Terror Is Terror Is Terror

The US approach to terror is unfocused, selective and indulgent  Read More »

Will Cameras on the Temple Mount Work?

Looking for a Solution on the Temple Mount  Read More »

Has France’s All-Out War on Terror Really Begun?

France must find a new balance between liberté and sécurité   Read More »

Do the Palestinians Want Two States?

The Palestinians and Europeans refuse to allow the Palestinian state’s birth.  Read More »

Palestinian Incitement to Violence and Terror:
Nothing New, But Still Dangerous

Palestinian Leaders’ Incitement Undermines their Sincerity as Negotiators  Read More »

Stabbing at a West Bank Supermarket – A Blow to Coexistence?

Palestinian leadership is opposed to economic coexistence with Israel   Read More »

The Hidden Hand behind the Palestinian Terror Wave

Hamas tries to spark an intifada in the West Bank and Jerusalem  Read More »

The Other Casualty of the Wave of Palestinian Terror

Thousands of Licensed Palestinian Workers from the West Bank Could Lose Jobs.  Read More »

The Qatari Connection to Terror Incidents in Egypt

Is Qatar-Egypt tension over Muslim Brotherhood dangerously escalating?   Read More »

The Shameful Failure of the War against ISIS

One year after the founding of the Caliphate, can ISIS be stopped?   Read More »

The Islamic Armageddon Lies between Turkey and ISIS

Do ISIS and Turkey hold competing views of the Caliphate?  Read More »

Isolated Incidents or Global War?

In response to the first attack in Paris on the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a member of a jihadi forum, affiliated with ISIS, wrote a very striking explanation as to why France in particular was targeted.   Read More »

The Terrorism Threat to Canada

A Canadian convert to Islam killed a soldier and opened fire inside the Parliament in Ottawa.   Read More »

The Structure of the Islamic State (ISIS)

ISIS is much more than a terrorist organization; it is a terrorist state with almost all governing elements.   Read More »

Is the Fall of Mosul in Iraq to the Jihadists a “Game Changer”?

The radical group, the “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS),” has scored a huge achievement with the capture of Mosul, Iraq’s second biggest city with over 1.5 million inhabitants, and areas of the Kirkuk oil producing province.1 By controlling […]  Read More »