Written by Dore Gold
The lead editorial of the Washington Post on February 5, 2015, expressed the growing concern in elite circles with the contours of the emerging nuclear accord between Iran and the P5+1 (the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany).1 Part of the concern emanates from the change in the ...
Written by iHLS
Another attempt will be made to allow the sale of the Israeli developed “David’s Sling” rocket interceptor to Poland. Last year the U.S has vetoed this proposed sale.
Senior sources told i-HLSthat as compensation, Rafael – the manufacturer of the Israeli David’s Sling defense system – will be ...
Written by Prof. Anne Bayefsky
While focusing on anti-Semitism has been studiously avoided by the United Nations, the subject of the Holocaust has served as the consolation prize.
The United Nations does not want to deal with anti-Semitism because the organization would be exposed as the global platform for anti-Semitism. The ...
Written by Michael Snyder
Israel and Hezbollah are at war. On top of everything else that is going on in the world, now we have a new war in the Middle East, and nobody is quite certain what is going to happen next. Israel has been preparing for this moment for more than 8 years. So has Hezbollah.
Written by Lt. Col. (ret.) Michael Segall
The Iranian leadership is escalating its responses to the operation that killed senior IRGC and Hizbullah officials in the Quneitra area, pointing an accusatory finger at Israel, and again threatening its destruction.
Written by Oded Eran , Robbie Sabel
Although not adopted, the text of draft resolution submitted to the UN Security Council by Jordan on behalf of "Palestine"1merits examination. The submission of the draft resolution as such on behalf of the Palestinians was clearly a violation of the Palestinian undertaking under the Oslo ...
Written by Yoni Ben Menachem
In recent weeks several reports in the Arab media have indicated that Hamas is holding t bodies of two Israeli soldiers killed in Operation Protective Edge.
On December 14, 2014 the al-Arabi al-Jadeednewspaper, presumably citing Egyptian sources, reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ...
Written by Gilead Sher , Keren Aviram
As Israel tries to contain the damage resulting from recent measures taken against it in the international legal sphere, the Palestinians and their supporters are pursuing a sophisticated strategy that employs legal and diplomatic tools in almost every legal or political institution in the ...
Written by Memri
Saudi Daily 'Al-Watan' Reports: Saudi Arabia Now Allows Jews To Work In The Kingdom
On December 30, 2014, the Saudi daily Al-Watan reported that Saudi authorities are now allowing people of all faiths, including Jews, to work in the kingdom, and added that this was proof of the country's openness ...