Category Archives: Editorials

The Hijacking of Apartheid

The Palestinians and her supporters have blindly but broadly attempted to brand Israel as a racist criminal state. In remembering Nelson Mandela, we most recall his determined leadership in bringing down apartheid – the separation of races – in South Africa. His passing after a

The Roadmap to Nowhere

Nov. 19, 2013 marked the 10-year anniversary of the unanimous adoption by the UN Security Council of the “Roadmap” for Mideast peace. A decade later, world leaders continue to misassign blame upon Israel for the Roadmap’s failure to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

Anti-Israel Bias Impedes Mideast Peace

Nov. 19, 2003, marked the 10-year anniversary of the unanimous adoption by the U.N. Security Council of the “Roadmap” for Mideast peace. A decade later, lasting peace remains elusive as world leaders continue to misassign blame on Israel. The Roadmap was adopted in the midst

10 Years and Counting: The “Roadmap” for Peace

Global anti-Israel bias is the big impediment for peace. November 19th, 2003 marked the 10 year anniversary of the unanimous adoption by the UN Security Council of the “Roadmap” for Mideast peace. A decade later, lasting peace remains elusive as world leaders continue to misassign

SYRIA: A STATE SPONSOR OF TERROR NOW KILLING ITS OWN PEOPLE

The Syrian Arab Republic has been listed on the US Department of State List of State Sponsors of Terror since 1979 and continues today as one of the world’s worst sponsors of terror, funding and providing safe haven for Hezbollah, HAMAS and other terrorist organizations.

Standing up for Victims of Terror

The use of litigation in the United States Federal Court system is an essential tool in standing up for victims of terror.  While governments negotiate, victims can use the federal court system to not only seek monetary damages but also to give victims and their families voice