People always choose the underdog, regardless of the facts.
The Prime Minister clearly explains Israel's position on Iran.
Israel Peace Week presents "It Takes Two," a musical satire about the real obstacle to peace in the Middle East.
During the Holocaust the world ignored the desperate plight of endangered Jews. Have things changed?
Apartheid against the Palestinians is alive and well.
An aerial view of Israel's security dilemma and settlements.
Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs explains the historical facts relating to the issue of refugees in the Israeli Palestinian conflict.
Who most successfully discriminates against, brutalizes, and slaughters its own citizens? Let’s take a look at our contestants.
The remarkable story of Mosab Hassan Yousef, who went from Hamas to the Mossad.
A new documentary on how Israel's spirit and resilience brought them to the forefront of world innovation.
Why it's wrong to blame Israel for the collapse of the so-called peace process.
The belief that no Jewish Temple ever existed in Jerusalem has become a mounting problem.
UNESCO’s vote to accept Palestinian membership is a strategy to avoid negotiations with Israel.
By comparing the release of captive IDF soldier Gilad Shalit with 1000 terrorists, the media is creating a lie.
No decent person can fail to be moved by the return of Gilad Shalit. Yet this deal ultimately represents a triumph of heart over head.
An eloquent letter written by a non-Jewish Scottish professor to his students who voted to boycott Israel.
All that's needed to attain peace are a handful of words you'll probably never hear.
All you need to know about the Palestinian move for recognition by the United Nations.
Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict.
Examining the long-hidden documents of the 1920 San Remo Conference.
If the consequences weren't so serious, it might just be funny.
An Open Letter to Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Why going to the UN to bid for state recognition is not going to bring the Palestinians closer to the establishment of a state.
The UN incessantly condemns Israel while neglecting to challenge oppressive regimes around the world.
Amongst scholars, there is deep resistance to open analysis of hostility to Jews when it comes from Muslims and Arabs.
Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict.
Prime Minister Netanyahu shows us the real face of Israel.
The champion of the Arab cause and his little-known romance with Zionism.
New cars, shopping malls, luxury hotels. A NYT reporter experiences life in Gaza.
The upcoming flotilla violates international law and intends to provoke violent confrontation.
If the UN unilaterally declares a Palestinian state, will you join the party?
Israel’s superior moral strength is the very target of criticism against it.
A UN resolution to recognize a Palestinian State within the "1967 Borders" would be illegal.
No distortion of history can deny the 4,000 year old bond between the Jewish people and the Jewish land.
Sometimes the luxury of proving you are right is not worth the cost.
As the Western media turned their eyes away, a fundamentalist Islamic state began taking root.
The lies and distortions of Mahmoud Abbas in his NYT op-ed is a clear rejection of peace.
Unity between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas is a devastating blow to peace.
The "realists" are wrong: Israel is America's ultimate ally.