If Israel were wiped out tomorrow, Europeans would ask for a brief minute of silence, then sigh relief, and roll up their sleeves to get down to trade and business.
The Al-Arian case is not about academic freedom of speech but about a professor being held accountable for being part of a terrorist apparatus that has killed Americans.
Arafat's "Vision of Peace" NY Times op-ed warrants a full rebuttal.
History shows that international observers will not protect a cease-fire; they will protect the Palestinians' ability to violate it.
Professor Bernard Lewis, the great historian of the Muslim world, talks about bin Laden, the Intifada, and the new threat from Iran.
The latest terrorist attack in Israel reminds us that while Militant Islamic rule in Afghanistan may be history, militant Islam is not.
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.
In this issue: PA pays fake prisoners, celebrity status for the mothers of rioters, and Arab MK's are at it again.
Toward transforming the Middle East.
Arafat is committed to continuing the slaughter until he has all he wants.
Moral and strategic clarity, along with the imperative for victory over terrorism are the necessary values for winning this war.
Peace does not lie in characters and covenants alone. It lies in the hearts and minds of people.
In this issue: Fatah continues the Intifada, French Ambassador poo-poos Israel, and Arab MK's show their true colors.
The latest attacks on Israel remind us that the attempt to destroy the Jewish state has gone on since it came into existence in 1948.
With the body count of Israeli civilians mounting, it's time to get tough.
With suicide attacks plaguing Israel, it is more important than ever that the media get its facts straight.
Powell made numerous false assumptions in his speech, chief among them that the Palestinians would be satisfied with their own state adjacent to Israel.
The Sept. 11 attacks were expected to take a major step toward extinguishing America. Instead they served as a rousing call to arms, reducing the prospects of militant Islam.
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!