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Amid rising anti-Semitism in Europe, are Jews now safer in the East than the West?
A comprehensive survey conducted by CNN found alarming levels of anti-Semitic attitudes among Europeans, with statistics on anti-Semitic acts across Europe “mind-boggling.”
Tunnel vision and UNIFIL
UNIFIL has done nothing since the 2006 war but sit back and relax while Hezbollah proceeded to rebuild its massive and increasingly sophisticated arsenal, courtesy of Iran, aimed at wiping Israel off the map.
The Investigative Project on Terrorism
CAIR official mocks Muslims in U.S. military after praising terrorists
Instead of praising the U.S. military for overturning long-standing practices to accommodate religious practices, CAIR official Zahra Billoo basically labeled American Muslims in the military as traitors for participating in combat operations targeting terrorists in predominately Muslim-majority countries.
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
France and Germany, have you no shame?
The two nations have apparently linked forces to salvage an effort to create back-channel payments to Iran, defying the U.S.-led effort to sanction the regime for its nuclear activity.
Shift or strategy: US votes ‘no’ on UN resolution censuring Israeli control over Golan Heights
The decision by the United States to change its stance on the resolution, after previously voting for years to abstain, may be part of a broader shift in American policy towards the Golan Heights.
From Bosnia to the world: Bernard-Henri Lévy’s latest Jewish reflections
Lévy is not someone who believes in ideological purity over pragmatism. If the Jews are to thrive, he says, they must absorb what he says are two “golden rules” crystallized by Jewish history.
Hezbollah has more firepower than ‘95 percent of world’s conventional militaries,’ warns report
A new report from the Jewish Institute for National Security of America’s Hybrid Warfare Task force, headed by several retired senior U.S. military officials, outlined this striking strategic threat to Israel, as well as the operational and legal challenges the country will most likely face in its next war with Hezbollah.
A declaration of war
Let this be our official notice. We will exercise our right to defend ourselves if you try to attack us. We will use proportionate force that a reasonable person would use to defend their family.
Robert Faurisson: The liar and his legacy
Demonizing Zionism and Israel was always a key aim of Holocaust-deniers like Robert Faurisson. Bear that in mind the next time you hear someone say that anti-Semitism might be bad, but anti-Zionism is something noble.
After Khashoggi: How the Sunni feud between Saudi Arabia and Turkey plays out in the Mideast
The cover-up and now acknowledgment of the Saudi government’s role in the grizzly slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has highlighted a significant power struggle between two regional foes—Saudi Arabia and Turkey—and threatening to cause further regional instability.
Jonathan S. Tobin
What price Saudi punishment?
Our outrage at the Saudis notwithstanding, is a tilt towards Turkey and Iran worth it? Or is this really all about Trump?
Jonathan S. Tobin
The right to criticize Israel is beside the point
The issue isn’t whether it’s OK to criticize the government of a democracy, but whether that democracy has a right to exist and to defend itself.
‘The Washington Post’ soft-pedals BDS
The paper, it seems, has its narrative. And it isn’t going to let facts get in its way.
Australian Jewish leader says embassy move to Jerusalem would ‘right a longstanding injustice’
The potential move by Australia to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and relocate the embassy there would mark a major shift in policy in support of the Jewish state by a world power following the United States's decision late last year.
Friend or foe? Russia and Israel grapple with geostrategic interests in Mideast
While the Russian transfer of S-300 surface-to-air defense system to Syria will complicate U.S. and Israeli operations in Syria, it is not a game-changer, but instead more of a political statement.