This article originally appeared in Hebrew in the Yisrael Hayom newspaper and website: http://www.israelhayom.co.il/opinion/518411
During Operation Protective Edge, then Deputy Chief of Staff (today’s Chief of Staff) Gadi Eizenkott came to the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Security Committee and reported to […]
Why is Islamic terror striking Western Europe, while it has not touched Eastern Europe?
On the surface, Islam should first have sought to obliterate its age-old enemy, the more Christian countries in the east. Only afterwards would we have expected it […]
We don’t need the current investigation into the phone conversations between PM Netanyahu and editor of Israel’s most sold daily newspaper, Yediot Aharonot, to know that Yediot is not printing real news. And that the most popular free newspaper in […]Read More
It is no surprise that Elor Azaryah, the IDF soldier accused of shooting and killing a wounded terrorist, was convicted today. Any other outcome would have been a stinging slap in the face of a much too broad elite and […]Read More
Here we go again. Two weeks ago Hamas fired a few missiles on the Israeli city of Sderot and the IDF responded by bombing terrorist targets in Gaza. Sounds ok, no? They bomb us, so we bomb back. There’s only […]Read More
The media reports that the FBI is investigating if the Orlando terrorist belonged to ISIS. But they also reported that minutes before the massacre, the American Islamist terrorist called the police station and pledged his allegiance to ISIS. So what […]Read More
Zehut party leader notes Israel does ‘occupy’ Judea-Samaria in the literal sense – and says it’s time to establish full sovereignty.
By Benny Toker
First Publish: 4/12/2016, 3:41 PM
An Arab MK who compared Palestinian Arab terrorists to Jews fighting the British for […]Read More
The soldier in Hebron shouldn’t have had to pull the trigger and kill the terrorist who had just attempted to murder his comrade. The officers in the area should have done so, and the order should have come from the […]Read More
Editor’s note: Although this article was written (exactly) 12 years ago, it accurately and presciently addresses what we have witnessed today in Brussels.
24 Adar, 5764
March 17, 2004
In its first week in the movie theatres, Mel Gisbson’s new movie, ‘The Passion,’ […]