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Search Guest Column Upon the 40th anniversary of Prime Minister Ben Gurion's death, Israeli and American policy-makers should study the 1948 legacy of Israel's Founding Father: Defiance of disproportionate US pressure forged Israel into a national
Search Guest Column On October 24, 2013 (the Diplomatic Conference) and October 16, 2013 (the memorial ceremony for Prime Minister Rabin), President Peres, the architect of the September, 1993 Oslo Accord, claimed that the Israeli-Palestinian accord
Referring to the low-key approach of new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, he said smiles were nice but that he was not the sort of person whom it was easy to confuse. Perry continued by saying the issue at hand is if the Islamic Republic will become
The last wave of layoffs saw 20 of the company's 1,500 Israel-based employees dismissed in June 2012. Six months earlier, 30 were laid off as part of a worldwide trimming of staff.
Search Guest Column In 1948, US-Israel relations were a classic case of a one-way-street: the US gave and Israel received, economically and militarily. In 1952, the US Administration rejected a proposal by General Omar Bradley, the Chairman of the
The intermediate results of an IDF investigation showed serious shortcomings in the commander's functioning, including failure to strictly adhere to procedure. Against the backdrop of the mine having gone off due to a technical malfunction, the IDF
US President Barack Obama estimated that Iran is a "year or more away from being able to
The article was about four female donkeys who gave birth in a zoo in Hoshaya, a national-religious community in the Jezreel Valley. The article noted that with the absence of males, the female donkeys could be inseminated by the Holy Spirit.
Search International A military concept of arrogance swept Israel's leadership forty years ago. It required a heroic performance by the IDF to snatch victory from the jaws of oblivion during the 1973 Yom Kippur War...It has been trounced
The newspaper reports that between Netanyahu's speech to the United Nations General Assembly and his exit from UN headquarters, a senior UN security inspector named Matthew came up to him and told him that in his 31 years at the UN, he had not heard