Both governments underestimate ISIS to their peril.
Hamas rockets are far from the most sophisticated, or deadly, of weapons. But the psychological impact they have should not be dismissed or disregarded.
by Anna Lekas Miller On Monday night, Egypt brokered a tentative truce between Israeli and Palestinian factions—who, after five days of cross-border clashes that killed 6 Palestinians and injured 50, came to an agreement that they would not resume fighting unless the other side attacked again. If there was no more Hamas rocket fire, there …
It is impossible to predict whether or not this unity government will successfully lay the foundation of Palestinian statehood. However, it is undeniable that the alliance between Hamas and Fatah reflects a significant political change.
The majority agrees with the rest of the world that the raid was a phenomenally stupid endeavor.
Hizbollah has Scuds now, it seems, and so the balance is threatened.