second intifada

No, it's not the Third Intifada - analysis

The spate of attacks in Israel that has claimed close to a dozen lives has stirred up memories of the Second Intifada.

Jerusalem terror shooting triggers intifada memories - analysis

Whenever there is a terrorist attack that results in deaths, it brings all the trauma of the second intifada back to the surface again.


21 years after 'dying,' Shimon Ohana celebrates son's bar mitzvah - opinion

Shimon had a tenth of one percent chance of recovery after being shot in the Second Intifada. Today, he is alive.

American victims of Second Intifada want Supreme Court to review case

A group of about 200 Americans with family members harmed in the early 2000s attacks in Israel are asking the Supreme Court to review a decision by a federal appeals court

former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell, retir

Colin Powell was a true friend of Israel - editorial

Colin Powell represented a unique breed of US supporters for Israel, who had an emotional understanding of what makes Israel unique and what the country means in historic terms for the Jewish people.

On This Day: Oslo II Accord signed by Rabin and Arafat

On September 28, 1995, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat signed the Oslo II Accord. 

From L to R: IDC’s President and Founder Prof. Uriel Reichman, businessman and philanthropist Joey L

Founder of Ethiopian-Israeli scholarship program honored with doctorate

Joey Low, a native New Yorker who made aliyah to Israel, was honored by the IDC for his contributions to the Ethiopian-Israeli community


George Shultz was the best boss I ever had

George Shultz, along with Ronald Reagan, helped pave the way for the end of the Soviet Union, they were architects of renewed American strength.

The day Israel’s wars changed forever

This war was different, because this was not our tanks against theirs on some desert plain; rather, it was their missiles against our population centers, their rockets against our kindergartens.

Mohammed Bakri

Screening of 'Jenin, Jenin' film prohibited in Israel, Lod court rules

The court also decided that Israeli-Arab film director and actor Mohammad Bakri will pay IDF Lt.-Col. Nissim Meganji NIS 175,000 as compensation for defamation.

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