Bolstering Fatah is tantamount to investing in the Titanic
June 5, 2007, marks the 40th anniversary of the Six-Day War. The following points are crucial to understanding the war and its implications.
Here's my list. I invite readers to suggest other examples that particularly irk them.
The entire Arab world was furiously preparing Israel's imminent extinction. And the world did nothing.
For Israel and the Arab world, the war changed everything.
Let us market Israel for what it really is: the spiritual capital of the world.
How my eyes were opened to the barbarity of Islam.
The urgent need to renew Israel's national purpose.
A century-long campaign of unfounded claims of a Jewish 'plot' against the mosque continues unabated.
Israel cannot live with a nuclear Iran.
The destabilizing factors in the Middle East run far deeper than the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Iran views Holocaust denial as a strategic propaganda tool.
Guaranteeing our survival begins with each of us deciding that we are willing to fight to survive. And today the challenge facing us is clear.
Iran and Syria are as much our enemies today as the Nazi Reich was our enemy in an earlier era.
According to the UN's top human rights official, the side that sustains more fatalities is less to blame.
Hezbollah -- not Israel -- is guilty of war crimes in Lebanon.
A 12-minute abridged version of the multi-award winning documentary, Obsession: Radical Islams's War Against The West -- a riveting new documentary.
Dr. Tawfik Hamid's change from terrorist to champion of peace began with a question.
Wafa Sultan, the Syrian-American psychologist who gained notoriety for criticizing Islam on Al-Jazeera, remains undeterred.
Compelling reasons why the United States should support Israel.
It's time to bring the fight against terrorists to the countries that arm and fund them.
Exploring the Talmudic thought process involved in releasing terrorists in exchange for the freedom of the three abducted Israeli soldiers.
For Amnesty International, "Israeli war crimes" are synonymous with "any military action whatsoever."
The claim that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is the source of all evil and that its resolution will lead to regional peace and stability is demonstratively wrong.
Human Rights Watch cooks the books about facts, cheats on interviews, and releases predetermined conclusions that are driven more by their ideology than by evidence.
Two crucial questions on Israel versus its enemies.
The abdication of Lebanese leaders.
The difference between us and the terrorists is clear: We endanger ourselves to protect their civilians. They endanger their own civilians to protect themselves.
In Lebanon and Gaza, Israel is holding Arabs responsible for their own fate.
Ammunition for how you can defend Israel.
Imagine that Mexico was calling for the destruction of the United States, backing it up with cross-border raids and missiles.
A Strategic Assessment of the Hizballah War: Defeating the Iranian-Syrian Axis in Lebanon
An address by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
It's not the occupation. The issue is, and has always been, Israel's existence.
If we cut ourselves off from 3,000 years of Judaism, we will lose the right to our existence in our historic homeland.
Israel is a tempting target for those who would finish Hitler's work. His successors now reside in Tehran.
Why the American consensus in support of Israel is deep-rooted and durable.
A comprehensive review of lifestyle and trends for Palestinian Arabs over the last two centuries.
The Academy Awards nominates a film that glorifies Palestinian suicide bombers.