Jabotinsky's metaphor for the Jewish and Palestinian nations is still relevant; to achieve peace today, each side must settle for satisfying its appetite, not its hunger
Opinion If You Can't Say Israeli Settlers Are Civilians Too, You're Propping Up Apologists for Terror
To those activists on the left and for Palestinian human rights who deny West Bank settlers can be terror victims: 'Thou shalt not kill' isn't conditional
Netanyahu dare not forget that the threats to his coalition are as nothing next to the lurking danger to the state and the entire region if he fails to come to his senses quickly
It's worth recalling that the status quo Netanyahu has sworn to uphold was destroyed from the first moment of the occupation – at 3 A.M. on June 11, 1967, after the conquest of East Jerusalem, the Mughrabi neighborhood's 135 homes were demolished
Israel's threatened its next war with the Iran-backed Shiite group will be the most destructive ever. But shattering Lebanon to defeat Hezbollah is a strategy that Israel's already tried - and it failed
My friends tell me I should be glad I'm not in back in Jerusalem, but is it just because they don't want to see me?
No one dared ask why Omar al-Abed, a 20-year-old with dreams and aspirations, bought a knife and set out to kill
What the decision to let Michael Ganor turn state's witness in the scandal involving the purchase of German naval vessels really means
The metal detectors 'will be replaced by advanced technological means' that will enable 'smart inspection'
Although State Department's latest report uses similar wording on Israel-Palestine conflict to previous year's report, ZOA President Mort Klein says he didn't expect anti-Israel reports from new administration