Added: 12th May 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 169 Comments:0
The U.S.-Israel alliance is one of mutual support, and Israel asks not that the U.S. defend Israel with fighter jets but rather that it support efforts to maintain defensible borders, particularly in the Jordan Valley, said Amb. Dore Gold on the Glenn Beck Show on Fox.
Added: 12th May 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 94 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - One of the major obstacles to peace in the Arab-Israeli conflict is the incitement to violence, anti-Israel and anti-Semitic indoctrination that is so pervasive in all levels of Palestinian society.
Officially-sanctioned and encouraged incitement against Israel and against Jews...
Added: 2nd May 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 177 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - What should be the strategy for addressing the Arab-Israeli conflict amid the Mideast political turmoil? Ephraim Halevy, former head of Israel's intelligence service, the Mossad, presents a briefing detailing concerns and expectations for potential resolutions or...
Added: 2nd May 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 62 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - A counterterrorism strategy must include reducing the motivation and the operational capability of terrorists. The Bush and Obama Administration have both failed in their own way to address both parts of the equation, he said. Additionally, boosting moderate Islamic groups and...
Added: 11th April 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 69 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - What are the legal considerations for dealing with terrorists and targeted killings?
Former Military Advocate General Judge Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Amnon Strashnov delivered a briefing at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Feb. 11, 2011, on the delicate balance between bringing...
Added: 10th April 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 128 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - In analyzing the Arab Revolution taking place in neighboring countries, terrorism expert Dr. Boaz Ganor said that the U.S. turned a cold shoulder to Egypt , a crucial ally, as President Hosni Mubarak's government was overthrown in a popular uprising, said terrorism expert Dr....
Added: 4th April 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 128 Comments:0
Will progress in solving the Israeli-Palesitnian conflict empower moderate , regimes in the Arab world? Israel's former ambassador to the UN, Dore Gold, emphasized that institutions such as fundamentals of accountable government and freedom of the press must be in place in order for the...
Added: 4th April 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 120 Comments:0
Israelis are concerned about Egypt preserving its peace with Israel in a new government, said Israel's former ambassador to the UN, Dore Gold, in an appearance on the Glenn Beck show. He also said that contrary to U.S. not intelligence reports, the Muslim Brotherhood leadership is not a...
Added: 8th February 2011 Posted By:jcenter Views: 131 Comments:0
The Muslim Brotherhood is a player in the future of the Egyptian government. With strong ties to groups such as Hamas and al-Qaeda, they are committed violence and to the use of force against U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iran, says Israel's former ambassador to the UN, Dore Gold, on the...
Added: 1st December 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 76 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - Israel's creation, far from being a foreign colonial transplant, can actually be seen as the vanguard of and impetus for the decolonization of the entire Middle East. For a more in depth analysis please see the original article by Dr. Mansdorf at: www.JCPA.org
Added: 29th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 81 Comments:0
Amb. Dore Gold discussed the diplomatic context of fight the growing threats against Israel, focusing in particular on the new publication "Israel's Critical Security Needs for a Viable Peace". www.defensibleborders.org/security
Added: 29th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 70 Comments:1
Amb. Dore Gold joins Dr. Husan Zomlot of the Fatah International Relations Committee and Khalid Abdula-Janahi of the Global Agenda Council, Middle East for a debate about the roles of the players in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at the BBC World Debate in Marrakech, Morocco, October 2010.
Added: 29th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 41 Comments:0
The Palestinian Authority committed in the 1995 interim agreement that neither they nor Israel would take a step to change the status of the West Bank before a permanent status agreement. Unilateralism is not allowed by the Oslo Peace Accords. If the Palestinian Authority is in breach of a core...
Added: 28th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 57 Comments:0
The exploitation of international legal rhetoric by NGOs has become a major weapon in the political war to delegitimize Israeli responses to terrorism. This strategy, adopted at the NGO Forum of the UN's 2001 Durban Conference, is used to support the BDS movement and "war crimes"...
Added: 8th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 40 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and PA President Mahmoud Abbas have a strong backing from their constituents and the U.S. and Western powers, making it a ripe time to move forward in the peace process. There is potential to move forward during PM Netanyahu's opening...
Added: 8th November 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 25 Comments:0
www.jcpa.org - The Labor party plays an active role in the Israel government, blocking laws such as the conversion bill, the oath of allegiance, the Nakba law, and the limitation of the power of the Supreme Court, says Minister of Welfare & Social Services at a briefing for the foreign press...
Added: 25th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 206 Comments:0
Dr. Dore Gold, president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs warns of the vulnerability of holy sites if part of Jerusalem is turned over to the Palestinian Authority. This clip is a part of The Case for Israel movie.
Added: 20th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 59 Comments:0
In a future agreement with the Palestinians, Israel must take into account four central factors: security in the Jordan valley; integrating Jordan in trilateral agreements; aerial space under the control of Israel.
The purpose of these measures is to prevent the P.A. from developing military...
Added: 20th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 29 Comments:0
The recent decline in Palestinian violence is not a result of Palestinian reform from within. It is a result of ongoing IDF operations in Judea and Samaria and in Gaza whose goals are to uproot the terror infrastructures present.
Israel must take every precaution in order to ensure that the...
Added: 20th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 46 Comments:0
In order to operate anti rocket and missile systems efficiently and effectively, Israel needs a tactical distance of several kilometers from the location of the enemy forces, Gen. Eiland said at the June 2, 2010 conference sponsored by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
Added: 20th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 38 Comments:0
Col. Richard Kemp, former head of British forces in Afghanistan, focuses on two issues: the implications for asymmetrical activity by extremist groups over withdrawal of the IDF from the West Bank, and questions surrounding a prospective NATO peacekeeping deployment into the area.
Added: 18th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 62 Comments:0
Maj.-Gen. (res.) Yaakov Amidror explains that if Israel relinquishes its right to self-defense and begins to rely on international forces to protect its independence, Israel loses part of its legitimacy as a sovereign state.
Added: 18th October 2010 Posted By:jcenter Views: 37 Comments:0
Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport is only 6 miles from the West Bank, putting it into range for indirect fire, explains Vice Admiral Brian Peterman, U.S. Coast Guard (ret.) Even shoulder-fired missiles can bring down an airplane, he explains.