Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is just another politician to whom the political is personal.
The author explores Washington’s vitriolic response to the Palestinian Authority’s plan to declare statehood.
Israel’s President Bibi Netanyahu and his defense minister Ehud Barak are more determined to attack Iran than ever.
The deal has been discussed since Shalit was captured in 2006, now the time has come for 1028 families to be reunited.
The prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas reflects the power of occupation and the power of changing circumstances.
With the Arab uprisings reconfiguring the regional political landscape, the time has come for America to regain the trust and goodwill of the Islamic world. The clock is ticking fast.
Aid to Israel dodges the austerity bullet.
September turned out to be nothing short of a political tsunami for Israel’s leaders and, consequently, for the United States as well.
Earlier this month, Rep. Joe Walsh and 30 co-sponsors issued a resolution supporting Israeli annexation of the West Bank.
Until there is a change in the Obama administration’s policies, the president has little credibility in preaching to the world about the importance of peace.
Both the United States and Israeli believed their wildernesses — and those that inhabited them — needed to be tamed.
The Land of Israel caucus is urging the Israeli government to respond to the Palestinian Authority’s bid for statehood by formally annexing all Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
The Oslo Accords produced nothing but settlements and suffering.
Turkey is winning friends and influencing the Middle East, but its Dale Carnegie approach doesn’t extend to Israel.
“Price taggers” are Israeli settlers who retaliate for IDF removal of Israeli settlers from the West Bank by attacking Palestinians and IDF property.