Children Taught to Kill and Hate
Mrs. Molly Resnick, a veteran newswoman, former NBC TV producer, and survivor of two Palestinian terror attacks on Israel, speaks about the violent educational curriculum used in the Arab world to indoctrinate children into a culture of hatred and anti-Semitism.Watch
In Defense of Israel
As international outrage is reaching its peak over the war in Gaza, questions of justice and morality start to become ambiguous. Has Israel been grossly abusing human rights and are Israel’s responses to Hamas at all proportionate?
Former attorney general Michael Mukasey makes a case for Israel in this interview at the National Jewish Retreat. In this short excerpt, the federal judge redefines international law and explains his understanding of the world-wide demand for Israel to have a higher moral standard.Watch
Can War Be Ethical?
When the bullets start flying and the tanks are rolling, do the standards of peacetime apply? It takes great moral authority to tell soldiers what they can and can’t do as they fight for their lives. That’s why the Torah lays down uncompromising rules of engagement that regulate the harsh realities of armed conflict. Take a sober and thorough look at the Jewish laws and ethics of warfare.Watch
Israel’s Great Mistake
We can’t allow the expulsion from Gush Katif to become a footnote in the history books.
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson, speaking at the dinner for the Gush Katif Museum, shares his experiences visiting the museum with groups of university students and the profound effect the museum had on them. He cries out that we will not be silent as 6 million Jews in the Holy Land live in danger because of the deeply mistaken policy of tolerating terror and making concessions to an entity that wants them dead.Watch
Is it a Mitzvah to Serve in the IDF?
The Morality of the IDF
To Preempt or Not to Preempt?
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It Happened Yom Kippur
International Law of War and Self Defense
The first international agreement aimed at “civilizing” warfare was signed in 1862. The world has since experienced, among countless other conflicts, two devastating world…Read More
Brief Overview of the Six Day War
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The Soviet Union and the Six-Day War: Revelations from the Polish Archives
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Self-Defense, as Addressed by International Laws of War
The first international agreement aimed at “civilizing” warfare, the Treaty for the Regularization of the War, was signed in 1820. The world has since…Read More