Hamas the Gaza War and Accountability under International Law – June 18 2009

Hamas the Gaza War and Accountability under International Law – June 18 2009: In-Depth Reports

Hamas Creates New Force to Fight in Gaza

Night unit formed by Hamas for incursions, IEDs, incendiary devices Read More »

Selling Oslo to the Jewish Community

A translator for Yitzhak Rabin recalls her role in selling the message of Oslo Read More »

Does the Turmoil in Iraq Signal a Nationalist Awakening against Iran?

Iran’s Consulate in Basra, Iraq, was torched by anti-Iran mobs Read More »

Is a Schism Developing in the Sunni Camp?

In a slap at the Saudis, Muslim Brotherhood Sheikh questions need for the Haj Read More »

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 »

Iran Will Deploy its Fatehin-Basij Special Forces to Suppress Iranian Unrest

Special Forces unit, volunteers for the Revolutionary Guard, designed for “difficult times” 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

Introduction The question of the Koran’s attitude toward Jews is not merely a theoretical-academic matter. Because of the centrality of the Koran in the life of the Muslim and of Muslim communities past and present, this question has had, and […] Read More »

No Arab Demographic Time Bomb

Demographic Reality Defies Conventional Wisdom Contrary to conventional wisdom, the Jewish state is not facing an Arab demographic time bomb. It benefits, however, from a robust Jewish demographic tailwind of births and net immigration. For example, from 1995 to 2017 […] Read More »

Correcting an American Judgment on Hamas’ Murder of Three Teens

Should Israeli parents be held responsible for the abduction and murder of their son? 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 »