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Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

PA Behind Temple Mount Attacks Riots near the Temple Mount that left at least 10 Israelis wounded last week were instigated and partially directed by...

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

   Will the Justice Department prosecute associates of President Obama who are organizing flotillas and marches in support of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip?    ...

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

   The working assumption in the Israel Defense Forces is that allies of the Hizbullah terrorist organization started this week's northern border clashes with...

Iran’s Winning Streak

Iran is on a winning streak. As it sprints towards the nuclear finishing line, it finds itself - and its allies and clients - being wooed by one and all. In contrast, Israel has never been more isolated.

Iran’s Winning Streak

Iran is on a winning streak. As it sprints towards the nuclear finishing line, it finds itself - and its allies and clients - being wooed by one and all. In contrast, Israel has never been more isolated.

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

   A U.S. plan envisions stationing international troops along Israel's border with a future Palestinian state, this column has learned.    Palestinian Authority officials privy...

Noam Chomsky’s Visceral Hatreds

Noam Chomsky, who spoke at Boston University's Jacob Sleeper Auditorium on March 2 as part of the noxious Israel Apartheid Week and a guest of Students for Justice in Palestine, clearly lives in an academic netherworld of political fantasies, conspiracies, and intellectually imbecilic distortions of history and fact. As a result, the MIT professor emeritus of linguistics has become a widely known, eagerly followed superstar of the Israel-hating, America-hating Left.

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

   Iran has greatly increased its role in training Hamas gunmen both in the Gaza Strip and abroad, a senior Egyptian security official told...

Dubai Hit Spotlights Mossad’s ‘Knife Between Its Teeth’ Mandate

JERUSALEM - Israel has not claimed responsibility for the assassination in Dubai of top Hamas arms smuggler Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, but the killing is raising questions about whether it will compromise Israel's effort to stop Iran from obtaining the bomb.

Dubai Hit Spotlights Mossad’s ‘Knife Between Its Teeth’ Mandate

JERUSALEM - Israel has not claimed responsibility for the assassination in Dubai of top Hamas arms smuggler Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, but the killing is raising questions about whether it will compromise Israel's effort to stop Iran from obtaining the bomb.

Obama’s Year Of Failure

At the outset of President Obama's second year in office, his entire Middle East strategy lies in tatters. But Obama appears incapable of learning the lessons of his failures.

Low-Level Victory

A week from Friday will mark the third anniversary of the cease-fire that ended the Second Lebanon War. And while the fortunes of war run to infinite varieties of the unexpected, there is one thing of which we can all be certain. Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah will appear, if he hasn't already by the time this article is published, on a video screen from the secret bunker he is afraid to leave, and in between chants of "Death to America!" and "Death to Israel!" he and his supporters will again proclaim glorious victory over the infidel Jews.

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

            In his major address to the Muslim world last week, President Obama quoted a verse from the Koran that is widely interpreted as...

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

The Obama administration has decided to base its approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on an Arab peace plan, according to a source in Prime...

Roger Cohen Digs Himself Deeper

A few weeks back (Feb. 27) the Monitor characterized a Feb. 23 piece by New York Times columnist Roger Cohen on Iranian Jews as reminiscent of “the naïve and insidious reporting by such legendary Times dupes as Walter Duranty and Herbert Matthews, whose whitewashing, respectively, of the Soviet Union in the 1920s and ‘30s and Fidel Castro in the 1950s will stand forever as monuments to the argument that the self-described ‘paper of record’ is often anything but.”

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

Despite three weeks of intense Israeli bombardment, Hamas's military capabilities inside the Gaza Strip are still largely intact, top Hamas leaders claimed. "We admit...

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

  Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's attempts to negotiate with Syria collapsed this past week when Israel received a private message from Damascus that the Jewish...

Lament for a Lost Israel

The day Israel released the baby-murdering Arab terrorist Samir Kuntar was without doubt the most disgraceful in modern Jewish history.

Obama’s Remarks On Terrorism Receive Little Media Scrutiny

JERUSALEM - The Hamas and Hizbullah terrorist organizations have "legitimate claims" that are being "weakened" by the violence the terror groups carry out, Sen. Barack Obama recently stated in largely unnoticed remarks in The New York Times.

Anatomy Of Collapse (Conclusion)

The perfect implementation of the expulsion without significant opposition from the soldiers leaves the IDF Samson shorn and blinded.

Reading Ehud Barak

On July 14, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak castigated UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which set the terms of the cease-fire that ended the 2006 war between Israel and Iran's Lebanese army Hizbullah, saying, "UN resolution 1701 didn't work, isn't working and won't work." He added, "UN resolution 1701 is a failure."

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

Israel has for the past two years had information indicating that the two Israeli soldiers kidnaped by Hizbullah in 2006 were most likely dead,...

The Gaza Debacle

On August 25, two heavily armed terrorists wearing Israeli army uniforms climbed over the fence separating Israel from Gaza undetected in the early morning fog.

Free Them Now: Rallying For Israeli POWs

Last year thousands of people publicly protested the kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers - Cpl. Gilad Shalit, Master Sergeant Ehud Goldwasser and First Sergeant Eldad Regev - by Hamas and Hizbullah terrorists.

‘Then Maybe They Will’

For the past 30 years the Israeli political establishment has been prisoner to the "Then Maybe They Will" doctrine.

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