Hamas may be alienating other Arabs, but it’s making new friends in the West

By Ambassador Dore Gold, who served as Israel's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in 1997-1999. Today he is an adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Hamas’s Attack Tunnels: Analysis and Initial Implications

Ismail Haniyeh, the Hamas prime minister, delivered a revealing speech on March 23, 2014, in which he stressed the strategic importance of the Hamas attack tunnels, which, he argued, have changed the balance of power with Israel, when taken together with his organization’s military build-up. In the meantime, the IDF’s...

The Underground War on Israel

During the first two weeks of the Gaza conflict, Hamas landed at least two significant punches. In firing missiles at Ben Gurion Airport, Hamas convinced the Federal Aviation Authority and European air carriers to temporarily suspend flights to Israel. 

The U.S. should push for the disarming of Hamas in Gaza-Israel cease-fire

THE DISTINGUISHING feature of the latest war between Israel and Hamas is “offensive tunnels,” as the Israeli army calls them. As of early Wednesday, 28 had been uncovered in Gaza, and nearly half extend into Israel, according to Israeli officials. 

U.S. to Give Iran Another $2.8 Billion, Concedes Enrichment

Just a matter of how much, White House says

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