The following is excerpted from the interview that appeared in the July 19th issue of Israel's Maariv newspaper:
By now, Eliot Spitzer is no longer on the front pages, but America's recent fascination with the former New York governor and high-end prostitution did reveal a great deal.
Shedma, located next to the Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Choma, is on the road linking the settlements of Eastern Gush Etzion with Jerusalem.
Two Israeli soldiers have been returned from captivity - dead!
The Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow is one of the most important and largest events of its kind in the world.
The off-duty soldier who recently killed the terrorist on the bulldozer reminds me of the biblical David - and not only because he stormed the Goliath bulldozer with a pistol borrowed from a nearby policeman.
Ten years ago, Professor Beres - following publication of his memoir in The New York Times − was invited by Swiss Ambassador Thomas Borer to present personal testimony before the specially constituted Swiss Commission on World War II.
It looks like the Israeli government is preparing to release approximately 1,000 terrorists in exchange for Gilad Shalit.
Ten years ago, Professor Beres - following publication of his memoir in The New York Times− was invited by Swiss Ambassador Thomas Borer to present personal testimony before the specially constituted Swiss Commission on World War II. Here, now, is that testimony - still a poignant reminder of yet other critical aspects of the Holocaust.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the ceremony in Poznan, rededicating the Jewish cemetery, in which the famous Rabbi Akiva Eiger is interred.
When Gilad Shalit was abducted two years ago, we were told that the kidnappers were part of a clandestine terror group, some sort of popular front over which Hamas had no control.
"We must demonstrate against [Ehud] Olmert," said the voice over the phone.
Recent testimony before Congress revealed − incontestably − Syria's secret preparations for membership in the Nuclear Club.
HERZLIYA, Israel - Israel should use force to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, Meir Amit, a former director of Israel's Mossad intelligence agency, said in an exclusive interview with The Jewish Press and WorldNetDaily.com.
There is currently no place on earth called "Palestine" - certainly not in any meaningful legal or diplomatic sense.
Of all the formerly large Jewish communities in Poland, Lodz is one of the best organized today.
The scent of approaching Kadima primaries has turned the heads of this party of corruption into saber-rattling hawks.
We have seen that, among several other essential purposes, Israel could conceivably need nuclear weapons for nuclear war fighting.
Have you noticed that some problems just won't go away?
During my trip to Poland last year, I witnessed the restoration project underway in the city of Poznan.