This blog's expertise is in reporting facts, but without much understanding. Instead of discussing the issue of why the gag order on the fact of the arrest was imposed for so long, and if this was legal (in yesterday's edition the indication was that the imposition was done by a military censor and not a judge), the authors give us a list or recent cases involving Hizballah spying. Thanks a lot for nothing. The only "analytical" contribution is that the authors think the Shin Bet learned a lesson from the Kamm case. This is doubtful, because the gag order was lifted only on the eve of a major public demonstration by Israeli Arabs, when the entire country would have become aware of what was happening. Let me suggest another blog, authore by ONE military correspondent, who will give the dry facts, and an analyst who will contribute some thinking to the article. We don't need TWO babblers of facts.
Brazilian head of UN peacekeeping force in Haiti dies of heart attack (Reuters)