The key to identifying whether anti-Israel discourse has masked anti-Semitism is to see evidence of anti-Semitic mythology.
Iran’s will to win the Middle East wars stems from a strategic culture of “us against the world,” forged in the cauldron that followed the 1979 revolution.
By centering the defense of Palestinians, the Houthis have found a way to discredit their domestic opponents and strengthen their hold on power.
Iran’s proxy Axis of Resistance network seldom involves absolute control but gives it flexibility to conduct asymmetric warfare across the Middle East.
Debates over identity and belonging, while fraught these days, are inherent to the American Jewish experience, says writer Emily Tamkin.
Israel’s assassination campaign escalates its shadow war with Iran, with the growing potential for a second front in Lebanon opening.
Mazi Pilip’s IDF service, seen as an advantage in the NY-3 special election, may end up being neutralized by Tom Suozzi’s pro-Israel record.
While the attention of the world has focused on Israel’s assault on Gaza over the past two months, following Hamas’s…
Israeli intelligence overlooked specific Hamas invasion plans, biased by underestimation of capabilities and defensive confidence.
Houthi provocations along the strategic Bab al-Mandeb are low risk and high return. They boost local support for the Houthis and could make the U.S. and Israel more risk-averse.