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  1. International ISR: Israel Tackles The Last Frontier Of UAV Technology

    “UAVs have become indispensable in performing a full range of missions in support of our defensive strategy. Not a day goes by without multiple operational deployment of our unmanned assets,” said Tal Inbar, head of the Space and UAV Research Center at Israel’s Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies.

    Background info collected from Internet on Tal Inbar, Head of the Space Research Center.

    Googling for Tal Inbar … what’s right up there next to his biography? Right your newest article! One could say another errant UAV was launched from Israeli territory that needed to be taken down. Well done, excellent restraint.

    1. I had a dispute with a Zionist commenter recently, as he claimed that IDF can “walk and chew gum”. The topic then was if arresting and harassing though the entire span of West Bank is detrimental to the ostensible goal of finding the culprits who at that time were believed (by us, the public) to be kidnapers. Well, I did not read about them being found.

      While UAV program is technologically admirable (at least, against an unsophisticated opponent), and the skill at harassing villagers reaches new heights, the abilities at close range combat seem to decrease. So the dilemma, walk or chew, is still there.

  2. I am happy that Mr.Inbar didn’t get very far with this one – and the time seems to be fast approaching that being called names by the likes of him becomes a positive part of one’s cv.

    This brings me to a related question.

    Twelve years ago Eric Alterman published a list which classified American columnists on the basis of their attitude to Israel. His criteria where: reflexively pro Israel, critical of both Israel and the Palestinians but basically supporting Israel’s security over Palestinian rights, reflexively pro-Palestinian. The list with the reflexively pro-Israel types was as long as your arm, the two other ones (critical but basically supportive of Israel. and reflexively Palestinian) had five names each. Of the reflexively pro-Palestinian types only Pat Buchanan is still alive – and he is getting decidedly long in the tooth.

    However, as M.J.Rosenberg wrote a few years ago in the Huffington Post, the ground is shifting (as a former important AIPAC staffer who is now critical of Israel and its US lobby he is himself an example of that) . He pointed, inter alia, to the present attitudes of David Remnick and Peter Beinart to prove his point. I would love to see an update of Alterman’s list, to find out how much the ground has shifted. Does any one know of one? Perhaps we could cobble one together ourselves.

  3. I am going through the same experience as you, Richard, but it has been 48 hours. So many Bloggers are telling me trhe same thing.

  4. For what it’s worth, I placed a complaint against Mr. Inbar as violating Community Standards. It was rejected, but at least it is on the record.

  5. Richard, this just happened to me today! This is their new tactic. I guess I’m in good company 🙂

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