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Jenin op. exposed growing radicalization in the West against Israel

During the recent operation in Jenin, prominent media outlets and “human rights organizations” went from simply delegitimizing Israel to openly supporting terrorism and promoting blood libel. 

Politics | Debunking Lies

Palestinian cries of Israeli 'occupation' are an oxymoron

If Israel is “occupying” Arab territory, then Arab violence seems justified or at least understandable.

Politics | Opinion

The Jenin Operation Showed That Israel Preserves Life

Over the past week, the unfolding of the Jenin operation has sparked concerns about potential violence near Israel’s populated areas. Thankfully, the IDF achieved an exceptional level of success, accompanied by an unusually low casualty rate. Official rep

Politics | Media Bias

The malevolent reporting on Israel’s Jenin operation

Much of the West believes the antisemitic lie that the Jews are responsible for their own destruction.

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Unveiling the Truth: Documentary Reveals Israel Not Responsible for Journalist's Killing

Lies and Tears by documentary filmmaker Pierre Rehov-Why Israel Was Not to Blame May 11 marks the one-year anniversary of the tragic killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in Jenin. Now, Lies and Tears by documentary filmmaker Pierre Rehov provides compe

Politics | Debunking Lies

NGOs Blame the Victims: A False “Massacre” in Jenin and “Legitimate Resistance” outside a Jerusalem Synagogue

NGO responses to the terrorist attack in Jerusalem and counter-terror operations in Jenin reflect an immoral agenda that stands in direct contradiction to the human rights mandate that they and their funder-enablers claim.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Jenin, Jerusalem and intentional false equivalence

American Islamists and media figures are whitewashing Palestinian terrorism and slandering Israel for defending itself.

Politics | Opinion

Terror in Jerusalem, Counter-Terror in Jenin, and False Moral Equivalency

While coming from different starting points, two journalistic misdeeds— drawing a false moral equivalency and applying a double standard — end up with the

Politics | Opinion

Why It Is More Likely the IDF Did Not Kill Shireen Abu Aqleh

How the available evidence casts serious doubts on the idea that the IDF fired the shots that killed Abu Aqleh