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We’ll just have to tune in on Sunday night to find out.S. in the period under review, the app sends a warning to other users in the network that may feel the earthquake next. arsenals and command centers.but one must understand how our enemy operates Who hides in mosques Hamas Who puts arsenals under hospitals Hamas Who puts command centers in residences or near kindergartens Hamas Hamas is using the residents of Gaza as human shields and it is bringing disaster to the civilians of Gaza; therefore for any attack on Gaza civilians which we regret Hamas and its partners bear sole responsibility" Netanyahu said He added that the goal of the campaign which Israel launched last Tuesday and named Operation Protective Edge is "long-lasting quiet with a significant damage to Hamas and other terror organizations in Gaza Strip" He seemed to be preparing Israels citizens who have been scrambling into bomb shelters as Hamas has demonstrated an ability to fire off more rockets simultaneously than ever before and most importantly with a far longer range: rockets were fired at Haifa for the second time Sunday "We dont know when it will be over" Netanyahu said "It might take a long time" "A long time" in Israeli-Palestinian terms might be three weeks Thats about the length of the last little war that included a ground invasion Operation Cast Lead which ended in Jan 2009 By the time the two sides reached a ceasefire 1400 Palestinians and 13 Israelis were dead In 2012 there was a repeat of intense Israel-Hamas hostilities that lasted just over a week dubbed Operation Pillar of Defense Sound annoyingly repetitive It is for Israelis and Palestinians as well The fact that tensions periodically escalate into these deadly mini-wars are what seems to be driving some in the Israeli security establishment to argue that rather than go into Gaza briefly and "mow the lawn" again they need to "rip up the weeds"or perhaps get out the bulldozersto borrow from the language being bandied about on talk shows and in op-eds But Brig Gen (ret) Shlomo Brom a former director of the Strategic Planning Division of the IDF says he cant see a positive upshot to an Israeli ground invasion of Gaza "I am not so sure that there are good objectives to such an operation" Brom told TIME To really hit at Hamas he said Israel would need to carry out a wide-scale operation taking control of large parts of the Gaza Strip That would be costly both financially and in terms of “collateral damage civilian casualties” he said "And then it will mean also that we will have to continue to be in this area for at least several months to look for the Hamas operatives and that also may mull us into a complete re-occupation of the Gaza Strip” In other words the quick cease-fire solution that makes so much sense virtually everywhere else in the world sounds to some Israelis like a recipe for endless rounds of lethal tit-for-tat Unlike some of the hawks in his cabinet however Netanyahu tends to be cautious Brom says and is well aware that support for his predecessor Ehud Olmert dropped precipitously both locally and internationally after the war with Hizbollah in 2006 as well as Cast Lead in 2009 Meanwhile the IDF gave residents of the northern Gaza Strip from where most of the rockets are launched until midday Sunday to leave the area causing thousands to flee south The IDF told reporters in briefings that with most civilians out of the area they could carry out an intensive campaign against Hamas infrastructure Hamas has been ordering civilians to return to their homes telling them to ignore the IDFs orders according to an Israel Radio report Even so about 4000 Palestinians left their homes in the north of the strip and are taking shelter in schools run by UNRWA a United Nations agency With a cease-fire nowhere in sight the death toll in Gaza keeps rising according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health on Sunday it hit 166 Contact us at [email protected] looks like Valentine’s Day isn’t just limited to Earth or its solar system On Tuesday NASA announced the discovery of a distant star with a “heartbeat” The space agency observed the heartbeat-like vibrations on the outer shell of a star called HAT-P-2 making the detection with its Spitzer Space Telescope according to details published in Astrophysical Journal Letters The star is reportedly 370 light-years away and scientists believe the star’s behavior was caused by an exoplanet dubbed HAT-P-2b circling it in a tight orbit The planet NASA found appears to interact with the star every time it makes its closest approach in its orbit almost as if it’s giving the start a “kiss” If this gravitational force is what causes the heartbeat then these findings could have major implications for how scientists look for and study exoplanets in the future “We had intended the observations to provide a detailed look at HAT-P-2bs atmospheric circulation” Nikole Lewis co-author and astronomer at Space Telescope Science Institute Baltimore said in a statement “The discovery of the oscillations was unexpected but adds another piece to the puzzle of how this system evolved” Lewis and her team were surprised to find a relatively small planet like HAT-P-2b could have such an effect on the much-larger star it orbits But even though the planet’s mass is eight times the size of our solar system’s largest planet Jupiter its host star HAT-P-2 is approximately 100 times larger than the planet it interacts with according to the findings “Our observations suggest that our understanding of planet-star interactions is incomplete” Julien de Wit postdoctoral associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge said in the same statement “There’s more to learn from studying stars in systems like this one and listening for the stories they tell through their ‘heartbeats’” Contact us at [email protected] morning meeting at the White House showed progress in ongoing discussions over the future of immigrants brought to the US as children President Trump hosted a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers to discuss a compromise on immigration issues including the how to deal with participants in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals an Obama-era program the Administration is winding down By the time the Tuesday discussions came to a close lawmakers had agreed to focus on a narrow plan that includes four main components: a permanent solution for DACA recipients border security and reforms to the diversity-visa lottery program and what the President calls "chain-migration" or when immigrants sponsor relatives to join them in the US, or “chain migration” and the diversity visa lottery program should be included in the final package. craters.

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