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Israel: In-Depth Reports

The Temple Mount Affair: What Has Changed?

Terrorism, Religion, Metal Detectors, and a Clash of Perception Read More »

Israeli Innovation in Africa

Luba Mayekiso, the National Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem in South Africa, explains how Israeli innovation can help Africa. Read More »

Jordan’s Refusal to Permit the Return of Israel’s Ambassador Is against International Law and the Peace Treaty

Jordan is at odds with the Jordanian-Israeli Peace Treaty 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 »

The Jews:  One of the World’s Oldest Indigenous Peoples

The Balfour Declaration and Jewish Peoplehood Read More »

Beyond the Debate Over Metal Detectors

Anything Israel would try to put in place would produce a very strong reaction for reasons that have nothing to do with electronics and preventing terror. Read More »

Palestinian Payments to Incarcerated Terrorists and Martyrs’ Families Rise in 2017

The amount allocated for the families of those killed or wounded in the struggle against Zionism, rose by 4 – 8 percent in 2017. Read More »

Argentina-Israel Relations: Nazi Trials and Terrorist Tribulations

Throughout the history Argentina-Israel relations have been marred by numerous trials and tribulations. Read More »

Creation of the Western Wall Plaza in 1967
Was Necessary and Legal

Photographs refute a “war crime” charge in the New Yorker Magazine Read More »

Hizbullah Mouthpiece Presents “Israel’s Options in the Face of the Resistance”

On July 3, 2017, Ibrahim al-Amin who often expresses the views of Hizbullah’s secretary-general, Hassan Nasrallah, issued a muscle-flexing editorial. Read More »

Israel and UNESCO: A New Era Has Not Yet Arrived

Some change seen in UNESCO voting patterns Read More »

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

Iran sets up weapons factories in Lebanon Read More »

What Are Defensible Borders and Why Are They Important for Israel?

Strategic depth, ability to defend yourself from an attack from the outside, and finally fighting terrorism effectively. Read More »

Whatever Happened to the Term “Palestinian State?”

Abbas is concerned over the American “deal” Read More »

The True Diplomatic Legacy of 1967

There Was No International Border Before the War. New Defensible Lines Needed to be Negotiated. Read More »