Their goal is to destroy Israel. Boycott, divestment and sanction is just a tactic that is being used to attack only Israel.
Students for Justice in Palestine exploit the deaths of innocent Americans to further their own anti-Semitic political agenda.
Despite Israel’s lawful origins, it is the only country in the world whose legitimacy has been questioned.
Harvard’s president stops an anti-Israel boycott against SodaStream.
Why the movement is bad for peace.
Reliable sources say half of those killed were combatants.
Hamas’ dead baby strategy works because the media facilitates it.
It is not surprising to see an increase in Jew-hatred in western Europe.
Is terrorism against Israel really more justified than terrorism against Norway?
The standard is proof beyond a reasonable doubt, even if it's 'likely' or 'probable' that she committed murder.
The disclosure of Arab views on Iran's nuclear plans has made a military strike more likely.
The Arab lobby in America is stronger than Israel’s, says a controversial new book.
If Israel killed Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, did it have the right to?
For the Criminal Court to work, the worst must come first.
Don't play into the deadly, cynical ploy of Hamas and blame Israel.
Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is so biased that it inevitably raises the question of what would motivate Jimmy Carter to write such an indecent book.
Carter is making more money selling integrity than peanuts.
For Amnesty International, "Israeli war crimes" are synonymous with "any military action whatsoever."
Human Rights Watch cooks the books about facts, cheats on interviews, and releases predetermined conclusions that are driven more by their ideology than by evidence.
Unless the church rescinds this immoral and bigoted denigration of the Jewish state, it will be contributing to anti-Jewish bigotry and the encouragement of terrorism.
Israel is under neither a moral nor a legal obligation to give any weight to the International Court's predetermined decision.
Human rights are being used to promote human wrongs.
Some overprivileged Muslims support a culture of death, while impoverished Tibetans celebrate life
No reasonable argument can be made that the decision to target terrorist commanders is unlawful under the laws of war or under international law.
The Iran-Hezbollah axis is the greatest threat to world peace, to Jewish survival, to Western values, and to civilization.
Is Israel's policy of assassinating terrorist leaders legal under international law?
With both nations facing a similar war against terrorism, it is wrong for the United States to demand more of Israel than it asks of itself.