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Knesset Committee to Declassify Evidence Related to Alleged Yemenite Child Abductions

The history of the stolen children of Yemenite immigrants to Israel haunts their descendants to this day.

The Importance of the Negev

Without the Negev Desert, Israel would be a small non-viable state, a fact which motivates anti-Israel activists to focus on it.

Google and the Defenders of Kfar Etzion

Not one Jew was allowed to remain on the Jordanian side of the cease-fire line.

Equating Zionist Pioneers With Arab Terrorists

As a teenager growing up in Russia in the late 1800s, Trumpeldor was attracted to Zionism as well as the pacifism and communalism of the philosopher Leo Tolstoy.

When is a Palestinian Not a Palestinian?

Historically, the Christian residents of Bethlehem did not identify themselves as Arabs.

Fiamma Nirenstein’s Political Journey

Sometimes I read something that is so on-target and illuminating that I want to say “stop what you are doing and read this now!” Fiamma Nirenstein is...

The March of the 35: A Bravery Fiercer than Death (Video)

65 years ago this week, 35 student soldiers set out from Jerusalem to bring much needed supplies to the kibbutzim in the besieged Etzion Bloc south of the city.

Postcard From Israel: Bet She’an

During the Hellenistic period, the city of Nysa-Scythopolis was founded. In 749 CE it was destroyed in the massive earthquake which hit the area.

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