Israel seeks world support—in vain?—amidst a mounting security crisis.
A masterful look at Israel’s history and current dilemmas.
These factors preclude American Jewish progressives from returning to the pro-Israel stance some of them took in Israel’s early days.
A new book of poems by Canadian poet-essayist and frequent PJM contributor David Solway.
"My name is Craig K., and I’m an Obamaholic."
The administration continues to press the border issue despite no sign from the Palestinians that they are willing to negotiate.
The "disaster" refers to Israel's creation, not a "right of return" to Israel's pre-1967 borders.
The deal may not last, but the response of both Fatah and Hamas to the death of bin Laden shows precious little difference in ideology between the two.
In the aftermath of yesterday's attack at Joseph's Tomb, Israeli MK Danny Danon calls on the U.S. to stop funding and training the PA security forces.
From vicious anti-Semitic cartoons to worse.
Essential to restoring that upper hand to Israel is the recognition of the difference between a democratic country defending itself and terrorists using the most cynical means imaginable in fighting it.
The bottom line is that Israel can hardly count on Germany as a friend. It’s been behaving recently more like an enemy.
The respectable left plays a dangerous game.
As Arab regimes fail, misguided countries seek another.
An outstanding new volume explains the sources of its success.
Behold, the world's schizophrenic policy towards two virtually equal, and related, situations.
The school accepts and posts a revolting master's thesis.
How can there ever be peace between Israel and the Palestinians when the "moderate" Fatah glorifies the terrorist who plotted the 1972 massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympic Games?
Execrable comparisons with Hitler and Mussolini are accompanying the proposed oath to the Jewish state, ignoring the very real problem that 64% of Israeli Arabs deny Israel's right to exist.
The Obama administration ignores realities in order to push a "process" that even lefty Israelis are beginning to doubt will lead to peace.
The world is indifferent to Obama's drone attacks, while Israel's targeted killings of terrorists sparks international outrage.
At a time when Israel’s security environment is worsening, in no small part because of the Obama administration’s strategic weakness, Israel is being pushed hard by that same administration into making its security environment even worse.
U.S. envoy George Mitchell takes a position inimical to Israel, disguising it as neutral.