A heated debate at the recent Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York highlighted that back in 2010, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apparently ordered Israel’s defense establishment to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, or to prepare to do so.
During the discussion, Post columnist Caroline Glick accused fellow panelists former Mossad chief Meir Dagan and former IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi of refusing Netanyahu’s orders during their respective tenures.
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A face encounter with Prince William prompted an SAS soldier to make the extraordinary claim that Princess Diana was murdered by a member of the elite unit.
After taking William on an SAS advanced driving course in 2008, the former sniper, known only as Soldier N, went home and confided to his wife that Diana was assassinated in an alleged plot.
He calmly told his wife that she was killed when a bright light was shone into the Paris tunnel moments before the crash. Continue reading