Answering your questions on Hamas, Iran, the occupation, and more
Scenes of young women raped next to the dead bodies of their friends
The State of Israel was created with one overarching purpose: to prevent the slaughter of Jews from ever happening again. On Saturday, it failed miserably to do that.
A tragic political misjudgment about Hamas’ intentions
Understanding our reality is the least we can do. Start here.
A decade of perverse U.S. policy sets the stage for mass murder
Do I support a Palestinian state run by a fundamentalist terror cult that targets civilians? No, I don’t.
The Associated Press claims it never knowingly shared a building with Hamas in Gaza. Its own correspondents—and former Obama administration officials—know better.
The two-state solution has been dead for decades. A one-state solution frightens Israelis and Palestinians alike. Is three the magic number for peace?
Anyone south of Tel Aviv spent the weekend in bomb shelters as intense rocket barrages from Gaza killed four Israelis in the deadliest day for Israel since 2014. By Monday a ceasefire was reached and it was all over. For now.
A war correspondent’s Christmas
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigned Wednesday after a deal was reached with Hamas, prompting speculation that early elections will be called
Just days ago, millions of dollars meant to buy calm finally made it into cash-starved Gaza—so why does Israel now appear to be on the brink of another war with Hamas?
Yaakov Amidror believes Israeli muscle has left the Jewish state with only ‘1 1/2’ security problems: Iran and Hezbollah. But that doesn’t mean the next conflict won’t be ‘a very, very nasty war.’
The Goldin and Shaul families demand that their loved ones be returned first, and call on Netanyahu to learn from Trump
Containing only a few grams of explosives, the devices are ideal for use in a dense setting like Gaza
After the torrent of fiery kites, the terrorist organization now torches birds