Israel Defense Forces (IDF)

Israel Defense Forces (IDF): In-Depth Reports

Bethlehem after Oslo: Terror Spiked in Israel’s Absence

The City of Peace Failed to Live Up to Its Name Read More »

Hamas Probes Israel’s Defenses

New attacks on Israel’s border reflect Hamas’ new aggressive strategy Read More »

Highlights from Dore Gold Interview on RT – May 24, 2018

Israel does what’s necessary to protect itself, but Israel does what’s also necessary to minimize civilian casualties in any kind of attack. Read More »

Hamas, Gaza, and the Rush to Judgment

What is common among all the critics of Israel is a kind of rush to judgment by which people automatically assume that Israel is to blame for whatever has occurred. Read More »

Hizbullah’s “Wish List”

How Hizbullah viewed the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ rocket attack on the Golan Read More »

Hamas’ Warfare Tactics in the “Great Return March”

Hamas attacks Israel on the land, in the air, and underground Read More »

The Implications of the Syrian T-4 Air Base Bombing

Confrontation with Iran on Syrian territory Read More »

Bashar Assad’s Deafening Silence

Israel’s bombing of a nuclear reactor in Syria elicits little reaction – so far Read More »

The Gaza Escalation: A Message from Iran

A Hamas ambush wounded four Israeli soldiers 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 »

Have Some of the Palestinian Security Forces Gone Rogue?

Another attack on Israelis by a Palestinian officer. Read More »

Why Israel Opposes International Forces in the Jordan Valley

Why International Peacekeepers Cannot Replace the IDF in the Defense of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s strong statement in June 2013 ruling out proposals for the deployment of international forces to defend Israel
was completely understandable given recent events. Read More »

Judea and Samaria: Challenges and Opportunities By Maj.-Gen. Nitzan Alon

Israel’s Strategic Reality

Imagine the behavior of radical non-state actors under an Iranian nuclear umbrella. They will be more aggressive and will dare to do things that perhaps right now they are not willing to do. Read More »