Here's an anniversary you might have missed. On this day in 1981, Israel took out the Iraq nuclear reactor at Osiraki, near Baghdad, "saying they believed it was designed to make nuclear weapons to destroy Israel." Story here.
As Mugged by Reality points out, last Sunday was also the anniversary of when in 1967 the Israeli Air Force "destroyed the Egyptian air force in comfortably less than three hours." You've got to admire their lethal professionalism. As MbR concludes "Here's a prematurely raised glass for when they inevitably pay the same compliment to the Iranian nuke programme."
Perhaps they could be persuaded to take a flight over North Korea as well?