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.
One of the monsters produced by Nabi Selah is the Ahlam Tamimi, the terrorist who killed our daughter Malki and now, due to the Shalit deal, roams free in Jordan promoting violence against Israel.
Salafists are frequently refered to in relation to Islamist terror. It is a slippery descriptor that is sometimes used in contradictory ways.
There's something sadly familiar about political figures looking back at terror attacks that occurred when their rivals were in charge and declaring that it was all handled badly.
European politics is populated by a multitude of individuals who are hopelessly ambivalent about Islamists.
The UN peacekeeping force on the Syrian side of the Syria-Israel border, UNDOF, has been scaling down activities in fear of attacks.
Lawlessness in the Sinai is growing and the danger of terrorists taking control is huge.
The terror unit's leader is still at large in Gaza.
Israel supplies 125 megawatts of electricity to the Gaza Strip from the power station in Ashkelon that has come under repeated rocket fire over the past six years.
Abdullah Barghouti, who murdered our daughter and receives a monthly salary from the PA, is just one example of how the West is funding terror.
Palestinian Arab terrorism is subsidized and rewarded by money from Western sources.
Hezbollah is preparing for the next conflict with Israel.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized Europe for failing to combat terrorists. Of course we wasn't referring to Hezbollah.
David Cameron's response to infamous British MP George Galloway in parliament last week.
According to israeli Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Amnon Sofri, the transfer of unconventional weapons to Hezbollah is a red line for Israel when it comes to Syria.
Analysis released by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research contains a wealth of insights which have been ignored by the media.
The Palestinians and their advocates rationalize the use of children in jihad.
How good are the chances for a better understanding on both sides of the dispute when the presence of one word on a printed label triggers the involvement of the military, the police and the judiciary?
The facts tend to be less urgent for individuals with an ideological predisposition to kicking out at Israel at every opportunity.
Here in Israel, keeping your head in the sand is seen as an unbearably expensive option.
Human Rights Watch attacked Israel for bombing a media installation. Perhaps they have forgotten the story of Palestinian journalist Ahlam Tamimi.
France says that the UN Disengagement Observer Force may removed due to the fear of Syrian chemical weapons.
If this were happening in your neighborhood, what steps would you be taking?
The Malki Foundation's goal is to make home-care a real option for families of disabled children.
The chances that Gazan mortars and rockets are being withdrawn from service? Not so great.