Israli soldier Gilad Shilat was released Tuesday after more than five years in captivity, in exchange for the freedom of more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners. Shilat had been held by Palestinian group Hamas after being captured during a cross-border raid in 2006. The 25-year-old soldier met with Israel Prime Minister Ben Netanyahu and his family. […]
Israel comes out on top To quote David Suissa, a Huffington Post contributor, “Israel’s Never Looked So Good.” This week, the peoples of the Middle East erupted into social and political chaos. Starting about two weeks ago, nearly one million people in Egypt protested their government, hoping the president would quit. According to the Wall […]
Presidential memoirs are regarded as a premier source of insight into the inner workings of government, and former President George W. Bush’s new book, Decision Points, effectively provides that insight. The book describes relationships between members of the administration, gives the President’s take on a number of important issues and illuminates the way our former […]
Students supporting Israel say the movement to stop business in Israel has no place on campus.
Some said they were upset by the wall’s message, but others said it was good to raise awareness.
Obama’s term in office has been ineffective thus far, due in part to the Bush administration.
The project suggests the distribution of sites between Israel and Palestine in the event of a peace agreement.
Advocates have been focusing solely on Israel’s violations, while ignoring the surrounding area.