The U.N. suspended aid deliveries in Gaza yesterday because of security concerns. Separately, more survivors were found at a house south of Gaza City that aid workers said Israeli soldiers had prevented ambulances from reaching.
SOURCE: U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs | By Mary Kate Cannistra - The Washington Post - January 9, 2009
The View From Israel: Victors in a Necessary War Article | TEL AVIV, Jan. 10 -- After 15 days of war that have left more than 800 Palestinians dead -- as many as half of them civilians, medical officials say -- Israelis are sure of two things: They are the victims, and they are also the victors.
Gaza Strikes Reverberate in Egypt Article | CAIRO, Jan. 9 -- Rarely has an Arab leader been so widely perceived as backing Israel and the United States against the Palestinians, whose struggle has been a fundamental rallying point for Arabs and Muslims for more than six decades.