Ehud Eilam

Ehud Eilam

Ehud Eilam is an analyst of Israel's national security and used to work for the IDF.

Israel and Hamas against PIJ


The IDF’s new task: Read books

A late night view of the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel during an extended round of Iran nuclear talks

Israel should focus more on Iran’s nuclear weapons than on Hezbollah’s missiles

Members of Hezbollah march with party's flags during a rally marking al-Quds Day, (Jerusalem Day) in

Can the IDF defeat Hezbollah?

Palestinian Hamas militants attend a military drill in preparation to any upcoming confrontation wit

Should Israel seize the Gaza Strip?

A U.S. Soldier surveils the area during a combined joint patrol in Manbij, Syria, November 1, 2018.

Avoiding an Israeli-Russian conflict in Syria, after US withdrawal

Missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran

Can and will Iran strike Israel?

Israeli soldiers stand atop tanks overlooking the border between Israel and Syria

Israel’s increasing involvement in Syria – risks and opportunities

An Iranian missle launches from a test site

What should the US role be in an Iran-Israel war?

A poster of Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah in southern Lebanon

The linkage between Hezbollah and North Korea

SYRIAN PRESIDENT Bashar Assad meeting with Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif in 2015.

The Iranian presence in Syria poses a limited threat to Israel


The Iranian presence in Syria – how serious a threat to Israel?

Israel The Home Front Command

How to protect Israel from rockets and missiles

Syrian refugees are reflected in a puddle as they wait for their turn to enter Macedonia

5 years into the war in Syria: the effect on Israel

Taba crossing

Could there be a clash between Israel and Egypt?

Stop Iran Now

The Israeli military option against Iran


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