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rebuild Gaza

It’s been a year since the last summer’s war in Gaza ended and those who lost their homes during the fighting are still waiting for...
Iran-Hamas alliance

Last week, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz let drop the fact that even the administration understood that the nuclear deal with Iran would lead to a...
Iran funding Hamas

When asked repeatedly by Republicans about Iran’s repeated threats to destroy Israel during Congressional testimony about the Iran nuclear deal, Secretary of State John Kerry...
terror funding

Last summer’s war in Gaza ended with most Palestinians gleefully proclaiming a smashing victory and most Israelis disgruntled at how little the war achieved. Just...
Israel

In his post earlier today, Michael Rubin voiced concern that “the desire to ban rather than debate,” once a fringe phenomenon, is increasingly “infiltrating the...
Israeli war crimes

Yesterday, Amnesty International issued its latest broadside at the State of Israel. The group’s report, titled “Black Friday: Carnage in Rafah” dutifully reported at length...
Iran sponsored terrorism

With the world’s attention focused squarely on the Iran nuclear talks, the Hamas military buildup in the Gaza has largely gone unnoticed in the international...
Gaza war plan

One year ago, Hamas terrorists launched a war against Israel that lasted 50 days. When the dust settled, both sides were forced to accept a...
Hamas-ISIS connection

To listen to both Hamas and ISIS, the two Islamist terror groups are enemies. As Foreign Policy noted back in May, Hamas views the Islamic...
Gaza flotillas

Today, the latest publicity stunt by pro-Palestinian activists ended harmlessly as the Israel Navy intercepted a ship off the coast of Gaza that was attempting...

In one of those seemingly inexplicable turnarounds that make the Middle East so confusing to naïve Westerners, it appears that, at least for the moment,...
Gaza war

It’s not likely that many of Israel’s critics will pay much attention to the report issued on Sunday by the country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs about...