In some circles it's fashionable to decry Zionism, but those 'anti-Zionists' probably don't even know what the idea means in the first place.
Comments by Moshe Ya’alon following the shooting of a wounded terrorist by an IDF soldier are raising suspicions in the right wing that he may be returning to his liberal roots.
There doesn’t seem to be much appetite in the West to adopt the layered approach of Israeli airport security, both because of the heavy cost and the delay in passenger flow.
Netanyahu and the IDF prepared for the fallout from the Hebron shooting. When it never came, they moved on.
Belgium, the nerve center of Europe, is in some aspects a failed state. Yet the recent wave of violence shows that Israel, for all its experience, is no better off.
The legions of EU bureaucrats based in the Belgian capital have much to ponder during this Easter vacation.
Community rejects terrorist stigma, resents world media’s branding of Molenbeek as 'jihad central.'
Amazement registered over warning signs ignored, laxness before Tuesday’s attack.
Residents of Brussel’s ‘quiet, cosmopolitan’ Schaerbeek neighborhood where explosives were found in a police raid don’t want to be stigmatized like Molenbeek.
It's still unclear whether Istanbul bomber deliberately targeted Israeli tour group, but Hezbollah has long ago reached conclusion that weakest link in Israel's security is its citizens abroad.