An American journalist explains how a year working in the Holy Land caused him to rethink his views on Israel.
Stand for Israel Blog
Fifty years after the Six-Day War, Israel has released communications recordings of the crucial and winning airstrikes.
Researchers are set to excavate ancient Kiryat Ye'arim outside Jerusalem, one of the few unstudied biblical sites and the spot where King David kept the Ark of the Covenant for two decades.
The United Nations' and United States' recent actions have only encouraged the Palestinians to continue their campaign against Israel, while still denying the Jewish state's right to exist.
PM Netanyahu thanks Israel's security agency, which he calls "Israel's unseen shield," for protecting the Jewish state from terror.
Dr. Daniel Pipes suggests a new path to peace for Israel, one that not only focuses on the Jewish state's history and toughness, but would inspire greater American support.
After the recent wave of fires that threatened tens of thousands of its citizens, destroying homes and displacing families, the Israeli city of Haifa is coming back to life.
While it may seem that Israel's enemies have more to lose than they do to gain by starting a new war with the Jewish state, they also may now have enough missiles to overwhelm Israeli defenses.
More than a hundred Jacob's sheep, a breed mentioned in Genesis, began arriving in the Holy Land last week.
Israel wants peace, writes Commentary's Jonathan Tobin, but conceding territory would be an unwise gamble.