Western Wall: Yesterday and Today

What we see today is only a small portion of the actual Wall.

What You See When Looking At the Wall

A detailed description of the fences, gates, and hills surrounding the wall.

The Temple and Jewish Unity

Why was the Temple destroyed? The Talmud says: Because of baseless hatred amongst Jews.

Rebuilding the Temple

We must feel the pain of exile if we have any hope of reversing it.

Touched By An Angel

God has many ways to communicate with us. It's the unexpected ones we remember forever.

Living with Miracles

Why I made aliyah during the Intifada.

After the Inferno: Survivors Speak

Survivors of one of Israel's most grisly terrorist attacks speak to Jews of the world -- with words and actions.

Standing Up for Israel

When it comes to the Middle East, the Chicago Sun-Times is a beacon of sanity.

Survivors in Netanya

Terror leaves a trail of death and destruction that lingers for a lifetime.

The Michigan Rally: A Report

With events organized by students themselves, students refused to let such hate of the Jewish people and Israel to go unanswered.

Dear Ari

Ari Weiss was the first person I have personally known who was murdered defending the Land of Israel.

Back to Peoplehood

The recent National Jewish Population Survey reveals a shrinking Jewish people. Is the solution more numbers?

Campus Hate Parade?

Anti-Semitic incidents on campus seem to be on the rise. If this were happening to Muslims, there would be a national uproar.

Children Under Fire

Palestinian children are back on the front lines, throwing rocks and bombs. Who's to blame?

Arab-Israeli Conflict #7: The 1991 Gulf War

As Saddam rained scuds on the Jews, political realities prevented a counter-strike.

Death of a Hero

Sgt. Ari Joshua Weiss of the Nahal Brigade was just three weeks short of his 22nd birthday when he was shot and killed by Palestinian terrorists on Monday.

Truth-telling at Harvard

The president of Harvard speaks out against the spread of anti-Semitic actions on elite campuses.

Middle East Studies Blacklist

The West stakes a claim on campus.

Anniversary of Sept. 11 in the Media

A review of media issues relating to Sept. 11 in light of the Mideast conflict.

ZAKA: Always There When Terror Strikes

ZAKA volunteers are often the first rescue workers to appear at the scene of a terrorist bombing or shooting -- and the last to leave.

Riot at Concordia

In Montreal, a speech by Bibi Netanyahu is cancelled when hundreds of pro-Palestinian turn to violence.

Anti-Globalization: The New Anti-Semitism

The anti-globalization movement should stop sympathizing with terrorists and remove the Middle East conflict from its agenda.

Saudi Arabia: Loyal Ally or Unscrupulous Adversary?

A nationwide poll shows that 63 percent of the US public has a negative opinion of Saudi Arabia. And for good reason.

Arab-Israeli Conflict #6: Peace with Egypt

Jimmy Carter's shuttle diplomacy resulted in the Camp David Accords -- at a high price to Israel, and Nobel Peace Prizes for the principals.

We Didn't Start the Fire

Is it any wonder that the call "Itbakh al-Yahud!" can still be heard in this land?

Who's Rallying For Whom?

After meeting so many Israelis who displayed remarkable courage in the face of Israel's collective pain, it was our spirits that were uplifted.

The World Changed. Did I?

This past year forced us to ask the question, "What am I willing to die for?" Living with that answer will bring lasting change.

What Occupation?

Few subjects have been falsified so thoroughly as the recent history of the West Bank and Gaza.

In War, Sides Must Be Taken

Why we take Israel's side.

The music of Miriam

Jewish women can turn to the life of Miriam, the sister of Moses, as a model of hope in the most dire of circumstances.

Misrepresenting Terror

The Washington Post sympathizes with a Hamas leader, and Time magazine 'blames' Israel for decreasing the violence.

No Trophies for Terrorists

Israel should keep cameras away from scenes of carnage

Flunking with Flying Colors

The Middle East crisis offers the world an ethical litmus test.

Betrayed by the State Dept.

The U.S. State Dept. is doing almost the least it can in capturing Palestinian terrorists who have killed Americans in Israel.

Awaiting the Wounded

Being in charge of the only Level I trauma center from the Jordan Valley to Beersheba, I have seen indescribable anguish, and hope.

UN Report on Jenin

The media tries to mop up its horrific coverage of Jenin. Some newspapers succeed.

Terrorized By Numbers

The media reports Mideast casualties by lumping suicide bombers together with their innocent civilians.

Palestinians Cheer Carnage

The joyful response of so many to the death, suffering, and mutilation of students and university workers raises pointed questions about the health of Palestinian society.

Hebrew U Survivor

Eliad Moreh survived the Hebrew U bombing and she has a message for the world.Courtesy of National Review Online.

At The Bombing

A volunteer medic in Israel describes the scene of a lethal bus bombing.

Media Fails at Hebrew University

The media tries to justify the bombing of an Israeli cafeteria as some kind of tit-for-tat.

Inside a Terrorist's Mind

Prior to his assassination, Salah Shehadeh discussed the logistics of terror operations against Israelis.

Jerusalem Stories

A woman spends a week in Israel visiting victims of terror and their families.

9 New Orphans

A Palestinian terror attack leaves 9 new orphans.

Media Rubble in Gaza

Israel wipes out a most-wanted terrorist. Is the media reporting the whole story?

The Dead End of Jewish Culture

One-quarter of American Jews have rejected watered-down Judaism in favor of full-strength Christianity. Why?

Human "Wrongs"

Israel's efforts to defend itself seem to constitute a moral crime of the gravest magnitude.

Holy Jihad!

Arab clerics do fire and brimstone.

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