The world should know what Abu Abbas and Samir Kuntar did to my family.
Damascus has a record of lying to Washington and getting away with it.
Memorial Day is especially painful for the families of soldiers whose fate remains unknown.
Jewish tradition holds that even a corrupt culture can be reshaped.
On Tuesday, January 28, Israelis will go to the polls to elect a new Knesset -- and to showcase the Mideast's lone democracy.
Beleaguered Israeli doctors now have to fend off mindless attacks from their scientific colleagues, particularly in Europe.
Why should Washington's plan to oust Saddam Hussein transform Iraq into a democracy prevent Israel from working a similar transformation of Palestinian society?
A self-proclaimed 'moderate' Islamic website condones Palestinian suicide bombings against civilians.
The Christian Science Monitor delegitimizes and sensationalizes the amount of U.S. foreign aid to Israel.
The terror attacks in Kenya foretells troubles for the entire free world.
Terror should not be interpreted. It should be eradicated.
Why are the three places in Israel that the Torah records as legal property of the Jewish people in dispute?
The massacre in Metzer was an attack not on the idea of peace, but on the idea of Israel.
Palestinian children are back on the front lines, throwing rocks and bombs. Who's to blame?
As Saddam rained scuds on the Jews, political realities prevented a counter-strike.
The anti-globalization movement should stop sympathizing with terrorists and remove the Middle East conflict from its agenda.
A nationwide poll shows that 63 percent of the US public has a negative opinion of Saudi Arabia. And for good reason.
Jimmy Carter's shuttle diplomacy resulted in the Camp David Accords -- at a high price to Israel, and Nobel Peace Prizes for the principals.
Is it any wonder that the call "Itbakh al-Yahud!" can still be heard in this land?
Few subjects have been falsified so thoroughly as the recent history of the West Bank and Gaza.
Why we take Israel's side.
The Middle East crisis offers the world an ethical litmus test.
The U.S. State Dept. is doing almost the least it can in capturing Palestinian terrorists who have killed Americans in Israel.
The media reports Mideast casualties by lumping suicide bombers together with their innocent civilians.
The joyful response of so many to the death, suffering, and mutilation of students and university workers raises pointed questions about the health of Palestinian society.
Prior to his assassination, Salah Shehadeh discussed the logistics of terror operations against Israelis.
Israel's efforts to defend itself seem to constitute a moral crime of the gravest magnitude.
Why reason and justice are on Israel's side.
The entire Palestinian society is responsible for the brutal, suicidal onslaught because those who do not agree lack the integrity and courage to rise up, condemn, and do something about it.
The President's vision for a "provisional" Palestinian leaves one crude message: Terrorism pays.
An end to terror and violence along with PA reform must precede any declaration of statehood or final status negotiations.
The reason innocents are dying every day is not because of the occupation, but because the Palestinians believe they can get land without peace.
In this issue: Controversial Congressional race in Alabama, terror survivor speaks, the illogical boycott, and praying for the wounded.
Why aren't we denouncing Pakistan and supporting India with the same vehemence we bring to Israel and its enemies?
Violence against civilians must be forcibly stopped, not forgiven.
Once again, Syria and Egypt attack. And yet again, only a miracle stops them.
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.
A thirst for violence is being drilled into Palestinian children. How should Jewish parents respond?
Historically, most conflicts are either settled, or decisively altered, by test of arms.
Those searching for heroes need look no farther than Israel, a country that has done more, for more people, with fewer resources and under greater threat, than almost any other.