And the forgotten battle that cost Moshe Dayan his eye.
But to no avail.
Israel can show its enemies, and third parties, that it has both the will and the ability to fight and to win.
Tom Derek Bowden, in memoriam.
The Ben-Gurion doctrine vs. the Dayan doctrine.
Gripping reading from recently declassified documents.
Partitioning the West Bank with Jordan.
Israel’s Gettysburg address.
Two flowers and an oleander.
As told by the Israeli official who brought them there.
“Israeli forbearance is rewarded with violence.”
The kibbutz Israel he’s nostalgic for was a font of ethnic chauvinism.
In his much-vaunted book My Promised Land, the Israeli journalist Ari Shavit devotes a chapter to a “massacre” of Arabs that he claims took place. . .
In the past weeks, Palestinian leaders from both Fatah and Hamas have been inciting their people to violence with claims that Israel is planning to. . .