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Why did the Islamic Jihad agree to a ceasefire so quickly?

With the Israeli hits becoming more painful and on target, Iran had no chance but to swallow its pride. Op-ed.

Why did the Islamic Jihad agree to a ceasefire so quickly?

The strategic blindness of Israel’s caretaker government

“Operation Breaking Dawn” was a tactical success but a strategic failure that legitimized Hamas.Op-ed.

The strategic blindness of Israel’s caretaker government

London is a giant Islamic manger

Money is changing hands, from Qatar to the future UK king, but that is but one example. Some call the UK the 'eighth emirate'. Op-ed.

London is a giant Islamic manger

Zawahiri’s death proves Joe Biden has misled Americans

Far from being ‘gone,’ al Qaeda’s Number One was being sheltered by the very government to whom Biden ceded control of Afghanisitan. Op-ed.

Zawahiri’s death proves Joe Biden has misled Americans

Operation Breaking Dawn – Background and Main Operational Achievements

Everything you should know about Israel's operation against islamic Jihad in Gaza - why it happened, who was involved, what occurred.Report

Breaking Dawn  Background and Main Operational Achievementsplayer

Gaza Operation: What would JStreet do if its members lived in Israel?

Would JStreet members join the clearly anti-Israel, not anti-war, tone of sparsely attended protests or would they draw the line? Op-ed..

Gaza: What would JStreet do if its members lived in Israel?

The reaction of US media to latest Gaza conflict

Will the US media give Israel a fair shot? If so, that would be news. Op-ed.

The reaction of US media to latest Gaza conflict

Breaking Dawn Analysis: Iran is losing ground in the Middle East

Islamic Jihad is directly controlled by Iran.  It is an Iranian faction and its members are called “Palestine’s Shiites” by rivals. Op=ed.

Breaking Dawn Analysis: Iran is losing ground in the Middle East

If I forget thee O Jerusalem...

Napoleon:'If the Jews are still crying after so many hundreds of years, I am certain the Temple will one day be rebuilt.' And it will be.

If I forget thee O Jerusalem...

The tip of the iceberg

The Kotel is just a small fraction of the Beit Hamikdash just as those in crisis have oceans of hurt beneath the surface. Help them. Op-ed.

The tip of the iceberg

ID Number 84803

Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik stressed that the Holocaust should be remembered on Tisha B'Av. A letter to Ela Goldberg, ID Number 84803.

ID Number 84803

Tisha B’ Av: The day God gave the Jews a reason to cry

The 9th of Av is a day of historic tragedies, but no punishment from God is 100% bad. The 9th of Av is also the day when Zionism began.Op-ed

Tisha B’ Av: The day God gave the Jews a reason to cry

The anachronism of “Jewish Heritage”

“Jewish heritage” seems to be the ancestral ties of those who otherwise have little or no connection to Jewish religion or values. Op-ed.

The anachronism of “Jewish Heritage”

Jerusalem was never mentioned nor once referred to in the PLO Charter of 1964

In the original PLO Charter there is no mention of nor claim to the city they now promote as theirs by right since time immemorial. Op-ed.

Jerusalem is not referred to once in the 1964 PLO Charter

Iran is just one political step away from nuclear weapons

Iran has a much larger nuclear program than it had in 2015. This growth is not only quantitative, but also qualitative.Op-ed.

Iran is just one political step away from nuclear weapons

Op-ed: UN will rue burying debate on Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine

The Security Council and its vast bureaucracy certainly can not claim ignorance of the Saudi proposal.

UN will rue burying debate on Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine

With al-Zawahiri’s assassination it's Groundhog Day for America (again)

The US has returned to where it all started: the axis between the Taliban and Al-Qaeda that led to 9/11 and troops in Afghanistan. Op-ed.

Al-Zawahiri’s assassination is Groundhog Day for America (again)

Israel exiles and phased plans – Have we learned the lessons?

The Kingdom of Israel was not destroyed and exiled in 1 day. It was a gradual process composed of disintegration and habituation.

