Welcome to the Fight, Jonathan: ADL Leader Discovers Left-Wing Antisemitism

Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt started talking the talk on left-wing antisemitism.

‘IRGC has Covert Presence in Red Sea,’ says Top Defense Researcher

Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall, a senior analyst at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, discusses Iranian intelligence-gathering and attack vessels active in the region.

EU-funded NGO is Working to Drive a Wedge Between Israeli-Arabs and Jewish State, Report...

Israel is not taking the threat posed by NGOs like Palestinian Vision seriously enough, according to the head of Zionist NGO Im Tirtzu’s Arabic language research department.

This Is How Yahya Sinwar Paved His Way to Center Stage – at the...

Yahya al-Sinwar, who barely won a second term in office, is cementing his control over the Gaza Strip, at the expense of Israeli civilians as well as the Palestinian Authority.

2022 Jewish Demographic Momentum in Israel

The GREAT NEWS: Israeli Jews are not merely good in math, they are VERY GOOD in multiplication!

Inflation 2022: Palestinian Demography

The GOOD NEWS: Official Palestinian demographic numbers are highly-inflated, as documented by a study, which has been conducted since 2004:

Changes to the ‘Status Quo’ on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount since 1967

A close look shows that far from claims by the Arabs, Muslims’ status and hold on the Temple Mount have greatly improved.

Part I : Were the Sinti and Roma (Gypsies) Destined for Total Destruction like...

Jews were not the only biologically chosen group to be murdered. They also included the Sinti and Roma. Who were they?

Israel Still Popular with Americans

The Gallup poll of country favorability reflects the unique bottom-up phenomenon of the United States’ attitude towards Israel.

Part XXVI: Conclusion to Press Report

European Jewry was ground to dust between the twin millstones of a murderous Nazi intent and a callous Allied indifference.

Collapse of EastMed Pipeline Project has an Upside

Elai Rettig, assistant professor at the department of political studies at Bar-Ilan University, said he wasn’t sure how economically viable the interconnector line is, “but it’s good to talk about it. It keeps the Israel-Cyprus relations warm and the dialogue ongoing.”

Reality Testing: US Pressures Israel

Israel’s former leaders understood the difference between popularity and strategic respect; the latter requires defiance of both pressure and the odds.

Part XXIV: December 8, 1942 Meeting With Roosevelt 

After deciding not to oppose Allied policy, the best American Jews could hope for were words of support and sympathy.

The Russia-Ukraine War and Its Legal and Political Implications

Palestinian spokespeople are expressing considerable concern and indignation that the international community, including those same international judicial bodies in which they actively engage, are immersed in the legal proceedings regarding the Russia-Ukraine war, rather than pursuing Israel.

The West Cannot Afford Complacency Regarding Iranian Threat

Without some major change in Iranian intentions, European countries could soon become targets of Iran’s increasingly robust missile forces. As Iranian and Western negotiators reportedly...

US Determined to Return to Dangerous Iran Deal at ANY Cost: The Implications for...

If Iran decides to enrich its current stock of uranium to a military grade, it could have enough for four nuclear devices within four months.

Part XXIII: Acknowledging the Truth About the Final Solution  

Reports of the mass murder of  Russian Jews began to appear in July 1941. By late 1941, it was accepted fact that some Jewish communities were systematically and methodically murdered.

‘We Were Wrong to Think Totalitarianism Would Disappear Peacefully’

Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, has already been living in Germany for a year, where she misses her homeland Belarus and is watching what is happening in Ukraine in horror. "Putin's rule is reminiscent of what happened in the 1930s," she tells Israel Hayom in an exclusive interview.

European Dependence on Russian Gas Revives Debate on EastMed Pipeline

Prior to the war in Ukraine, energy issues were judged by a single yardstick: their environmental impact. What the West is coming to realize is that energy is also about national security and deterrence, said Aykan Erdemir, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

Joseph Lieberman: US Inaction Against Russia Empowers Iran

“The Russian invasion of Ukraine should remind us that there are nations you simply cannot trust,” said former senator Joseph Lieberman.

Part XXI: Response to Bund Report

Significantly, in Roosevelt’s message and the one sent by Winston Churchill, each supportive, there is no mention of rescue. 

Part XX: The Massacres Could No Longer Be Ignored 

Due to the unprecedented dimension of what had occurred, historian Yehuda Bauer added another dimension. He said there is a distinction between having received news about the extermination of the Jews of Europe, and accepting the reports as accurate

Islamic State is Resurgent in Iraq, Syria and Africa

While the elimination of its leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi by U.S. special forces dealt ISIS a setback, it has managed to reorganize and recover from its 2017 defeat.

Part XIX: No Respite in Reports of Mass Slaughter

A Hungarian soldier said at one great tract of land near Kiev, he saw the ground “move in waves.” Why? The Germans had systematically executed thousands of Jews and had buried their victims even before they were dead.

Pegasus Scandal May Impact Netanyahu Corruption Trial, Experts Say

While the Israel Police and the Attorney General’s Office have pushed back against allegations of illegal evidence-gathering, senior Hebrew University lecturer Gadi Taub dismissed the responses as “spin.”

Israel Grapples with High Cost of Living as Citizens Grumble over Rising Prices

“Reduce all the tariffs, all the quotas and all the NTBs—they are adding 40% to 80% to the cost of most products,” said Elise Brezis, professor of economics at Bar-Ilan University and director of the Azrieli Center for Economic Policy. “That’s the first thing the government has to do. When they do that, then there will be a big change. The rest is commentary.”


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