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This is one of the biggest threats that was ever placed against
We are fighting ghosts now. We are fighting a terrorist organization who is sponsored by the most vicious people on Earth, a terrorist organization that has no red lines; no, nothing; theyre going to stop at nothing except if they are dead.
Now is the time for
It is a fundamental principle of international law that a nation may engage in legitimate self-defense. That principle is enshrined in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter and is also recognized as part of customary international law.
The fact that the Arab countries are not united in this current conflict presents an unprecedented opportunity to remove and neutralize the threat of Hezbollah and Hamas. Specifically,
While we all hope for ultimate peace in the region, it is not realistic to have
In the wake of Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas’ United Nations address in which he announced Palestine’s repudiation of the Oslo Accords , violence has broken out in the West Bank and Jerusalem. With Palestine’s abandonment of the Oslo Accords, the set of agreements between...
The recent nuclear deal with Iran could have a devastating impact on Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this crystal clear in a mere 45 seconds in his speech before the U.N. General Assembly. In what may be the most uncomfortably long pause for effect in a speech in U.N.
Israel – our greatest ally in the Middle East – is taking fire from all sides. At the ACLJ, we’re aggressively fighting back with a multipronged legal strategy to defend Israel’s right to defend its citizens against an onslaught of terror. Through our international affiliate with consultative...
The finalized nuclear deal with Iran is a bad deal made much worse by abandoning our fellow Americans wrongfully imprisoned in Iran. And now, a senior Democrat in the Senate and major ally of President Obama has announced he will vote against the deal. We have written before about why the Iran deal...