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Defending Ourselves to Death

Caroline Glick, Why, despite their good intentions, Israeli leaders are failing the country. A week ago, Makor Rishon led its weekend paper with a startling headline: “Following a long period of desecration, a cemetery in the Sharon is being moved.” Moshav Hagor is located in the center of the country. Successive IDF chiefs of General Staff, Lt. Gen.

Israel Gains the Upper Hand over Hamas in Gaza’s Subterranean War

Ari Lieberman, The Israeli army’s new technologies and methods for combatting the terror group. As Israel nears its 68th year of independence, Israelis can take pride in the fact that they have much to celebrate. Unemployment is low and standards of living are comparable to those of affluent Western nations. Israel’s citizens have transformed a

Migron and the Threat to Israeli Democracy

By Tuesday, 50 Israeli families will have been tossed out of their homes in their village of Migron, which is set for destruction. They will not be dispossessed because they unlawfully squatted on someone else’s property. The residents of Migron will be tossed from their homes – on the order of the Supreme Court –

Israel’s War Plan: the Complete Destruction of Iran’s Civilian Infrastructure

On Wednesday, Richard Silverstein, who specializes in reporting on the Israeli national security state, posted a leaked document revealing details on the Israeli plan to strike Iran. Carbon fiber munitions will send Iran back to the 19th century. “In the past few days, I received an Israeli briefing document outlining Israel’s war plans against Iran.