The case against releasing one thousand terrorists for Gilad Shalit.
The Gaza Flotilla affair is yet another regrettable incident where Israel was left in the position of having to defend itself against hostile enemies, yet condemned by international Thugs. The saga continues as the U.N. calls for an international inquiry in the face of increasing provocation against Israel from: terrorists, those that harbor and support [...]
On Tuesday, June 1st, The Israel Project hosted Israeli Prime Minister’s Spokesman, Mark Regev for a conference call during which the Spokesman updated journalists on the attacks on Israel by “humanitarians” bringing aid to Gaza.
“The Israel Project is an international nonprofit organization devoted to educating the press and the public about Israel while promoting security, [...]
If anyone had any lingering doubts as to this administration’s position towards Israel — and it would take a narcoleptic not to have figured it out at this point — it was made painfully obvious a few days ago in, of all places, the UN.
On Friday the United Nations adopted a resolution for a nuclear [...]
This is not an academic question, totally detached from reality. As far as Israel is concerned, it is a question of life and death. And it was the first question I asked myself upon reading “Can Israel Afford to Slow Down Iran’s Nuclear Program?” by Yossi Melman in the May 20th issue of Haaretz.
Yossi Melman [...]
Looking back on a common, tragic experience, Holocaust Survivor, Zdenka Novak, reflects on Hitler’s rise from insignificant, obscurity to near universal power in Europe:
“From today’s perspective it is clear to me that our fatal mistake was that of not taking Hitler seriously. In fact we could have escaped much earlier had we followed the advice [...]