P. David Hornik is a freelance writer and translator living in Beersheva, Israel. In addition to Frontpage Magazine his work has appeared on PJ Media, New English Review, American Spectator, American Thinker, The Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post, the Jewish Press, Ynetnews, Israel National News, Moment, and elsewhere, and he is the author of an essay collection and a novel.
Even an anti-Israeli NGO is appalled.
The mullahs want to target the “Little Satan” from across the border.
An Israeli watchdog scores two wins against the terrorist.
Middle Eastern analysts say a vicious regime is being brought to heel.
Iran emerges as a central uniting issue.
Last gasp of an old era?
A Paris “peace conference” and a Turtle Bay aftermath.
Report: he’s cooking up another one.
How long can Israel defend itself as the Khamenei-Putin axis advances?
An arson wave reveals stark truths about a country and its neighbors.
Needed: a new, sane policy under Trump.
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