… while there are no remaining Jewish refugees from Arab countries?
We want the Jews either to disappear or be subservient to our whims.
The expectations of the Arab Spring are being realized in the Jewish State where democracy, the rule of law, openness, and every type of freedom flourishes.
It’s a promise made – and broken – during every election. Why it’s essential for the US to make this move.
There’s only one country in the Middle East that could produce a soldier like me.
Aboud Dandachi wants the world to know how remarkable Israel is.
I went to Israel expecting to witness an apartheid state, but I immediately understood that I had been misled.
New government guidance will prevent any public body from imposing a boycott on a member of the World Trade Organization to which Israel belongs.
Palestinian leaders are twisting reality to rally the world against Israel and to advance their own political goals.
Ban Ki Moon gets it wrong on many counts.
A physician addresses yet another anti-Israel movement.
Defeating the radicals begins with the facts.
Meet the rescue team of doctors and nurses, both Arab and Jewish, from the Israeli humanitarian organization IsraAid, helping Syrian refugees in Greece.
And murdering them in the streets is not going to change anything.
One page incites against Jews. One page incites against Palestinians. Which page will be closed by Facebook?
In an unpredictable and constantly shifting Middle east, one thing remains constant: defensible borders are vital to Israel’s security.
A whopping 67 percent of Palestinians support stabbing attacks against Israelis.
The world should learn from the terrorist’s father how to properly respond to terror.
Israel’s enemy brilliant strategy: Strike ordinary people, anywhere, anytime, anyplace, with ordinary weapons, like a knife or a car.
A book on Israel’s water solutions has the makings of a grassroots movement.
Is the Israeli military a paragon of wartime ethics? Or an oppressive force that targets innocent Palestinian civilians and commits war crimes?
Israel and the rest of the free world are fighting the same battle.
Do you know more about Israel than the average Birthright applicant?
Facing today’s threats requires moral clarity, not outlandish conspiracy theories or fuzzy moral equivalence.
EU's edict to label products from Israel came out on the anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Facebook is faced with a lawsuit for facilitating pages that incite violence against Jews.
Surveillance cameras would show the world who is really "desecrating" the Islamic holy sites.
Thank you for not caving into pressure to boycott Israel.
A brilliant depiction of the various threats facing Israel.
Who was Haj Amin Al Husseini and what role did he play in the Holocaust?
The truth about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is being butchered by a campaign of vicious lies.
What does it take to raise a child to stab another child to death?
These terrorists aren’t driven by poverty. They want to see Israel destroyed and Jews slaughtered.
Watch Arab hatred being enflamed and understand what we are up against.
Boycotting the narrow-minded bigotry of a creative genius.
Reputable organizations lend support, prestige and funds to those who plan, carry out and praise terror attacks against Jews.
Finding the right way to show compassion.
Turning a blind eye while repeating the mantra that "the only alternative to this deal is war" just won't wash.
One Arab man disentangles years of hate.
It is not poverty or ignorance. A senior State Dept. advisor and Georgetown University foreign policy professor shares what he discovered while living in Pakistan.
Get the facts about the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran.
The State of Israel, founded in 1948, is besieged today more than ever.
There’s a total lack of education for peace and no strong leader authorized to embark on such a risky mission.
The full text of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s statement on the nuclear deal with Iran, July 14, 2015.
Imagine a tiny country only 14,000 sq. miles, surrounded by 22 hostile countries. John Lennon didn’t imagine this.