Hamas’s (and Iran’s) Fail-Safe Strategy


The terrorist organization knows it can’t defeat Israel — so why is it fighting?

Fighting Enemies from Within and Without


Why the murder of Muhammad Khdeir must not prevent Israel from dealing decisively with Hamas.

Ari Shavit and American Jewry


Why the best-selling author represents the rupture between American Jews and Israel.

The Time Has Come for America to Stand Up


U.S. funding of Palestinian terrorists must cease.

The Names of the Victims


The tragic price of exchanging hostages for terrorists.

Turkey’s High-Risk Power Play


Remaking Turkey in the mold of the Ottoman Empire.

The Threat Is Blowback


The U.S. starts down the road to the next 9/11.

Ignoring the Elephant

West Bank Israeli Teens Kidnapping

Kidnapped Israeli teens deserve what they get, according to the media, because they are Jews.

Hezbollah and Israel’s Lawyers-in-Chief


How Israeli civilian interests are being subordinated to the interests of their enemies.

Pragmatism, Obama and the Bergdahl Swap


How ideology blinded a president to the public rejection of trading five terrorists for a deserter.