Six Months into the War, Gaza Could Become Secondary Arena

Former IDF Military Intelligence chief Amos Yadlin: The problem is not Gaza. The problem is Iran.

Terror-Supporting Qatar is No Friend of the West

By hosting Hamas’s leaders, allowing Al Jazeera to spread anti-Israel propaganda and funding U.S. universities in exchange for influence, Qatar has demonstrated clearly it is on the side of evil.

What’s Behind Hezbollah’s High Stakes Diplomacy With the UAE?

The delegation was led by Wafiq Safa, who is regarded as Hezbollah’s chief negotiator on issues of prisoner exchanges and hostages, and also included a brother-in-law of Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah.

Aaron Bushell: The New Palestinian Hero and Role Model

Bushell by committing suicide wants to “… create a turning point in the methods and tools of the solidarity movement with the Palestinian issue in the world.”

Armenia Getting Closer to Iran After US Sanctions Russia More Intensively

Where Iran and Armenia traded $350 million worth of goods in 2021, the expectation is that this figure will rise to $1 billion this year.

Ramadan ‘Explosion’ Looms for Israel and Hamas

Ramadan is two weeks away and the clock is ticking.

‘They Love Jews, Especially Dead Jews’

Those who helped were few and far between

Conventional Western Wisdom vs. Middle East Reality

Western appeasement of Shiite, Sunni and Palestinian terrorism has ignored the well-documented fact, that terrorists bite the hands that feed them,

US Obsession with Two-State Solution is ‘Delusional’

It's “shocking" that a U.S. administration would push for a Palestinian state under ordinary circumstances, let alone after Oct. 7, said former U.S. Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt.

Poll: 35% of Younger Americans Believe Hamas’ Claims

25% of those under 45 agreed that kidnapped Israelis were treated kindly.

US’ Mid East Policy Defied by Mid East Reality

US eagerness to conclude various agreements has brought the opposite of intended results

The Buffer Zone Taking Shape in Gaza

While the depth of a future buffer zone remains unclear, a kilometer appears to be one realistic option for defending the border communities—a kilometer into Gaza in which Israel will have a complete picture of what is occurring overground and underground.

UNRWA – Its Last Dying Gasps

The International Court of Justice in The Hague tried hard to oblige Israel to end the war and withdraw its forces from Gaza, but...

Israel can Limit the ICJ’s Potential Damage

Israel must immediately end its acceptance of the ICJ's jurisdiction with respect to the Genocide Convention.

US-Lebanon Diplomacy ‘A Fool’s Errand’ but Still ‘Has Value’

While U.S. diplomacy is not likely to lead anywhere, giving it a chance (and calling attention to the failure of U.N. Resolution 1701) could be critical for the legitimacy of an Israeli operation against Hezbollah, experts tell JNS

Israel Navigates Iran’s Multiple Fronts As Regional Tensions Rise

“Who told you that we do not attack in Iran, ” asked Netanyahu.

Israel and South African: Part I: Trade and Nuclear Technology

After South Africa filed a  lawsuit with the UN's International Court of Justice claiming Israel is violating the UN convention on genocide by "killing...

Vote of Confidence in Israel’s Economy in the Face of War

Despite a unique environment – top heavy on terrorism and war, but low on natural resources and rainfall - Israel has bolstered its do-or-die state of mind, with defiance of odds, risk-taking, frontier, pioneering, optimism, patriotism, can-do and out-of-the-box mentality. This has yielded a robust flow of game-changing commercial, defense and dual-use technologies.

Hezbollah’s Attack on Israeli Base Was a Wake-Up Call

(TPS) Hezbollah’s Jan. 6 attack on the Israeli Air Force’s Meron air traffic control base, likely using Iranian-supplied Kornet-EM missiles, marks a significant escalation...

Setting the Record Straight: Part XV: Admiration and Glorification of Arab Terrorists

Palestine Authority’s (PA) relentless glorification of terrorists reinforces the culture of hatred against Jews.

Diplomatic option toward Iran is Self-destructive

Iran: The largest anti-American venomous octopus in the world

Majority of Israelis: Antisemitism Driving Gaza War Protests

The Israel Democracy Institute poll also found that 69% of all Israelis support elections immediately after the war.

‘Settler Violence’ Campaign Aims at Establishing Palestinian State on ‘Day After’

Last week the campaign matured into actual sanctions on “extremist settlers.”

Multinational Force in Gaza Will Fail if History is Any Guide

Hezbollah recently fired a rocket just 20 meters from a U.N. compound in Lebanon on Dec. 9.

Israel Aid Supplemental Critical for Long-Term Defense, Possible Second Front, Experts Say

“Israel has nowhere near the capacity they need to deal with a major war with Hezbollah,” said Brad Bowman, of FDD. “We have to sound the alarm so that the people that can actually do something about it can fix it.”

Setting the Record Straight: Part XIV: No Shortage of Volunteers 

*Editor’s Note: This is the fourteenth installment in 'Setting The Record Straight,' the most recent series of articles from Jewish Press Online contributor, Alex...

Israeli Military Governance Might Be Temporarily Required in Gaza

Israel has spent 17 years trying to disengage from Gaza without success, and there has been round after round of fighting. besas

Iran’s Jihad Against the West

Iran’s ayatollahs, who have been courted and appeased by the West, are committed to bringing the West—and especially “the Great American Satan”—into submission.

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