Repackaging Ehud Barak: Shades of Nixon?

In the Israel Labor Party primary held on Monday, Ehud Barak led the field of candidates to head the Israel Labor Party, to become Labor's leading candidate for the next Prime Minister- assuming that...

Life and death – writes Michael Kuttner

http://www.jwire.com.au/featured-articles/life-and-death-writes-michael-kuttner/43874 There can be no bigger contrast between the Islamic cult of venerating death and the Jewish tradition of hallowing life. It is at times like this when the glaring differences are on display for...

Our commissioned security report: Arab attacks in Israel over past six months

Born in Chicago Illinois served as councilor in Bnei Akiva Youth Organization Following graduation from High School entered year study/work program for young leadership from Bnei Akiva in Israel Following the year program- volunteered in IDF...

Libya: Not Just a Tragedy But the Start of Another Endless War for America

http://rubinreports.blogspot.co.il/2012/09/libya-not-just-tragedy-but-start-of.html Yahoo highlighted two "amazing" stories shortly after the murder of five American diplomats in Libya and the attack on the U.S. embassy in Egypt that tell us a lot about the intersection between American...

Moral Imperative: Help Non Jews Who Are Loyal to the State of Israel

I write this piece as a religious Jew, as a journalist and as someone who worked for more than a decade as a social work professional in the Galilee. A recent discussion is now occurring...

Israel at Peace

http://www.danielpipes.org/12145/israel-at-peace Those concerned with the security and welfare of the Jewish state keep asking questions like "Is Israel Doomed? " and Will Israel Survive? (also in French, Israël peut-il survivre? ). One even titled a...

Incisive Commentary from Jerusalem

Posting: March 24, 2008 "Fatah and Hamas" Well, here we are in the midst of an ever-changing scenario that has yet to play itself out. Officially, neither the US nor Israel has comment on the agreement signed...

An Analysis of the Current U.S. Policymaking Process

By Barry Rubin The Obama administration has a major internal split. The problem is that the people most qualified to be heard and who have the better understanding of the situation are being ignored. The reasons...

The Fatah Charter: Intentions vs. Words

Arlene Kushner is the senior research analyst for the Center for Near East Policy Research in Jerusalem, and author of a daily blog, "Arlene From Israel," www.arlenefromisrael.info. On January 27, 2010, the Jewish Telegraph Agency...

What Egypt’s President Sisi Really Thinks

http://www.danielpipes.org/14931/abdel-fattah-al-sisi Former air marshal Husni Mubarak, now 86, had ruled Egypt for 30 years when his military colleagues forced him from office in 2011. Three years and many upheavals later, those same colleagues replaced his...