by Uri Karzen, a leader in the Israeli settler community in the West Bank city of Hebron. The picture showed an iftarcelebration in Hebron attended by both Israeli settlers and a few Palestinians. We are laying the groundwork for peace, wrote Karzen. Greenblatt, in his retweet, opened fire on Palestinians during morning prayers, murdering 29 and injuring more than 100. Ostensibly to protect settlers from retaliation by Palestinians after the massacre, the army closed Shuhada Street, the citys central road, as well as the vegetable, wholesale and meat …