The news media are focused on other things, and the victims are remembered mainly by those who knew and loved them.
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad organization is having an open feud with the Hamas overlords.
It can be hard to get people to read full-length articles, especially about obscure dimensions of the incomprehensible Middle East and its never ending conflicts...
Bulgaria's sensitive relations with the Islamic world and geolocation in the eastern Mediterranean are clearly part of the squeeze in which its leaders now find themselves.
Hezbollah has not always been as open about the murderous role it is playing in the Syrian killing fields.
Playing the usual black-is-white games, the catalog notes say the people depicted are "those who lost their lives fighting against the occupation.”
It's sadly familiar to hear Abbas invoking cultural values that reject kidnapping and hostage-taking while threatening to do exactly that.
You can't blame the French for wanting to minimize their made-in-Europe Islamic terror problem. The problem is with how reality keeps messing with comfortable theories.
It was only in 20120 that Geneva Initiative featured Jibril Rajoub in their 'peace partner' ad campaign.
It's a mistake to think that it's only the Islamist ultra-extremists of Hamas that are busy promoting self-destruction among the children of Palestinian Arab society.
We have never understood how Abbas continues to be called 'moderate.'
Canadian Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Jason Kenney blamed the 'old policies' for the grant of a pardon and permanent residency to the accused terrorist.
Martyrdom-minded religious fanatics have a bad reputation in this part of the world, so this "folksy" sermon is less than good news.
Ordinary Syrians are paying with their lives for the double-talk about the 'refugees.'
The IDF's assessment, hardly surprising and certainly not for the first time, is that the attack on Eilat was made from the nearby Sinai Peninsula.
A highly regarded professor who is affiliated with Harvard engaged in anti-Israel rhetoric and a distortion of history.
When I stand silently with my neighbors while the tzefira, the siren, is sounding its awful wail, I am thinking of my daughter.
The South African doctor arrested and detained in Dubai was acquitted but may nevertheless be forced to remain there as the prosecution appeals.
The global media are roiling about the death of the terminally-ill Abu Hamdiyeh. Try googling for any mentions the one who died at the hands of Hamas.
Here's the response the New York Times didn't print regarding its feature on the Palestinian village that spawned the terrorist who killed our daughter.