The secret of its success has been the success of its secrecy.
They can’t win decisive victories, but they can wreak havoc.
Now Israel must take advantage of its gains.
And it’s winning.
Squashing the rebellion where it began.
Only a threat to al-Aqsa seems to rile passions.
Border towns have seen a half-century of violence, and expect more.
A controlled form of extortion.
Give a man a missile, and he’ll terrorize for a day. Give him a missile factory, and he’ll terrorize for a lifetime.
“If we can’t have the land, neither can you.”
The death of an Israeli border policeman should be a wake-up call.
What Peter Beinart gets wrong about the Middle East and the atom bomb.
The managing partner for Iran’s network of proxy armies.
An international force cowed by Hizballah can’t keep the terrorist group in line.