“Hamas went too soft on Israel.”
Learning the lessons of October 7.
A retired IDF brigadier general offers a preliminary retrospective on what happened in the three weeks before Israel’s ground forces moved into Gaza.
A fatal miscalculation.
Funding both sides of the Israel-Hamas war.
The name of the biblical tribe of murderers, the arch-rivals of ancient Israel, has been much discussed in the wake of October 7. Is that appropriate?
War in space and Iran’s attempt at opening up a new front.
The Jewish state at the precipice once again.
“A ceasefire is merely a recommendation for Hamas, while the IDF sees itself obligated to uphold it.”
An urban-warfare expert weighs in.
Anything done to the Jews in Israel will be justified.
Why do we suddenly care so much about Israel or Jewish survival? Is it only the Jew as eternal victim that we cherish? Hardly—it is the Jewish way of living that matters.
Serious ethical questions.
The only thing worse than the current fighting is fighting that ends with Hamas still in power.