Unknown to most the world, there are thousands of Palestinians who are disgusted with their governments' anti-Israel rhetoric and glorification of terrorists who murder Israelis. It is not easy to speak out. But some do, including Sheikh Abdullah Tamimi from Hebron.
According to Israel's former Minister of Defense, Moshe Ya'alon, Iran poses a much greater risk to the Middle East - and the rest of the world - than does ISIS.
A retired Saudi general is actually here, in Jerusalem. What brought him? What is his purpose? What does it mean? For Israel? For the Middle East?
The Palestinian Authority’s objections to the latest report issued by the Quartet—the foursome comprising the UN, EU, United States and Russia that tries to mediate peace talks—should serve as a wake-up call for the international community about the petulance of Palestinian diplomacy and the strong undercurrent of rejectionism that grounds it.
On a recent trip to Israel, US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro met with the heads of several Israeli Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) who seek to promote equality in the workplace and economic empowerment to minorities.
These NGOs, many of which provide hi-tech training programs or teach English in minority communities, are all partners with the US embassy and receive a portion of their budgets via the Embassy.
One of these NGOs is Tsofen, meaning “code” in Hebrew. Tsofen’s goal is to bring the Israeli-Arab sector into the hi-tech world, especially in the north of the country, and to help Israeli-Arabs better integrate into Israeli society by building bridges between the two sectors through jobs in the hi-tech industry.