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Amongst Israelis, it's hard to imagine a military occupation of Southern Lebanon, although it may very well be necessary in order to counter the ongoing threat from Hezbollah and ensure the safety of Israel’s north. What did we actually learn...
For the surrounding moderate Sunni states, “Fortress Israel” is a term often invoked, describing Israel as a comparative Island of stability and economic prowess. In the wake of the Gaza war, if Israel plays its diplomatic cards right, it could...
Islamism and Wokeness, two radical belief systems that glorify the “oppressed” while allowing them free rein for brutality and evil, are colliding in a horrific attack on Western liberalism, all the while exploiting the institutions that exist solely because of...
For a sustainable victory after removing Hamas from the Gaza Strip, addressing the situation of Gaza's displaced population is essential. Dr. Yoav Sorek, with years of experience in the refugee dilemma, suggests that Israel advocate for extensive outward migration. ...
For Israel and Israelis, the jihadist invasion shattered as many illusions as lives; it wiped-out layers upon layers of conventional wisdom. The shattering is ultimately, albeit tragically, a good thing. The bad policies and false paradigms hopefully will be defiantly...
In both Israel and the wider West, a prevalent yet questionable contemporary view on ethical warfare merges unchecked aggression with alarming complacency. Join Elad Lisson as he delves into this intriguing and perilous moral phenomenon....

I  In our twenty fifth issue, we at Hashiloach published an article on the issue of the Bedouin in the Negev. This is undoubtedly one of the most serious problems facing Israel in recent years: a population, suffering from poverty...

The horrific massacre in the south, writes Uri Heitner, occurred because we became addicted to quiet and allowed ourselves to suffice with weak responses to active violence. To prevent a similar—and even more terrifying—scenario in the north, Israel must shift...

The language of the Middle East is an ancient one, different from the dialect of logic and compromise, as well as the treatises of war and human rights we sought to import. The tools for understanding this unique dialogue lie...

Misconceptions about Israel’s Bedouin community hinder progress in their relations with the broader population. The prevailing image of nomadic poverty doesn’t reflect the modern reality. Land ownership disputes are at the heart of the issue, challenging the government’s attempts to...