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Israeli Combat Soldier with Cerebral Palsy

Dor Frir is the first soldier with cerebral palsy to serve in a combat role in the IDF. He's already a hero.

The Year of the Vilna Gaon

Long after most of its once-vibrant Jewish community is gone, Lithuania is embracing the legacy of the Vilna Gaon.

Islamic Terrorism: From Libel to Bloodshed

What role does radical Islamist ideology and lies about Israeli schemes for the Temple Mount play in Palestinian terrorism?

The Muslim Holocaust Researcher

Prof. Mehnaz Afridi, a Pakistani Muslim, has been the director of the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center in New York for the past decade.

Israeli Widows Speak

This year, widows of fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism will be embraced by Zoom rather than in crowded cemeteries. But the pain remains the same.

The Eichmann Files

Sixty years after Eichmann's capture, the evidence used against him is revealed.

I Want My Death to be a Jewish One

During the Holocaust monasteries were Paula's refuge and she delved into Christianity. But now, at 94, she’s decided she wants to die as a Jew.

An Arab Zionist's Harrowing Odyssey

Egyptian-born Hussein Aboubakr was 14 when he discovered much of what he was told about Israel was a lie. Today he wants Arabs to understand what Israel really stands for.

Israeli Soldier Following His Brother's Footsteps

Capt. David Sarel, whose brother Maj. Benaya Sarel was killed during Operation Protective Edge, is driven to protect the people of Israel.

Jews and Arabs Together against the Nazis

During the first three years of WWII thousands of Arabs and Jews from Mandate Palestine had fought side by side against the Nazi scourge.

Netanyahu Upfront

Israel Hayom's wide-ranging interview with Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently became the longest-serving prime minister in Israel.

Joined by Tragedy: The Fogel and Salomon Families

The author’s son Udi, daughter-in-law Ruth and three of his grandchildren were murdered by terrorists in Itamar in March 2011.

The Most Important Speech Ever Given by a French President on Anti-Semitism

President Macron equated anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism and said Jew-hatred wasn’t born with the Vichy regime, nor did it die after the liberation of France.

Finally, A UN Reality Check

Nikki Haley, the new U.S. ambassador to the UN, blasts the organization’s anti-Israel bias.

Islam Itself Recognizes the Jewish History of Jerusalem

Ten centuries of Islamic sources confirm Jewish ties to the Temple Mount.

Shaming Arab Women to be Martyrs

Where is the feminist outcry?

A Jew in Tehran

The Jewish community shared their lives and homes as if I was family -- because to them, I was.

A Muslim Zionist's Message of Hope

Time to start loving and stop hating.

For France, This is War

The barbaric attacks in Paris have made it clear that Islamist jihad has arrived, and it intends to kill, terrify and conquer.

Victims and Terrorists under the Same Roof

Tensions on the street spill into Hadassah Medical Center where Jews and Arabs receive the same care.

Intensive Care

Heading the ICU, Prof. Sorkin treated PM Menachem Begin, was with PM Yitzhak Rabin on the day of his assassination, and cried with victims of terror.

Awaiting Israel's Demise

What would happen if Israel were to disappear and be replaced by a Palestinian state.

The Accidental Muslim Zionist

A wide-ranging interview with Dr. Qanta Ahmed, a physician and Muslim intellectual who defends Israel to the world.

The Murder of Alberto Nisman

Friends and family of the slain Argentine prosecutor believe there will be no justice for the bombing victims, nor for him.

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