Israel exiles and phased plans – Have we learned the lessons?

A Holocaust Survivor speaks her mind

'We are in a war between good and evil; Israel and America on the one side, the rest of the world on the othe. As it was for Abraham.' Op-ed

A Holocaust Survivor speaks her mind

A culture recorded in carpets

The ancient historic Mountain Jewish community.of Azerbaijan is preserved in hand woven pictorial carpets.Op-ed

A culture recorded in carpets

How far is it from Hollywood to the Holy Land?

The spiritual distance from Hollywood to the Holy Land is the distance from exile to redemption. Tzvi Fishman walked the walk. Review.

How far is it from Hollywood to the Holy Land?

As President Biden said, you don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist

The U.S. president understands the deep bonds between our fellow democracies. Op-ed.

As Biden said, you don’t have to be Jewish to be a Zionist

Pelosi, her father, Taiwan and the Holocaust

Nancy Pelosi's role model a man who courageously put his humanitarian principles above his narrow political needs.Op-ed.

Pelosi, her father, Taiwan and the Holocaust

Globalization in the shadow of the Crescent

Market globalists, wokers and jihadists have found allies in each other.Op-ed.

Globalization in the shadow of the Crescent

The modern day siege of Jerusalem and how we can overcome it

Creeping Arab expansion is strangling urban development, much like the Babylonian siege forcefully imposed upon Jerusalem long ago.Op-ed.

The modern day siege of Jerusalem and how we can overcome it

The World and We, in self imposed peril

The free world is giving despotic regimes the upper hand by democratically voting in weaklings,who are leading us to national suicide.Op-ed.

The World and We, in self imposed peril

Israeli American Shiry Sapir expected to win Arizona primary and make history

An interview with an Israeli dynamo who kows what counts in education. Op-ed.

Israeli American Shiry Sapir expected to win Arizona primary

Weep for our Jewish daughters

No one imagined in their worst nightmares that benefits granted imprisoned terrorists by wardens included female soldiers..Op-ed.

Weep for our Jewish daughters

'Apartheid' bus ads in St. John’s? in Israel, the idea is laughable

The wasted energy and resources on hate and discord-promoting ad campaigns misrepresent the seismic shift underway in the region.Op-ed.

Don't let 'apartheid' ads fool you, in Israel that is laughable

Outcasting Ben-Gvir shields the truly dangerous

Ben Gvir plays by the rules and is staunchly Zionist. Branding him an extremist pariah blurs the danger from anti-Israel extremists.Op-ed.

Outcasting Ben-Gvir shields the truly dangerous

Iran and Israel: The Influence of the US State Dept?

It is no secret the State Dept had a role in deposing the Shah and was opposed to establishing the Jewish State. Has anything changed?Op-ed.

Iran and Israel: The Influence of the US State Dept?

Say “No” to serotonin!

Drugs used in psychiatric care are one treatment factor, but they do not stand alone. Op-ed.

Say “No” to serotonin!

Sorbonne scholar: Europe’s islamization is underway

In his extraordinary essay in Le Figaro, Prof. Pierre Vermeren writes of Islamization on all fronts of European society. Op-ed.

Sorbonne scholar: Europe’s islamization is underway

The Anti-Semite Stigma used to protect a Jew

Is invoking George Soros as a puppet master behind current events really an anti-Semitic trope? Op-ed.

The Anti-Semite Stigma used to protect a Jew

This is the biggest story of all

A ramming attack ignored by the international press that would have been front page news worldwide had it been an Arab child who died.Op-ed.

This is the biggest story of all

Tired of the yes-Bibi/no-Bibi debate? It misses a more salient issue

A yes-Gantz/no-Gantz debate is much more salient to Israel’s future. Op-ed.

Tired of the yes-Bibi/no-Bibi debate? It misses a critical issue

Nachala - A new Zionist effort to protect the land

The Nachala movement understands the danger of illegal Palestinian Arab construction in Area C—and intends to do something about it.Op-ed.

