And we are back with another round up of news and information about the War in Gaza.
Previous editions of the round up can be found below:1* 2 *3* 3.5* 4* 4.5* 5* 5.5* 6*6.5 *7* 7.5* 8* 8.5.*9, *9.5, *10, *10.5, *11, *11.5, *12, *12.5, *13.
From traditional media we have:
CNN: Hamas rocket team leader killed, Israel says
CNN: Israel resumes Gaza offensive after lull
CNN: Israel, Hamas brush off U.N. cease-fire resolution
NY Times:Israel and Hamas Rebuff U.N. Cease-Fire Call
Guardian: UN levels war crimes warning at Israel
JPost: Analysis: Time running out for an escalation Israel’s leaders don’t really want
Commentary: Three Questions About “Disproportionate Force”
A quick selection of posts from around the blogopshere.
The IDF blog Captured Hamas Intelligence, 9 Jan 2009, 16:26 IST. They also provide the rocket range map below:
Seraphic Secret covers Unforseen Sanity: Cease Fire Rejected. It includes a special section on women’s shoes, which as my long time readers know is a mystery. That is, why do women need more than three pairs. But I digress.
Yourish says UNSCR 1860: Not worth the paper it’s written on. Omri blogged MSM Headlines Blame Israel For Scuttling UN Ceasefire That Hamas Unequivocally Rejects and Compare And Contrast – Israeli Vs. Hamas Cell Phone Messages To Civilians
Surber asks Neville Obama? Bookworm states Let’s hope Obama is smarter than his followers about Gaza
Posted on Soccer Dad by Daled Amos Yes, It’s True: The Lives Of Palestinian Civilians Are Secondary To Saving Israeli Soldiers.
Click here to see Operation Cast Lead: Fallen IDF Soldiers.
From Shinkwrapped we have An Endless War? and Gaza and the Palestinian Hostile-Dependent Adolescent.
At The Augean Stables Arab “moderates,” demopathy, and the incomprehension of media moralism.
Bonus post from The Elder Al Aqsa’s late night porn.
Solomonia has The Last Angry Mensch (A Boston Supports Israel…Rally?)
Soccer Dad points out the benefits and value of having blogger coverage.
This concludes the round up. Stay tuned for more updates