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Developing Northern Sinai – A New Diplomatic Paradigm

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Iran and Turkey Divert Iraq’s River Waters, Leaving Iraq on the Brink of Catastrophe

A severe water shortage may be the next casus belli in the Middle East Read More »

A New Anti-Semitism?

Anti-Semitism is growing today in France, facilitated by the exhaustion of the protective functions of the Holocaust and the deterioration of Israel’s image. Read More »

Verses and Reality: What the Koran Really Says about Jews

The question of the Koran’s attitude toward Jews is not merely a theoretical-academic matter. Read More »

No Arab Demographic Time Bomb

Contrary to conventional wisdom, the Jewish state is not facing an Arab demographic time bomb. Read More »

Jonathan Neumann, To Heal the World? How the Jewish Left Corrupts Judaism and Endangers Israel

The pseudoreligion of tikkun olam is that is has no basis, textual or historical, in Judaism and was created by Jews who had abandoned their religion. Read More »

Avi Gil, The Peres Formula: From the Diary of a Confidant

Gil is apparently perplexed over Peres’s complicated behavior and claims that he had high regard for the thankless mission that Peres took upon himself. Read More »

Vincent Nouzille, Histoires secrètes France-Israël, 1948-2018

This is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date books about Franco-Israeli relations. Read More »

Fiamma Nirenstein, The Caliph and the Ayatollah: Our world under siege.

Khamenei and al-Baghdadi are but two sides of the same coin, both pursuing the same goal of reviving the Islamic caliphate. Read More »

Moshe Arens, In Defense of Israel

Moshe Arens’s memoir sums up his many years of activity on behalf of the Jewish people and the state of Israel. Read More »

Is the Jewish State the Ultimate Evil or a Golden Opportunity? Ideology vs. Politics in the Teachings and Actions of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum – the Satmar Rebbe

Why did Rabbi Yoel attract so much attention both among the general Jewish public and among scholars? Read More »

The Arab-Muslim Slave Trade: Lifting the Taboo

The issue of the Eastern and trans-Saharan slave trade organized by the Arabs is deliberately ignored and considered a taboo subject. Read More »

Freedom Denied: A Firsthand Look at Kurdistan’s Referendum Debacle, One Year On

In 2017, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRG) held a highly contentious independence referendum, the fallout of which defines their future one year later. Read More »

Françoise S. Ouzan, Young Holocaust Survivors Rebuilt Their Lives: France, the United States, and Israel

Three quarters of a century after the liberation of the last camp, as their numbers steadily dwindle, how are former young Holocaust survivors coping? Read More »

James Loeffler, Rooted Cosmopolitans: Jews and Human Rights in the Twentieth Century

The title of this book is a challenge to two traditional stereotypes of the Jews. Read More »