Hamas and Benjamin Netanyahu can agree on one thing at least: now is not the time for a war in Gaza.
The notion that the United States should be an “honest broker” between Israel and the Palestinians is deeply misguided.
A new report by Israel’s Ministry of Strategic Affairs makes clear what fair-minded people should already know: the BDS movement is not social justice or political activism; rather, it is an attack on Jewish sovereignty.
When one reads about how Iran’s aggression in the Middle East causes so much chaos, remember that the Palestinians helped build that machine of war, more than four decades ago.
A bipartisan group of incoming members of Congress were given a security briefing by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a trip to the Jewish state. Republican congressman-elect Denver Riggleman, an Air Force veteran, says the visit served as “Israeli history basic training.”
The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted Thursday on a resolution to condemn Hamas and support peace between Israel and the Palestinians, and a majority voted in favor despite it failing to pass.
Liberal CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill defended violent Palestinian attacks against Israel on Wednesday, employing a phrase common among those who reject Israel’s right to exist: “Justice requires a free Palestine from the river to the sea.”
Dozens of rockets fired from Gaza landed in Israeli cities through the day Monday, causing fires and at least one casualty, according to the Israeli Defense Forces.
Hamas has intensified its violent demonstrations against Israel, turning the border between the Jewish state and the Gaza Strip into a “24/7” warzone as the terrorist group amps up its efforts to kidnap Israeli soldiers, according to Israeli security sources and regional reports.