Is Israel wrong in its policy since we're actually targeted by mortars, shootings, rockets, missiles and underground tunnels?
If Israel can maintain itself with an Arab minority of 20%, "Palestine" can't be a state with 17% Jews?
Peter Beinart now has the Jerusalem Light Rail, which services Arab neighborhoods, in his cross hairs.
The Emergency Committee for Israel released a new web ad highlighting Chuch Hagel's confused response about U.S. policy on Iran.
The New York Times criticizes Israel for not undergoing the scrutiny of the UN Human Rights Council, while at the same time recognizes the extreme bias the Council shows against Israel.
According to the Midrash if the Hebrew slaves failed to produce their quota of bricks, Jewish children were plastered into the walls to fill the gaps.
The UN conceived of Jerusalem of extending from just south of Ramallah to Bethlehem and from Motza east to almost where Maaleh Adumim is today.
A little insulting but shouldn't the Temple become a central element in the public discourse?
As evidenced by this World War I map, the Green Line is a new creation.
Dani Dayan and Caroline Glick were met with hostility at the event (organised by Intelligence Squared) that was contacted at the lecture hall of the Royal Geographical Society.
A Hebrew University professor suggests that the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheik Jarrah is actually the Biblical town of Nob, where David fled from Saul.
How many times can we be said to have turned right? And why are journalists surprised?
I'd suggest it is Israel that is saving the West, if only they'd let us.
Apparently it was due to criticism of Netanyahu after the Migron evacuation.
Yesha Council Chairman Dani Dayan appears in a pro-Likud video clip.
The Ottoman Empire was in decline for most of its existence.
Looking backon Rabin's 1993 interview in Time Magazine.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that just as in the Torah in Egypt "there arose a new king," Israel today cannot rely on the stability and benevolence of it's neighbor's regimes.
Thirty thousand more Arabs left Judea and Samaria for Jordan than came into Israel.
A recent poll claims that most right-wing Israelis would support Palestinian state and the division of Jerusalem, but that is a very misguiding description of Israeli public opinion.