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The Spring of Islamic Fundamentalism

Wouldn't it be logical to expect that before issuing an invitation to Morsi to visit him at the White House, President Obama would ask his future guest how, if he believes that the country must be subjected to Islamic Law, he intends to defend the secular constitution of Egypt?

The Palestinian Issue & the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Arabs shed rhetoric, but no blood nor resources, for the Palestinians.

Challenging Capture of Kirkuk Necessary to Counter Iran

There are no coincidences in the Mid-East. And it was certainly no coincidence that Iranian-backed militia advanced on a key U.S. ally just days after the Trump administration announced it was not recertifying the nuclear accord with Iran and designated the IRGC as a terrorist organization in its entirety.

Who Won the Latest Israel-Hamas War? (You’ll Be Surprised)

I’m amused by those who think that Hamas won the recent conflict.

The Luckiest Jews In The World

I just published a collection of my essays in English. Each time I am asked if I am also releasing the volume in Hebrew I feel a pain deep inside me when I answer that no, right now, my publisher is only interested in an English edition.

Europe’s Islamic Future Has Arrived

In country after European country, the post-modern charade of the bliss of multiculturalism -- the idea that all cultures can coexist peacefully side-by-side in any given country -- is unravelling.

Anti-Semitism, BDS & European Funding: WCC’s Activists in Israel & West Bank

The NGO Monitor report also stated that WCC has been funded by UNICEF and countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Finland, Denmark, Canada and Japan.

Islam and Islamism in America in 2015: Part I

Islam was a constant topic in US newspaper headlines during 2015. Most related to terrorism-SHOCKING

The Real Purpose of Boycotts

BDS advocates seem to be prevented by their pre-existing beliefs -- whether anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic attitudes -- from appreciating the the context in which facts can be understood. If they truly wanted to help the Palestinians, their time and energy would be better spent encouraging Arab states and Palestinians to demand better governance from their leaders, and enter into negotiations to normalize political and trade relations with Israel.

Would a Palestinian State Be a Failure?

Far from contributing to Mid East peace, the emergence of a new fragile Palestinian state would intensify conflict and instability, with potentially devastating consequences for its people, neighbors, and international order

The West’s Great Betrayal

Western countries ignore the rights of Iranians to live in freedom like the citizens of the West.

Analysis: ADL ‘Disturbed’ by Video Depicting Left-Wing NGOs as Foreign Agents, But Aren’t They?

The problem is that these organizations mentioned in the video are funded from anti-Israeli foreign sources.

Reflections on the UN Partition of Palestine

Arab opposition to a Jewish State of any size was made known by word and deed in the form of terror

Jerusalem’s Light Rail train is Not Segregated

The track passes though and stops in both Jewish and Arab neighborhoods. I have taken the train and noticed that both Jews and Arabs are regular commuters. All of the train’s signs, tickets, ticket machines, and public announcements are made very clearly in both Hebrew and Arabic. Signs of station names are posted in both Hebrew and Arabic.

Needed: A Jewish Foreign Policy

By appeasing Abbas the past 2 decades, it's obvious Netanyahu doesn’t know how to negotiate with him

How Michael Oren’s Book May Tilt the 2016 Election

The impact of ALLY on Hillary's campaign may be huge. She can't win without both Jewish money&votes

Actually, the Standard Narrative About Israel is Simply Wrong–On Every Count –

The drop in settlement construction and an increase in efforts on behalf of Israeli Arabs don’t exactly fit the narrative of a government and public mired in right-wing extremism

Mordechai Kedar: Terror on the Border – Who is the True Victim?

The circumstances that were created after the murder of the Egyptian soldiers and the failure of the terror act against Israel proves the truth of the saying: "Success has many fathers, but failure is an orphan." We can only imagine how great would be the cries of joy in Gaza if 18 Israeli soldiers had been killed, heaven forbid, instead of Egyptians.

Europe is in Denial Yet Again

It is a familiar pattern. Whenever a terrorist commits an atrocity, his apologists start blaming society or, even worse, the victims. Hence, it was not surprising that after Mohamed Merah, a French jihadist of Algerian descent, killed a rabbi and three Jewish children in Toulouse last week, some immediately blamed the Jews.

Antisemitism in the Media: The Tip of the Iceberg?

Are the media actually interested in helping the Palestinians, or really just in bashing Israel? The media's overkill fixation on bashing Israel hurts not only Jews and any chances for peace, but also Palestinians.

Hamas Diverts Millions From U.S.-Based NGO To Finance Terrorist Capabilities

Hamas reportedly siphoned 60% of World Vision Gaza's resources in Gaza to reconstruct Hamas' tunnel network and military installations, in addition to purchasing weapons intended to kill Israelis

This is What Happens When You Attack Israel

For too long the media and international community have been preaching that "Palestinians" bear no responsibility for the consequences of their decisions and they are passive victims of the conflict.

The Un-Realism of Today’s Foreign Policy

The pseudo-realists in charge of western foreign policy today confuse what other countries should be doing with what they are actually doing.

Israel’s Continuing Success

Israel’s economic growth during the 2nd quarter of 2012 was 3.2%, surpassing the 2.5% expectation, compared with a 2.8% growth during the 1st quarter. Growth per capita increased 1.4%, reaching almost $30,000. Exports of goods and services –40% of Israel’s economic activity - surged 10%, following a decline during the previous three quarters.

Kerry Doesn’t Have a Clue

Kerry subscribes--as is so fashionable today in the Obama Administration and academia--to the abusive relationship approach to foreign policy.

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