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Ordinarily, a piece broken glass lying on the ground is unsightly litter at best, a danger to bare feet and pets at worst. But not in the Middle East; there a piece of broken glass has the power to … more
The Turkish and Israeli authorities are still investigating the motives and plans of the Islamist terrorist who murdered three Israelis, two of them Israeli-Americans, in Istanbul last week. I … more
John Kerry has a new strategy for achieving Mideast peace: mobilize the international community to gang up on Israel. That was the essence of the secretary of state’s disturbing remarks in … more
American college professors have now shown their true colors when it comes to Israel. Remember how 126 historians recently tried to get the American Historical Association (AHA) to condemn Israel for … more
France’s announcement that it will try to convene an international conference to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been strongly criticized by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin … more
Last week’s deaths of seven Hamas terrorists in the collapse of a tunnel they were digging coincided with complaints by residents of an Israeli town near Gaza that underground digging has come … more
It’s that dirty little secret which nobody wants to talk about, because it makes everybody uncomfortable. It hovers in the background, it’s hidden in the closet, and it lingers in the … more
The Arab journalist whom the New York Times has hired to report on Israel has come up with the most “terrifying” example yet of Israeli oppression: The issuing of parking tickets to … more
The gruesome revelations about the 1972 Munich Olympics terrorists castrating one of their Israeli victims is not just another horror story. There are important political and strategic … more
At Saturday night’s memorial ceremony for 18-year-old Ezra Schwartz at Ben Guiron airport, William Grant, deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, was in attendance. Yet if the … more
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