On the coast of the Mediterranean in northern Israel, the city of Dor was once a Canaanite stronghold. Conquered by Israel's most famous general, Joshua, it became a city of Asher, one of the twelve tribes of Israel. Hundreds of years later, it fell under Roman rule. This year the waters of Dor yielded up a stone with a Greek inscription. Naming a Roman procurator, it has resolved an almost one hundred year old debate.
One week from today, the UN Security Council is set to discuss Israel's "settlements as the obstacle to peace and a two-state solution." Israel rejects the premise while bracing for a resolution that, once again, condemns the Jewish State for Jewish communities in its biblical heartland.
What happens when an Israeli "settler" engages Western millennial young adults in his home, confronting them with evidence of PA incitement to violence and glorification of murderers? See for yourself...
Abbas's call for municipal elections in October could destroy his government and bring Hamas to power in the so-called "West Bank." What reward could justify such a risk? He calls it the Jerusalem gambit.