Diplomacy played a shameful role in paving the way for the Holocaust. But there were a few diplomats who displayed extraordinary moral courage.
Eighty years ago, the thought controllers wanted no Darwin; today's thought controllers want only Darwin.
Suppressing news by threatening reporters with violence or death is one of the dirty little secrets of Middle East journalism.
Finding gratification in the suffering of another isn't sport. It's sadism.
The key to Arab-Israeli peace is to compel the Arab world to abandon its dream of liquidating Israel.
Genocide denial must be intolerable, above all to those for whom "never again" is a sacred principle.
Iran's intentions are nakedly, malignantly clear. What is not clear at all is what the civilized world will do about it
Iran and Syria are as much our enemies today as the Nazi Reich was our enemy in an earlier era.
The real insult to Islam is the violence, terror, and bloodshed that Islamist fanatics unleash in the name of their religion
After an international adoption process that dragged on for nearly two years, the day Micah finally came home was one of the happiest our family has known.
Why the American consensus in support of Israel is deep-rooted and durable.
Irving's opinions are vile, and his arguments about the Holocaust are ludicrous. But he doesn't belong in prison.
Today the censors may be coming for some unfunny Mohammed cartoons, but tomorrow it is your words and ideas they will silence.
He left this world peacefully, unlike the thousands of victims he sent to early graves.
For 3,500 years, Jews have been telling their children and the rest of the world the most revolutionary message in human history.
The Hatuels opposed Ariel Sharon's proposed Gaza pullout because they understood that unilaterally surrendering land to Hamas and the PLO could only result in more terror and bloodshed, not less.
Revisiting a painful and, alas, timely issue: Should people watch the gruesome video of Daniel Pearl's brutal murder?
If Americans are hated in the Arab world, much of the blame can be laid to the influence of thugocracies like Mubarak's.
When civilized nations fail to rise up against the Jew-haters in their midst, it is often just a matter of time before the Jew-haters in their midst rise up against them.
It would put Arafat and the Palestinian dictatorship in position to accomplish at last the goal they have never abandoned: the liquidation of Israel.
Gas chambers. Poisoned food. Torture. Families murdered en masse. How much more do we need to know about North Korea's crimes before we act to stop them?
In the past 10 years, 51 Americans have been murdered by Palestinian terrorists.
Some Jews fought the Nazis with guns and sabotage; others fought by persisting in Jewish life.
Peace will only come when the world stops "the soft bigotry of low expectations" against the Palestinians.
The choice of one of the world's most repressive tyrannies to head the UN's main human rights body was a textbook illustration of the way the UN works.
A smug little group of Norwegian politicians continues to show disturbingly bad judgment in choosing the Nobel Peace Prize recipients.
Why should Washington's plan to oust Saddam Hussein transform Iraq into a democracy prevent Israel from working a similar transformation of Palestinian society?
In the war against terror, our moral clarity is as indispensable as our Special Forces and our F-16s. Let us resolve not to lose it.
The massacre in Metzer was an attack not on the idea of peace, but on the idea of Israel.
In a country with no more than a wisp of Jewish life, where does such an appetite for things Jewish come from?
A nationwide poll shows that 63 percent of the US public has a negative opinion of Saudi Arabia. And for good reason.
New research shows that Harvard, like other elite institutions, was largely unmoved by the early horrors of the Hitler regime.
The Palestine that is always on Arafat's mind is not an Arab state that coexists with Israel, but an Arab state that takes the place of Israel.
Has the UN arrived at a turning point? Or was Monday's conference merely a fig leaf -- a PR response to some bad press?
People are not our greatest liability; they are our greatest asset.
History shows once again that appeasing terrorists emboldens them to more violence.
Because one young person refused to back away from a fight, the plug has been pulled on a leading purveyor of hatred. Now what about Harvard?
The president of Harvard speaks out against the spread of anti-Semitic actions on elite campuses.
If these are the partners we are relying on in our war to rid the world of terror, that war is as good as lost.