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avatar Ehud Eilam
Ehud Eilam Ph.D. is an analyst of Israel's national security. He used to work for the Israeli military. His latest book is Israel’s Way of War - A Strategic and Operational Analysis, 1948–2014 (Jefferson NC: McFarland 2016).

ARTICLES BY: Ehud Eilam


December 20, 2016 7:09 am
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Israel Should Do Everything in Its Power to Stop Hezbollah

During the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Hezbollah fired 160 rockets every day at Israel. Today, Hezbollah has an estimated arsenal of 150,000 rockets, which it...

July 24, 2016 6:09 am
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The Nuclear Deal Hasn’t Prevented Iran From Building a Bomb

On July 14, 2015, the P5+1 and Iran signed an agreement (the JCPOA) regarding Iran’s nuclear program. Under this "agreement," Iran kept the capability to renew its...

Features

‘Whitewashed’: The Sordid Story of UK Labour Party Antisemitism Laid Bare

"Just sitting in the early morning light, looking out over my beautiful garden,...

Unpacking the Message of Iran’s Missile Strike Against Islamic State

JNS.org - While Iran routinely threatens Israel, experts say that the Islamic Republic was...

Israel’s Recent Response to Syrian Mortars Deemed ‘Old Policy’

JNS.org - Mortar shells fired from Syria into the Israeli Golan Heights on Saturday...

World

Algemeiner Editor-in-Chief: Anti-Israel Media Bias Rooted in Preconceived N...

Anti-Israel media bias is rooted in a culture in which “a certain narrative is imposed upon the journalistic community and...

Israel

Mariah Carey, Citing ‘Love Affair’ With Israel, Promotes New Dead Sea C...

JNS.org - Five-time Grammy Award winning pop diva Mariah Carey arrived in Israel this week to promote her new line of...

Middle East

Global Anti-Financial Crime Agency FATF Keeps Iran on Economic Blacklist

An intergovernmental organization created by G7 nations to combat financial crimes including money-laundering and terrorism financing is to keep Iran on its economic blacklist, in a major blow to the...

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