Heightened Debate over Judea and Samaria

As Netanyahu’s coalition steps into its new role as sitting government, inflammatory rhetoric surrounding Israel’s sovereignty is increasing from all sides. National Defense Minister Itamar Ben Gvir has promised to visit the Temple Mount this … Read More

EU Double-Crosses Israel, Breaks International Law

A leaked document from Brussels revealed top secret European Union plans to undercut Israeli control of Area C (according to the Oslo Accords) through duplicitous “building projects” meant to boost Palestinian quality of living. According … Read More

Anti-Semitic Google Search Results

In the latest anti-Semitic incident, a Google search for the word “jew” resulted not in a definition of Jewish ethnicity and religious identity but with a hateful 19th century verb “jewing” or “driving a hard … Read More

Final Countdown to New Government

With the plenum session to ratify the new government scheduled for 11:00 Thursday morning, Israel’s legislative caucus is entering the final stretch to (hopefully) governmental stability. Before the government can be ratified, there is one … Read More

Arms Smuggling through Beirut Airport

Israel has threatened to strike Beirut International Airport over claims that Iran is smuggling weapons through it. Al-Arabiya reported that Iran smuggled weapons via the airline Meraj, which has begun flying directly between Tehran and … Read More

Israel Faces Second Vote At UN General Assembly

Three weeks ago, the Palestinian Authority presented a resolution to the UN General Assembly requesting that the Hague launch a legal examination of Israel’s continued presence in territories taken during the Six Day War in … Read More