Israel's 'red lines'

This week’s fake outrage: Wine festival in Beersheva

The wine festival has been going on in the exact same spot for years, and no one complained about it before.

There have been no prayers in the mosque since 1948.

“This is a sensitive issue that endangers the interests of all Arab citizens of the state,” Attorney Mahameed emphasized in the letter.

“The use of the courtyard of the Mosque for drinking alcohol is a red line banned in Islam, and is completely incompatible with the mosque’s intended use for prayer.”

Last time we checked Israel was not  under Islamic law.

The entire “outrage” is simply orchestrated to get people upset. It has zero basis in fact. But then again, when are facts important to the anti-Israel crowd?

Hezbollah holds massive military drill to simulate raids into northern Israel, border clashes

Hezbollah holds massive military drill 

10,000 gunmen participate in war games reportedly supervised by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard; 2,000 Hezbollah fighters said to be undergoing training in Iran

Top German politician calls for EU to ban Hezbollah

BERLIN – Lebanon’s Hezbollah should be placed on the European Union’s list of terrorist groups, Philipp Missfelder, the deputy spokesman on foreign policy for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party in the Bundestag, wrote to The Jerusalem Post on Thursday.More here.  (via TT & Vlad)