Israel is using missile defense to protect its civilians and Hamas is using their civilians to protect their missiles.
Deterrence worked with the Soviet Union. Here's why it won't work with Iran.
Echoes of ’67, Israelis today face the greatest threat to their existence.
It would be a sacrilege to build the proposed mosque at Ground Zero.
The whole point of this relentless international campaign is to deprive Israel of any legitimate form of self-defense.
Medicalizing mass murder not only exonerates. It turns the murderer into a sympathetic victim.
For generations, Palestinian leadership chose destitution and despair rather than accept any settlement not accompanied by the extinction of Israel.
It's the norm for exiled nations to disappear -- with one exception: a miraculous story of redemption and return, after not a century or two, but 2,000 years.
The entire Arab world was furiously preparing Israel's imminent extinction. And the world did nothing.
It's not the occupation. The issue is, and has always been, Israel's existence.
Israel is a tempting target for those who would finish Hitler's work. His successors now reside in Tehran.
The mob has turned this into a test case for freedom of speech in the West.
If the world responds correctly, the Hamas victory will mark a turning point for the better.
When you retell a story in which the role of the Jews is central and give it the most offensive, pre-Vatican II treatment possible, you can hardly claim, "I didn't mean it."
Will the civilized world disarm the barbarians who could cause the ultimate destruction?
The reason innocents are dying every day is not because of the occupation, but because the Palestinians believe they can get land without peace.
Historically, most conflicts are either settled, or decisively altered, by test of arms.
The "Jenin massacre" is more than a fiction. It is a hoax, perpetrated in a world of monstrous moral inversion.
Just end the occupation of the West Bank, say the Arabs, and we will guarantee Israel peace. Lebanon proves otherwise.
If this fighting is ever to end, it must be shown that there is a price for violence, terror and duplicity.
The ship is an announcement of Arafat's duplicitous intentions: a temporary truce -- as he girds for war, a far wider, deadlier, more explosive war.
This phony plan designed to get Arafat off the hook is guaranteed to make things worse.
This magnum opus from a popular syndicated columnist puts events of the past year into perspective, and offers a strategy for the future.