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Palestinian Journalist Blames Hamas for Problems In Gaza

“I feel even sorrier today for the people in Gaza as Hamas is pulling a publicity stunt with their blood."

The Jews’ Fate in Post-Morsi Egypt

For Egypt’s tiny Jewish community, improvements remain scarce since Morsi's demise.

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.

IsraAID Brings Relief to Victims of Oklahoma Tornado

Every day, IsraAID is given a new assignment and they go wherever the victims are.

The Teachings of Ruth

The Ruth story demonstrates how all Jews should treat the strangers among us.

Israeli Activist Promotes Women’s Rights in South Sudan

Sexual violence was used as a weapon of war, as is common in East Africa.

Rachel’s Tomb: A Jewish Holy Site Since Ancient Times

The sixteenth century Arab historian Mujir Al Din wrote that Rachel’s Tomb was a Jewish holy place.

Rabbi on a Mission to Inspire Young Jews Visiting Israel

Rabbi Eliyahu Ya’akov of Jerusalem’s Old City shifts the paradigm for Birthright and MASA participants by educating them in Judaism’s wisdom and life teachings.

A History of Jewish & African American Collaboration

Jewish sympathy for the African American struggle dates back to the abolitionist movement.

Teen Victims Wrongly Blamed for Kidnapping

Foreign Minister Liberman expressed outrage that some blamed the kidnapped boys for their situation.

Medieval Jews Fleeing Persecution Took Refuge in Ottoman Empire

Turkey became home to Jews expelled from Hungary in 1376, from France in 1394, and from Sicily in the early 15th century.

Standing in Solidarity with the Turkish People

The present situation in Turkey illustrates perfectly the lack of freedom that exists within the country.

By the Law Among Nations, Jerusalem Belongs to Us

Jordan’s annexation of the East Jerusalem was never recognized by the international community.

‘Israel Apartheid’ Lies Exposed

“Israel Apartheid” lies disseminated by Arab-Israeli MK Ahmed Tibi were recently exposed by Israeli think tank Regavim.

Turkish Protests: Good for Israel?

The seeds of a Turkish spring are presently being planted within Turkey.

Mideast Expert: Little Likelihood of Syrian Attack on Israel

Dr. Mordechai Kedar assesses the prospects of a Syrian attack in light of the U.S. president’s recent statements.

Debunking the ‘Palestinians as Native Americans’ Myth

In one anti-Israel protest outside of Nablus, Palestinians even dressed up like Native Americans in order to make a political point.

Are the Mass Protests in Egypt Good for Israel?

Under Morsi’s leadership, minority rights for Jews and Christians within Egypt have plummeted.

Learning Peace Through Soccer

According to Sivan Hendel of the Peres Center for Peace, 'Sports is an international language.'

Faces of Israel: Mazal Elijah, Immigrant from Iraq

If an Arab barged into your home and demanded to marry your daughter, it was impossible to refuse him.

Israel Aid to Africa Combats Poverty

The Africa initiative includes an Israeli pledge of 24-million shekel ($6.8 million) to humanitarian relief in Africa.

India & Israel: Increasing Partnership in Trade & Security

There is already a three-year agricultural agreement in place where Israel assists Indian farmers.

Muslim Zionist Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitism

Hafeez believes that the most important thing to do in dealing with Muslim antisemitism in the United Kingdom is to acknowledge the problem.

Ben-Gurion University Trains Jordanian Emergency Responders

Ben Gurion University recently graduated its first class of both Jordanian and Israeli students who completed studies for BA degrees in emergency medicine.

Alice Walker’s Mistaken Anti-Israel Position

Noted African American author Alice Walker has falsely called Israel an apartheid state and supports the BDS movement, the reality is that the State...

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