When a man sprays machine-gun fire at a busload of schoolchildren, is that activism, militancy -- or just plain terror?
In this issue: Arafat fails to crack down on terror, and Hamas calls for putting anthrax in the U.S. water supply.
He's criticized and condemned for being alive. He's not supposed to fight back, he's supposed to lay down and die.
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.
How Prime Minister Sharon should respond to Tom Friedman's mock letter from President Bush.
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.
The Arab world spreads a conspiracy theory about a purported Jewish plot to terrorize America and discredit Islam.
Without precise goals, the war will almost certainly go awry. Here's one suggestion: contain radical anti-Westernism among Muslims so that its adherents no longer assault Americans or their allies.
The democratic world must not only destroy the empire of terror, it must also seek to expand the very freedom our enemies want to destroy.
In this issue: anti-American incitement in Palestinian textbooks; two-faced terrorists; and the squeaky un-clean record of Yasser Arafat.
The terror attacks on Jews in Israel have little to do with the living conditions of Palestinians.
Splitting the PLO from the PA presents the United States government with the option to officially label the PLO - and not necessarily the PA - as a terrorist group.
We Jews know well the dangers of blaming an entire group for the actions of individuals.
Palestinian nationalists and Islamists share a hatred of all things American. Both are taking indecent pleasure from American suffering.
A 1984 book on the origins of the Arab-Jewish conflict over Palestine should be required reading for anyone who wants to understand the Mideast — now more than ever.
Here is the text of Israel's key statement at the UN Conference against Racism in Durban, South Africa, written by Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister.
This magnum opus from a popular syndicated columnist puts events of the past year into perspective, and offers a strategy for the future.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers chicken out. Now what about the rest of us?
A leading Jewish journalist views the Mideast conflict from other side of the Atlantic.
The new revisionist view of last summer's Camp David Mideast summit— perhaps best described as a "don't blame Arafat" campaign - is morally and historically false.
A commentary piece in The Wall Street Journal (July 9, 2001) documents the PLO's sordid, bloody past.
Egypt has signed a peace agreement with Israel. But that doesn't prevent Egypt's official media from publishing vile anti-Semitic manifestos.
Thought "Zionism-is-racism" was bad? The upcoming UN World Conference Against Racism may become a platform for something much worse.
Palestinian TV, radio, newspapers and textbooks -- in teaching the Islamic attitude toward Jews -- have fueled an intense hatred for Israel and promoted violent jihad.
A culture of martyrdom has permeated the Palestinian populace. The result is the death of young Palestinian boys, many innocent Israeli victims, and weeping mothers left behind...
Faisal Husseini, hailed by CNN as a moderate voice of peace, admits that negotiations with Israel are just an interim strategy to liberate the entire land.
Yasser Arafat is an obstacle to peace.
Through both official policy and covert methods, the Palestinian Authority forces journalists to skew their reports.
It's all because of the settlements? Don't you believe it!
Will the world have to wait 14 years to learn the fate of Avitan, Binyamin and Suaed?
Since the outbreak of violence in the West Bank and Gaza, there have been repeated Palestinian violations of signed agreements.
A History of Denial of Rights to Christians and Jews by the PLO and Palestinian Authority.
Media reports claim that Ariel Sharon's walk on the Temple Mount sparked the riots. A high Palestinian official claims otherwise.
The head of the International Law Branch of the Israeli Defense Forces talks about Israeli restraint, and efforts to reduce Palestinian casualties.
Meira, a Jew, sings the Sesame Street song, "Let's be friends" in Arabic. Muhammad sings the PLO's marching song that calls on every Palestinian youngster to take up arms against the Jews.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution (H. CON. RES. 426) placing sole blame on the Palestinians for the recent violence (2000).
"Perhaps it is not surprising that parents and leaders who proudly sendchildren to die in attacks against Israel would resort to targeting Israeli children as well."
What does the Palestinian public really think about the present and future of the Mideast conflict? This opinion poll reveals some startling results.
Our reoccupation of our own land cannot be called theft by anyone who supports the Jewish right to exist as a separate, distinct people.
The Biblical conflict between Isaac and Ishmael is rooted in laughter. And it's no joke.
Images of Kristalnacht were stirred up for Jewish residents of Efrat, as their synagogue was vandalized by Palestinian intruders.
This outbreak of violence in the Middle East and the resounding rise in anti-Semitic attacks worldwide are a wake-up call to Jews everywhere. A Jew is a Jew, no matter where they live.
155 Israelis have been killed by Palestinian suicide bombers since the Oslo process began in September 1993. This list does not include other acts of Palestinian terror.
The old David & Goliath model has now been reversed -- with Palestinians as the pitied underdog.
Children are dying in the Mideast riots. Who's to blame?
The issue of Palestinians refugees is a sticking point in the peace negotiations. But who is responsible for these refugees?
How tragic that Palestinians send their children at risk of death, and then cynically use this against Israel to win world sympathy.
On the occasion of the new Israeli government taking power, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein of California, a long-time supporter of the Oslo Accord, gave a passionately pro-Israel speech.
Senator Connie Mack of Florida gave a speech on the Senate floor two years ago, calling for peace based on security, freedom, and a change of heart. It is prophetic.
A heinous suicide bomb in Netanya on March 4, 2001 makes one wonder: Exactly what land are the Palestinians trying to liberate?