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Terrorism

Another bulldozer has struck at a busy intersection in Jerusalem. The driver, an Arab-Israeli from East Jerusalem, went on a rampage slamming cars and...

Today, Lebanon's March 14th movement cast itself into an abyss of moral depravity that the bloc's supporters -- myself included -- never thought possible. The...

David, with 3 dead and 57 wounded, a silver lining is difficult to find. But if there's one, it must be that this attack was...

A few hours ago, a Palestinian attacker drove a 10-ton Caterpillar front-end loader into a crowded Jerusalem street, upending one bus and smashing into another,...

Yaacov Lozowick notes that as part of its resumption of violence against Israel, Hamas announced that it ". . . is not going to be a...

CIA Director Michael Hayden gave a noteworthy interview to the Washington Post this week. According to the Post: Less than a year after his agency...

There's a very "balanced" piece about the planned Flight 93 memorial in today's New York Times. But this surreal tale has been kicking around...

Yesterday ABC News posted a story about the new State Department report on terrorism. There's been, it seems, an uptick in global terror victims. From...

Poor Al-Qaeda. For months, the Islamist organization has had to give over the limelight to Iran, Hezbullah, and Hamas, all of which have more guns...

Of course we know that Hamas’ acts of terror “must be understood as being a painful but inevitable consequence of colonialism, apartheid or occupation," as...

Just in case you were wondering how much Hamas has built up its military in the last few years, a new intelligence estimate puts its...

The New York Times ran a long, interesting article on Sunday detailing how Iraqi insurgents manage to siphon off oil from the Baiji refinery in...