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MeToo…But Not You

I am deeply sick at heart when I think of the dozens if not hundreds of Israeli women who were sexually assaulted on October 7 and beyond, for those in captivity. Women whose lives had once been occupied with the kinds of things that occupy most women: homes, families, children, careers, religion, politics, what to

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Hamas, Hezbollah and the Houthis

The infamous terrorist group Hamas thrust itself into the world spotlight on October 7, 2023, when thousands of terrorists tore into Israel and executed a massacre that will live in infamy as the bloodiest single day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust. The world has heard—though maybe not believed—countless accounts of the horrors that

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UNRWA: Perpetuating the Palestinian Suffering

  Imagine for a moment that you are a member of a people group displaced by war or natural disaster. As such, have I got good news for you. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees or UNHCR is at your service, working to fulfill its mandate to care for those caught in such unfortunate

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Israel’s Firm Foundations

As a reader of the Dispatch from Jerusalem—and one who has taken your stand with Israel—you are well aware of the firm biblical foundation upon which we as believers stand. Not only do we stand, but we let our voices be heard as Israel’s advocates, confident of God’s plan for His ancient and regathered people.

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Heroic Combat Dogs of the IDF

Scholars may differ on when and where dogs were first domesticated, but there is no argument that, of all the animals in the world, dogs occupy a special place in our lives. They keep us company, protect us and often work alongside us, earning the title of “man’s best friend.” I find it interesting that

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In This Together

Most Israelis spend two or three years of their youth as a soldier guarding the Promised Land and its people. It is a non-negotiable, a rite of passage that falls between high school and adulthood. While many around the world would frown on such a sacrifice of time and self, history has taught the Jewish

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Jewish Ethics and Dispute

How do ethics (or morality) and dispute go together? Good question. Rising Israeli hip-hop artist Roy Kornblum seems to think they do. In a compelling video entitled “0.2%,” he captures the questions that plague many Israelis in a post-October 7 nation. Since that terrible Saturday, now referred to as Black Shabbat, Israelis have been trying

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What Does Hamas Want?

  It happened during the height of the battle against ISIS. British author and political commentator Douglas Murray was making small talk at a cocktail party when a fellow guest asked, “What do you think ISIS wants?” The question left him baffled, Murray admits. Hadn’t the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria been upfront about

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From the River to the…Where?

  Professor Ron Hassner, Israel studies chair at the University of California, rattled a few academic cages in a recent widely quoted article where he stated, “There’s no shame in being ignorant unless one is screaming for the extermination of millions.” The comment was both a harsh indictment of an ineffective educational system that has

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Hamas: ‘Our Side of the Story’

  Operation Al-Aqsa Flood. That is Hamas’s name for the October 7 massacre, the bloodiest day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust. On what is now being called Black Shabbat, thousands of Hamas terrorists stormed into Israel, killing nearly 1,200 people and kidnapping some 240 more. Most of the victims were children, women, babies

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