Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.) launched into a tirade against Israel and its policies toward the Palestinians, comparing Jewish people who live in disputed territories to "termites" that destroy homes
The U.N.’s Beirut-based agency of 18 Arab states published a report accusing Israel of “Apartheid.” In response, UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer took the floor...
The past decade has shown that the al-Qaeda network thrives in failed states, setting down roots in areas where central governments no longer exercise a clear monopoly of arms or jurisdiction. From Pakistan to Iraq to Mali, adherents of the global jihadi movement are seeking a safe haven to set up training camps, plot terror attacks, and spread their fundamentalist ideology.
It is astonishing to note how much the Obama Administration, supposedly so sensitive to the views of Arabs and Muslims, has ignored the concerns of America’s own Arab allies.
America can never be helping the Brotherhood because America is evil and satanic.
There is cause to believe the ICC is an improper venue for sorting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
To a remarkable extent—and this has nothing to do with his views or policies—Bibi Netanyahu is the only functioning politician in Israel today. No wonder he is prime minister, will finish his current term, and will almost certainly be reelected in 2013. Consider the alternatives.
Israelis now know Arab terrorism isn't caused by Israeli occupation but by ending Israeli occupation
Resistance to the establishment of women's rights may be blamed on self-appointed male caretakers of Muslim tradition, who feel threatened by the appearance of a significant number of women in a public space, considered reserved for men only, and who say they see emancipated Muslim women as negative exemplars of Westernization.
ANY agreement with Iran should have been predicated upon the drastic transformation of the regime
Police uncovered the terrorist's plans to "carry out an attack on Tel Aviv kindergarten students."
Israel has been threatened since birth by Arab politics in all its forms. Sometimes they send their armies to do battle. Sometimes they use terrorism. Sometimes rockets. Sometimes BDS. Sometimes what threatens Israel is the instability or potential fallout from internecine Arab warfare – as in 1970, when Palestinians threatened King Hussein; and 1991, when Saddam used rockets against Israel during a war in which Israel was not involved.
So if there’s a model for North Korea to follow if it wants to liberalize, it would be a place like Singapore.
Ignoring Abdullah's warnings, it seems the Obama administration has backed an Islamist candidate to lead the Syrian opposition.
Recently, the court refused to accept the deal and annulled the Benny Begin agreement. In my opinion, this is a blessing that will lead to a better outcome for this community and for the future of other such communities in Judea and Samaria. Historically, the settlement movement in Judea and Samaria has always come out stronger when obstacles are put in its way.
Adding cries 'to save Jerusalem' to Arab incitement against Israelis will only make the Palestinian violence even more explosive.
When Israel removed metal detectors installed at the entrance to the Temple Mount after a deadly attack there, Palestinian leaders claimed a decisive victory. But against who are they really fighting, and in what war?
Day one of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was all about healing, but the patients in need of therapy seemed to prefer their condition to treatment.
Several headlines recently caught my attention when I heard that a man who claims to have worked as Michael Jackson's bodyguard made the incredulous charge that Michael was a Nazi sympathizer. This kind of viciousness should usually not be indulged because it just gives it more credibility for the retelling. But the slander against Michael's name in this instance is so great that it deserves to be rebutted.
The democratic opposition—like its counterparts in Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Iran—has learned that the United States will not help them.
Pres. Obama was right when he declared in his Cairo Speech: “Islam has always been part of America’s story.” He did not reveal generally it was not the good part.
We would be fools to take seriously assurances from Joe Biden.
The next time anyone wants to learn about the true problems facing the Christians of the Holy Land, he or she should head to Taybeh and conduct off the record and private interviews with the villagers.
While Israel is concerned about Iran's nuclearization, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States are panicky.
For the United States, issuing attack threats in the manner of Hugo Chavez is not a convincing posture. I don’t know if the Israelis will find it reassuring; I suspect the Europeans and Iranians will find it annoying, and decide to ignore it.