Yesterday’s Irish Examiner editorial, ‘A Sobering Lesson for Israel’, was one of the most unbalanced and ill-informed commentaries I have read. You blame Israel for alienating its allies, but give no sensible explanation of why.
Thu, 09 Apr, 2015
If Enda Kenny was feeling the heat he did not show it as he swirled into southern Lebanon — which is more than could be said for three of the soldiers in the honour guard waiting to be inspected who passed out in the sweltering 34C heat as the Taoiseach arrived.
Tue, 17 Jun, 2014
Members of the defence forces have been deployed to south Lebanon to quell tensions. While their commander attests to their readiness for the mission, if violence escalates it could prevent a visit by President McAleese, writes Political Reporter Juno McEnroe in Tibnin.
Sat, 23 Jul, 2011
The UN’s special co-ordinator for Lebanon said he plans to visit Israel next week with the UN commander in southern Lebanon to discuss Israel’s decision “in principle” to pull troops out of the northern half of a village that straddles the border.
Fri, 19 Nov, 2010
DURING a visit to Beirut, the author reluctantly agrees to write her mother, Kamila’s life story. There is caution and uncertainty between mother and daughter. The reasons for this become obvious as Kamila’s story unfolds.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2009
Lebanese soldiers fanned out along the Mediterranean coastline in northern Lebanon today, hunting for fugitives a day after the army crushed the remnants of a militant group and ended a three-month siege at a Palestinian refugee camp.
Mon, 03 Sep, 2007