Gaza operation could present opening for diplomatic breakthrough, Netanyahu says

August 30, 2014 Israel 71 Hits
The prime minister told Channel 10 that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas would “have to choose between peace with Israel and peace with Hamas.” Prime…

Arab World

Foreign Ministry warns Israelis against visiting Turkey amid protests over Gaza

July 19, 2014 Arab World
Foreign Ministry recalls diplomats' families and staff, due to current political climate regarding Gaza operation. The Foreign Ministry on Friday warned Israeli…

World News

France: Two Teenagers Arrested Over Synagogue Suicide Bomb Plot

August 30, 2014 World News admin 34 Hits
Two Muslim girls, aged 15 and 17, arrested on suspicion of conspiring to blow up a synagogue in Lyon. Two teenage girls have been arrested on suspicion of conspiring to…


  • Jul 25, 2014 Editorial

    A letter to Obama

    An address to the US president on the situation in the Middle East, Hamas and the UN Human Rights Council. Dear President Barack Obama, You are the leader of the free world. Here in the Middle East,… More
  • Jul 19, 2014 Editorial

    Special: Psychological warfare between Hamas and Israel

    In ongoing conflict between Israel, Hamas what is counted is not the number of bodies, but the amount of fear and despair that each side succeeds to instill in the hearts and minds of its enemy.… More
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  • May 11, 2014 Editorial

    Amnesty Investigator Admits: Palestinian 'Witnesses' Often Lie

    Article by Amnesty field researcher seemingly backs Israeli concerns that NGOs simply swallowing Palestinian narrative. An article penned last month by a field investigator for rights group Amnesty… More
  • Jan 16, 2014 Editorial

    'Israel's missile-defense system could crumble at the moment of truth'

    Dr. Nathan Faber, an expert on anti-ballistic-missile defense, questions the efficacy of Israel's tiered-defense concept in an all-out war on several fronts, citing financial and operational reasons.… More
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  • Dec 28, 2013 Editorial

    Foreign Affairs: The year authority broke down

    The leader of the most powerful empire in history, after four years of much-heralded preparations, failed to properly launch not only his flagship reform, but even just its website. It was a farce… More
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  • Sep 03, 2013 Editorial

    Wink on the way to a bomb

    Op-ed: Washington's indecisiveness on Syria tells Israel its assurances regarding Iranian threat cannot be counted on In the background of the debate regarding President Obama's conduct during the… More
  • Sep 01, 2013 Editorial

    'You Can’t Rely on America'

    Legal expert warns Israel against relying on American support in case of trouble: "Even when they do act, they’re too late." America has no plans to truly intervene in Syria – and Israel should learn… More
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  • Sep 01, 2013 Editorial

    The Obama Doctrine: Right is might

    Principled decisions, driven by fundamental good and contrasted by stark and evident evil, serve to reinforce the core US national security interests. WASHINGTON - Ignored for over two years, the… More
  • Jul 28, 2013 Editorial

    ‘Why Hunt Down German Nazis, but Release Muslim Nazis?’

    Father whose wife and three young children were killed by terrorists doesn’t understand Israel’s approach to murderers. Twenty-two years ago Rabbi Eliezer Weiss lost his wife Rachel and their three… More
  • Jun 07, 2013 Editorial

    46 years of 'no'

    Op-ed: Arafat replaced Shukeiri, and Abbas replaced Arafat, but Palestinian policy of refusal, obstinacy has remained the same At the end of August 1967, shortly after the Six Day War, the heads of… More
  • May 08, 2013 Editorial

    Silence of the lambs

    America's promotion of 'softened Arab peace initiative' a spit in the face of Israeli democracy The buds of peace are blossoming again, and, as always, they are being irrigated with Jewish blood.… More
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  • Apr 26, 2013 Editorial

    Analysis: Hezbollah drone a publicity stunt

    Drone sent into Israel is meant to remind the Lebanese public that Hezbollah is still defined by its jihad against Israel. Hezbollah’s attempt – likely Iranian-backed – to fly a drone into Israeli… More
  • Mar 25, 2013 Editorial

    Analysis: Turkish perception versus reality

    There was something Hassan Nasrallah-like, Ismail Haniyeh-ish, in the way Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu stepped up to numerous microphones over the past… More
  • Mar 07, 2013 Editorial

    Syrian Insider: Assad Made Deals, Agreements With Israel

    Israel had nothing to fear from Bashar al-Assad, and may have even had an ally in him, a Syrian insider said in an interview Israel had nothing to fear from Bashar al-Assad, and may have even had an… More
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  • Mar 05, 2013 Editorial

    Things you can't see from DC

    Palestinians will never be satisfied with small independent state; they want revenge US President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry are expected to visit the region together in late March to try and… More