“As though the drafters of the report believe that any civilian death in war must be illegal.”
A massive new inquiry wanders through bizarre linguistic and moral alleyways.
Dabla lawyers carry rifles, and “sit at the cutting edge of the law of armed conflict.”
What’s wrong with Breaking the Silence.
Current military codes are inadequate to Israel’s situations.
Good news from a U.S. investigation of IDF targeting practices.
A Saudi-led coalition killed dozens of civilians while targeting Houthi rebels in Yemen.
One of many false accusations.
While the most recent Gaza war officially ended after 50 days of fighting, its second phase, which will be fought in courts and UN committees,. . .
General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, recently praised Israel’s extraordinary efforts to prevent civilian casualties in Gaza and mentioned that the. . .
Israel’s president recently appeared at a ceremony in the village of Kafr Qasim, commemorating the anniversary of the killing of 49 Arab civilians by Israeli. . .
Spokesmen for the U.S. State Department did not hesitate to condemn Israel for its alleged lack of “restraint” or “proportionality” during the Gaza war. Now,. . .
As Israel has shown repeatedly, a democracy can fight terrorism effectively while adhering to ethical principles. The U.S. will face a similar challenge in its. . .
In Operation Protective Edge, the Israeli military acted with self-discipline and respect for human dignity—core values deeply rooted in the Jewish tradition.