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Follow the Mole: The Kafr Kasim Massacre 60 Years Later

Secrecy still shrouds events from six decades ago. What does the Israeli Government hide, and why?

This article was originally published in the Jerusalem Post… 1,198 more words

Political Owl

Whose land is it anyway? A survey of immigration into pre-state Israel

By Richard Mather

There is an old and rare book called Palestina ex monumentis veteribus illustrata, written by Hadriani Relandi (a mapmaker and scholar from Utrecht) and published in 1714. 1,908 more words


What should the US do about the Temple Mount?

The Temple Mount, as it is known by Israelis, or the Noble Sanctuary, the site’s Muslim name, is an extremely holy place in both Judaism and Islam. 593 more words

Middle East

Possible talks between Israel and Palestine, but will it amount to anything?

Both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas have tentatively agreed to meet in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin. However, as expected, both sides are suspicious going into the meeting. 265 more words

Middle East

The US Should Back Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Memorandum to: The Secretary of State

Date: November 15, 2015

Subject: The US Should Back Israel in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Summary: Peace between Israel and Palestine is in the best interest of both countries as well as the United States. 2,284 more words

Middle East

Could You Stop a Terror Attack?

Could individual Facebook statuses indicate a person’s plan to carry out a terror attack?

“Lone wolf” attacks have become more common during this wave of terrorism. 385 more words

Liberman slams Netanyahu for 'field trial' of IDF soldier who killed wounded terrorist

The Defense Ministry denied Yisrael Beytenu chief Avigdor Liberman’s request to visit the imprisoned IDF soldier who was caught on camera on Thursday shooting dead an apparently neutralized Palestinian terrorist.  450 more words