Anshel Pfeffer

Why Brussels Attack Looks Like 'Toulouse' Terror

At first blush, the terror attack in Brussels strongly resembles the 2012 rampage in Toulouse, France, which was carried out by a local Muslim not an organized terror group.

How Israel's Dusty Zionist Bureaucracy Survives

How do dusty Zionist groups like the Jewish National Fund survive? They keep politicians happy — and have a direct link to the deep pockets of the Diaspora.

String of Terror Attacks in Southern Israel Kills Eight

Eight people were killed and many others wounded in a series of terrorist attacks on Israeli targets near the southern city of Eilat, close to the border with Egypt.

Gaza-Bound Flotilla Slated To Set Sail Tuesday

Israel will not allow any ships to breach its blockade of the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his inner cabinet yesterday, during a discussion of the Gaza-bound flotilla expected to set sail tomorrow.

Border Violence Cools, as Israel Refrains From Response to Rocket Attacks

The latest round of Israel-Gaza violence, which included a direct hit on an Israeli school bus, intense Palestinian rocket and mortar fire, and IDF strikes that left 19 Hamas militants and two civilians dead over the weekend, appears to have come to a close, defense officials said on Sunday.

Bibi to Biden: We Did Not Seek To Embarrass You Over Settlement Issue

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to alleviate new tensions with the United States on Tuesday, after an announcement that Israel will build 1,600 new homes in an ultra-Orthodox East Jerusalem neighborhood drew strong condemnation from the White House, and visiting U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.

Indian Commandos Move on Mumbai Chabad House Seized by Terrorists

Indian commandos were dropped by helicopter on the roof of the besieged Chabad headquarters in Mumbai as Indian snipers at the site opened fire early Friday morning.