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Syrians flee towards hospitals of the ‘enemy’
Tens of thousands of refugees pile up along the Golden Heights, and Israel opens its doors (with caution) to take care of the wounded.
The extraordinary life of Bernard Lewis, 1916‒2018
The renowned Middle East scholar passed away in the United States on May 19, just 12 days shy of his 102nd birthday.
On Israel’s Netta Barzilai, celebrating ‘otherness’
Her song, “Toy,” is the most feminist-inspired song you could imagine—an ultimate declaration of independence.
All these years later, Netanyahu is finally vindicated
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been acknowledged for his role in understanding, like Winston Churchill did in relation to Hitler, the real danger in the world while everyone else denied it.
Israel and Iran engaged in a shadow war in Syria
At least for now, America and Europe—and even the majority of the Arab world—recognize that Israel has the right to defend itself. This is new, and it signifies a huge shift.
Iran’s and Abbas’s ‘truths,’ revealed
Only Israel was able to read reality correctly and try, subsequently, not to jeopardize its national security. Now the United States is realizing this, too.
Ghosts of the past?
Maybe the Europeans just didn’t understand it. But they, too, will be victims because anti-Semitism is the engine behind history’s greatest tragedies.
A wakeup call on the bog that is Syria
There’s not much to say beyond what’s evidently clear at this point: It will be difficult to reverse course now.
Israel, Syria and those ‘red lines’
As the nation marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, it offers lessons on what human beings can and cannot allow.
Leaving the fate of Syria to an imperialist trio is a recipe for disaster
America’s exit from Syria would allow the expansion of its worst enemies in a volatile and extremely dangerous area, while abandoning the Kurds, Yazidis, dissident Sunnis and Christians to Turkey, Iran and Russia.
New tactic by Hamas: Using human matchsticks to fuel the fire
After the missiles and tunnels, terror comes in the form of masses of people sent to storm the Israel-Gaza border in another instance of using Palestinians as pawns.
The Holocaust continues to haunt Europe
Europe is in the throes of extreme Jew-hatred and anti-Semitism, brought on by economic crises, societal unrest and a wave of immigration accompanied by Islamist propaganda.
Kill or be killed: Terror is the sole tool of Hamas
It’s time to stop talking about “lone wolves”; this boils down to Palestinian incitement.
Abu Mazen has nothing left but insults
But even if he now seems no longer to able to provide any hope for the future, it’s not discussions of his successor and change that lay on the horizon, but chaos.
After assassination attempt on Hamdallah, the feud between Hamas and Fatah simmers
Since the 2007 civil war, Fatah and Hamas have shot, imprisoned, tortured and sentenced each other to death.