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Refugee crisis

To listen to the debate in the United States following the massacre of civilians in Paris in a coordinated, multi-pronged terrorist assault is to be...

There are two ironies concerning refugee flows in the Arab world. The first is how selective some Western advocates are when they focus exclusively on...

The news that hundreds of Palestinians from Gaza drowned last week when the boats in which they were trying to reach Europe sank once again...

Momentum seems to be building for granting asylum to the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who have illegally crossed into the United States from...

The surge of illegal aliens--and in particular unaccompanied minors from Central America--across the border in Texas has started a debate in which more than immigration...

In “A Jewish State,”the Wall Street Journal notes that “the right of return, with its implicit promise to eliminate Israel, is the centerpiece of the...

Jonathan correctly pointed yesterday to Palestinian lionization of vicious killers as an indication of cultural attitudes that make peace impossible. But there’s another indicator that...

Between the national security cuts in the sequester and the new scrutiny to which foreign aid is being subjected in a time of budget belt-tightening,...

The UN General Assembly, as Elliott Abrams noted yesterday, just passed nine resolutions in a single day condemning Israel, mainly for its treatment of the...

You know Israel is doing something right when it manages to put both the Palestinian Authority and Hamas on the PR defensive. And it evidently...