Nachala  - A new Zionist effort to protect the land

The Duma murderers - still at large?

Seven years since the Duma firebombing and justice, no matter what the outcome of a real investigation might be, has not been served.Op-ed.

The Duma murderers - still at large?

I can’t take Israeli elections anymore

The only party that stuck to its promises and ideology is having primaries and you can still register to vote in them if you act now.Op-ed.

I can’t take Israeli elections anymore

Israeli TV’s shallow, irresponsible stunt

Gil Tamary made clear he knew exactly what he was doing by referring to the site as “a place forbidden to non-Muslims.” Op-ed.

Israeli TV’s shallow, irresponsible stunt

The way is being paved for the Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine plan

Israel, Jordan and the PLO/PA seem to be moving along on the Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine plans. Can it be? Op-ed.

The way is being paved for the Hashemite Kingdom of Palestine

The UK’s grooming gangs and the Pakistani vote

Fear of "offending" Islamic minorities and admitting that multiculturalism is a failure has led to horror after horror in England. Op-ed.

The  UK’s grooming gangs and the Pakistani vote

The Palestinian Arabs are weak. This is the time to impose our conditions on them.

The same US and UK who want us to make concessions to the PA, do not expect Ukraine to do the same for peace. Op-ed.

Now is the time to impose conditions on a weakened PA and Hamas

The Israeli journalist who visited Mecca should be worried

Muslims are usually determined to avenge humiliation, and they know how to be patient. Read what else happened on 9/11, in 1683. Op-ed.

The Israeli journalist who visited Mecca should be worried

Maximizing your tourist dollars in Israel

Every workaday Jew in Israel is a hero to me. I'm privileged to be able to help in this way each time I visit. Op-ed.

Maximizing your tourist dollars in Israel

An Egyptian woman's brutal killing sparks renewed hijab debate

Egyptian Islamists focused more on Naira Ashraf's choice not to wear a hijab than on her murder by a man she rejected. Op-ed;

An Egyptian woman's brutal killing sparks renewed hijab debate

White House of cards

With perverse political irony, Biden's leftist enablers are ready to shoot the messenger carrying their own message. Op-ed.

White House of cards

Even at The New Yorker, you can’t be woke enough

Once good writing was the criterion, and we never knew, or cared, who was left, right, Democrat, or Republican.Op-ed.

Even at The New Yorker, you can’t be woke enough

Half baked - the truth about climate change

Climate change is not a national security emergency. Op-ed.

Half baked - the truth about climate change

Destroying old myths

"There are no records to support the Palestinian narrative." - Joan Peters.

Destroying old myths

Interpreting the Jerusalem Declaration - how it is seen in the UAE

Biden's visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia seen through UAE eyes accentuating the positive, worried about Putin's planned visit to Iran.Op-ed.

Interpreting the Jerusalem Declaration - how the UAE sees it

Biden rewrites Israel’s history

It’s no secret why Biden chooses to promote the falsehood that the Palestinian Arabs have “deep and ancient roots” in the land. Op-ed.

Biden rewrites Israel’s history

As Russian threats mount, Israel worries

The threats are both nuclear and military, as well as to Israel's ability to act in Syria and danger to the Jews in Ukraine.Op-ed.

As Russian threats mount, Israel worries

What the death of Hollywood means for America

Silicon Valley is replacing Hollywood and turning movies into a mass propaganda machine for wokeness..Op-ed.

What the death of Hollywood means for America

Yair Lapid's obsessive hatred of Mizrachim

Israeli media made Lapid into Teflon despite his racist remarks about Mizrachim, leading him on to further fiascos. Putin is one. Op-ed.

Yair Lapid's obsessive hatred of Mizrachim

100 years ago, the Mandate for Palestine Saga began

July 24, 1922 marks the centennial of the British Mandate's start. It could also be the start of a new solution to the conflict. Op-ed.

100 years ago the Mandate for Palestine Saga began




























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