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terror

If there was a point to the Democratic National Convention’s second day, it was hard to identify. There were plenty of personal anecdotes about Hillary Clinton,...
terrorism

As many have already noted, the spree of recent Islamist terror attacks across Europe feel reminiscent of some of the Palestinian attacks that Israeli civilians...
Nice

At the moment we don’t know the identity or the motive of the person responsible for the Bastille Day terror attack in Nice, France. Speculation...
Palestinians

It’s a story that ought to have demonstrated why peace between Jews and Arabs is possible. In the aftermath of a drive-by shooting of Jewish...
Entebbe

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spent July 4th in Uganda commemorating the 40th anniversary of the famous Raid on Entebbe. It is an event that looms...
moral equivalence

Earlier this week, Britain’s embattled Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn sparked a controversy when addressing a report about anti-Semitism—by adding to the list of outrages. Corbyn...
information warfare

The world is full of challenges to American security and few of them can be met with a traditional "kinetic" military response. Sure, American bombs...
counter insurgency

In the Washington Post, the terrorism expert Daniel Byman made an interesting argument when he contended that war causes terrorism. “Terrorist groups don’t emerge out of...
mass shooters

“See something? Say something.” Easier said than done. There is a fundamental contradiction at the heart of daily American life. It’s one that undermines the role...
human rights

In the aftermath of the gruesome terrorist attack in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night that took the lives of four people, Israel’s government reacted with...
Palestinians

The day after a horrifying terror attack that took the lives of four Israelis sitting in a Tel Aviv café, the country was, as it...
human rights

In the aftermath of yesterday’s terrorist atrocity at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market that left four Jews dead, some Israelis, as well as some of their foreign...