Tag: Islamic fundamentalism
Israel’s Deterrence after the Second Lebanon War
February 13, 2007 | Maj. Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan
The Islamic fundamentalist war against Israeli and Jewish existence in the Middle East - which is being waged by both Hizbullah and Hamas - did not begin in 1967, and it is not going to end even if Israel redeploys along the 1967 lines. Hardly anybody in Israel thinks that if we give territories now, we will get peace in return.
Christians Flee Growing Islamic Fundamentalism in the Holy Land
December 7, 2006 | Justus Reid Weiner
The growing strength of Islamic fundamentalism within the Palestinian national movement poses problems for Christians, who fear they will be deemed opponents of Islam and thereby risk becoming targets for Muslim extremists. This is exacerbated by the fact that Hamas holds substantial power and seeks to impose its radical Islamist identity on the entire population within the PA-controlled territories.
Foundations of an Israeli Grand Strategy toward the European Union
October 21, 2004 | Prof. Yehezkel Dror
Israel urgently needs a grand strategy toward the European Union. This is all the more so because the two parties disagree profoundly on fundamental issues and seriously misperceive each other. Israel has many strategic assets that it can use to improve its political and security relations with the European Union, but without a high-quality grand strategy these cannot be employed effectively.
Islamic Fundamentalism Among the Palestinian Arabs
August 15, 1989
Hussein and Arafat – PLO and Drugs – Islamic Fundamentalism
February 12, 1986 | Hillel Frisch, Michael Danby