Europe and Israel

Europe and Israel: In-Depth Reports

The Recent Discovery of Heinrich Himmler’s Telegram of November 2, 1943, the Anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, to Amin al-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem

The telegram confirms that there was a partnership between Nazi-Germany, the Arabs of Palestine and the Arab World. Read More »

Were there military motives behind the Balfour Declaration?

The fighting in the First World War was a major influence on the British government’s decision to make the Balfour Declaration. Read More »

Georges Bensoussan, A Submissive France: The Voices of Refusal

The book describes the disintegration of law and order and the threat of a resident Muslim community which refuses to accept the values of the host country. Read More »

Lessons from Israel’s Response to Terrorism

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A team of Jerusalem Center experts headed by Fiamma Nirenstein – former Vice President of the Committee on Foreign Affairs in Italy’s Chamber of Deputies – takes a very timely look at Israel’s model for dealing with terror.

Contributors to this study include Amb. Dore Gold, Brig. Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Amb. Freddy Eytan, Amb. Alan Baker, Dan Diker, Prof. Asa Kasher, Jennifer Roskies, and Dr. Irwin Mansdorf.

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The Legal Veracity of the Balfour Declaration

Was the Balfour Declaration a Legal Document? Read More »

Why did the UN and Europe press for diplomatic action now, in the waning days of Obama’s Administration?

Amb. Dore Gold explains the sudden interest in the Arab-Israeli conflict that led to the Paris Peace Conference that took place in mid January 2017. Read More »

Amb. Dore Gold on BBC World News, January 15, 2017

Only direct negotiations have worked in creating peace treaties for Israel and its neighbors; an international forum pushes peace further away. Read More »

The Dangers of the January 15 “Peace Talks” in Paris

Why Israel Will Not Attend Read More »

John-Paul Himka and Joanna Beata Michlic, eds., Bringing the Dark Past to Light: The Reception of the Holocaust in Post-Communist Europe

Bringing the Dark Past to Light offers many examples of the manipulation of history and its impact upon numerous aspects of daily life. Read More »

Greece-Israel-Cyprus Relations: Ripe for Expansion?

Building a new geo-strategic partnership in the eastern Mediterranean. Read More »

Italy Said “No”

The vote in Italy defeated political reform and the prime minister Read More »

End of the Sarkozy Era and François Fillon’s Return to Gaullist Values

Do primaries reflect a French turn to the Right? Read More »

Stop the Palestinian Authority’s Funding of Terrorism

The Palestinian Authority’s annual budget lists hundreds of millions of dollars to fund terrorists in prison, so-called martyrs’ families. The Jerusalem Center’s Yossi Kuperwasser challenges the international donors to end this illegal and immoral practice. Read More »

Europe in Shock after Donald Trump’s Victory

Trump breaks European political and diplomatic norms Read More »

Anti-Semitism in the British Labour Party against the Background of Brexit

In recent months, a large number of extreme anti-Semitic expressions by elected representatives of the British Labour Party have come to light. The publicity has forced Labour, which is under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, to investigate anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and racism in the party. The anti-Semitism issue is overshadowed by the many consequences of Brexit, which include a major crisis in Labour. Read More »