Walking the Gaza Border with Earl Cox

The people living in southern Israel deserve to be honored as heroes. They have built lovely homes and vibrant communities and are raising beautiful families under the harshest of conditions thanks to their hostile neighbors. Only a short distance away Palestinian...
The Chutzpah of Hamas

The Chutzpah of Hamas

By Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt, Congregation B’nai Tzedek— Like so many Yiddish words (and curses) the word “chutzpah” is very descriptive. The best definition is the old joke which appears in Leo Rosten’s classic lexicon, “The Joy of Yiddish.” He explains chutzpah...
Europe’s About-Face on Israel

Europe’s About-Face on Israel

By Melanie Phillips, Algemeiner— A strange, startling, and deeply unfamiliar sound was heard this week. A Trump tweet imploding perhaps? Kim Jong-Un finally destroying his nuclear arsenal? A distant rumble from the Hawaii volcano? No. It was the sound of the...
Walk the Gaza Border with Earl Cox

Walk the Gaza Border with Earl Cox

By Earl Cox, Israel Always— As of this writing, Israel is enjoying several days of relative calm thanks to a ceasefire brokered by Egypt. However, in the days leading up to this ceasefire, the Hamas terrorist government of Gaza, in partnership with a separate...
Gaza Riots: Really About the Embassy?

Gaza Riots: Really About the Embassy?

By Bassam Tawil, Gatestone Institute— Much of the world is convinced that the Palestinian protests that took place on May 14 and 15 were directly connected to the inauguration of the US embassy in Jerusalem. This misapprehension can be traced directly to the...