Hamas has crossed an Israeli red line. Prepare for the worst.
There is no long-term military solution to the challenge posed by Gaza, but the Israeli government doesn't want to acknowledge this.
A report from the Syrian-Jordanian border.
Rockets are flying from Gaza into Israel at a fast clip, and Israelis, it is said, are divided on how to respond.
Some quick reactions to last night's results.
What they're watching in Amman
I want a president equipped to handle the sort of emergencies -- natural and man-made -- that seem to be coming at us at a faster and faster rate.
He's wrong about plenty -- but not about everything.
If you're an American, the election may be a big deal. If you live overseas, it probably won't change much at all.
It's not that Romney isn't devoted to Israel, or to preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, so much as the type of devotion he expresses.
More evidence of Netanyahu's determination to attack Iranian nuclear facilities.
Former Israeli negotiator Uri Savir thinks that the current Israeli foreign minister has no feeling for democracy.
I look forward to watching Chris Christie introduce Springsteen at a Stone Pony benefit concert in the near future.
Chris Christie is love-bombing President Obama -- the man he labeled clueless just last week -- and Maureen Dowd is asking why.
"The moment of truth" in the crisis over the Iranian nuclear program might have just been delayed by eight to ten months.
It's been in the interest of Obama to paint Romney as a warmonger, and in the interest of Romney to paint Obama as an appeaser. But their Iran policies are not so far apart.
An exchange with Yossi Klein Halevi of the Shalom Hartman Institute.
An advertisement against ritual animal sacrifice.
Thanks to today's Likud-Yisrael Beiteinu merger, it is not inconceivable that the country will see two very large parties battling it out for dominance of its politics.
Another arrest at Judaism's holiest site.