Search Results for: “Golan Heights” (142 Results)

The Implications of the Syrian T-4 Air Base Bombing

Confrontation with Iran on Syrian territory Read More »

Israel Sent a Clear Message to Iran in Syria

Israel caused great damage to Syria’s anti-aircraft systems. Read More »

Assad is More Dangerous than ISIS

After the raid on Syria’s chemical warfare installations, what’s next? Read More »

The Status of Jerusalem in International and Israeli Law

This monograph shows that Israel has valid legal status in Jerusalem. Read More »

Dore Gold Asserts Israel’s Legal Rights to the Golan Heights at International Meeting in Moscow

From the point of view of Israel, in the southern part of that area, the Golan Heights will remain under Israeli sovereignty. Read More »

Hizbullah Commander Imad Mughniyeh:
10 Years since His Assassination

The man who connected Iran and Osama Bin Laden Read More »

Iran Ignores Israel’s Warnings

Iran prepares for the arrival of Shiite militias in the Golan Heights and Southern Lebanon Read More »

Can Iran and Its Proxies Be Restrained in Syria?

What do the (reported) Israeli attacks against Iranian assets in Syria signify? Read More »

The Origins of the Name “Palestine”

Every Synagogue in the World Faces Jerusalem Read More »

Iran Dispatches a Senior Commander of the Shiite Foreign Legion to Southern Lebanon

Iranian involvement is irrefutable Read More »

Why Israel Is Concerned About American-Russian Understandings on Syria

Will Iran use Syria as a façade to establish Iranian bases? Read More »

Nasrallah Invites the Iranian Shi’ite Legion to the Next War with Israel

Iran sets up weapons factories in Lebanon Read More »

Jacques Neriah, Between Rabin and Arafat: A Political Diary, 1993-1994

Rabin emerges as a solid analyst, capable of reaching decisions, and a man of integrity. Read More »

Lebanon’s Army and Hizbullah Join Ranks

Risking Lebanon’s future Read More »

Was ISIS behind the Terrorist Attack in Jerusalem on January 8?

ISIS’ avoidance of Palestinians and Jerusalem – until now? Read More »