Israel

An Open Letter to the Presbyterian Church

Divestment policies against Israel are unfair and harmful.

Ten Reasons I Admire Israel

Israel’s story is one of the great chapters in the annals of history.

Israel: 100 Years of Science

How one stone can change the world.

Israel & Google Earth

An aerial view of Israel's security dilemma and settlements.

Son of Hamas

The remarkable story of Mosab Hassan Yousef, who went from Hamas to the Mossad.

Denying the Temple

The belief that no Jewish Temple ever existed in Jerusalem has become a mounting problem.

Lawrence of Judea

The champion of the Arab cause and his little-known romance with Zionism.

Why the Six-Day War Still Matters

Ten crucial lessons that resonate to this day.

Airbrushing Jewish History

Chipping away at the millennia of Jewish connection to the Land of Israel.

8 Points for Peace

An advisory note to members of the Israeli Knesset.

The Big Lie: The Muslims, Jerusalem and Archaeology, Part 2

Millennia of artifacts with Hebrew inscriptions prove the Jewish presence.

The Big Lie: The Muslims, Jerusalem and Archaeology, Part 1

The Arab onslaught to erase the Jewish people's historical connection with the Temple Mount.

Missing in Action

Memorial Day is especially painful for the families of soldiers whose fate remains unknown.

Rejecting Martyrdom

The daughter of an Arab warrior tells her tale.

"Lightly Injured"

Terrorism's toll is far greater than we think.

Jenin: The Truth

The "Jenin massacre" is more than a fiction. It is a hoax, perpetrated in a world of monstrous moral inversion.

Israeli Premonition

A 1968 essay about Israel and the world sounds eerily prophetic for the situation today.

The Last Laugh: Thoughts on the Arab-Israeli Conflict

The Biblical conflict between Isaac and Ishmael is rooted in laughter. And it's no joke.

Moral Clarity in Gaza

Hamas has only one grievance: Israel's very existence.

The Miracle, at 60

It's the norm for exiled nations to disappear -- with one exception: a miraculous story of redemption and return, after not a century or two, but 2,000 years.

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