Swords of Iron

Perception of the Israel-Gaza Conflict in France

Exploring France’s Evolving Sympathy for Israel and its Jewish Population: An Analysis

New Subjects in the Field

Thank you, American Jewish community

One of the crises roiling Israel in recent years is the chasm that has gradually opened up between it and American Jewry – the world’s largest Diaspora community.

Palestinians can stop the war by overthrowing Hamas

If you wanted to build yourselves up rather than destroy us, you could have made Gaza the Mediterranean Riviera

A war for the Jews’ right to live

Israel’s perceived strength deters antisemitism and perceived weakness emboldens it

A plan for how to end the war in Gaza

BY Yaakov Katz and Khaled Abu Toameh

The IDF Reservists Fighting in Gaza Will Fight Netanyahu After the War

On Aug. 14, 2006, a United Nations-brokered ceasefire went into effect and ended the Second Lebanon War and 34 days of fighting between Israel and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist organization.

October 7 was awful, but this is not a second Holocaust

While six million Jews were led to the slaughter without the ability to defend themselves, Israel is still a regional power  in pain but very much alive and vibrant.

Why won’t the world provide the help Gazans need?

The international community is paying close attention to events in Gaza. UN resolutions, mass demonstrations, innumerable speeches and statements from politicians of all stripes. Yet one response is curiously absent. There have been almost no offers to take in refugees from Gaza.

Even After the War in Gaza, Israel Will Have to Hunt Down Hamas’ Leaders

In mid-September 1972, Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir convened a secret meeting of cabinet ministers and security officials. Days earlier, 11 Israeli athletes had been murdered on the sidelines of the Olympic games in Munich by Black September, a notorious Palestinian terrorist group.

Attitudes of US Jews in the Third Week of “Iron Swords”: The JPPI and WZO poll

A significant increase in the feeling among Jews that the war negatively impacts their