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Rafael Bardaji served as national security adviser to Spain's former President José María Aznar from 1996 to 2004, and is currently the executive director of Friends of Israel Initiative. Joseph Raskas is a combat veteran of the Israel Defense Forces and currently an analyst for Friends of Israel Initiative.

ARTICLES BY: Rafael Bardaji and Joseph Raskas


June 30, 2015 7:13 am
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Once War is Waged, it Must Be Won

Increasingly, human rights organizations are attempting to make military forces operating under the purview of the Laws of Armed Conflict subject to persistent human rights...

Culture

New York Jewish Professional Looks for Love on ABC Reality Show

Michael B. Chadwick has baked challah from scratch, rented an apartment to Grammy-winner Joss Stone, and been to every American...

Features

Iranians Furious at Regime as Economy Teeters on the Brink

JNS.org - Thousands of Iranian citizens have been protesting across the country, including in major cities such as Tehran, Karaj,...

Israeli Hospitals Drill the Transition from ‘Routine to War’

JNS.org - Under the expert guidance of IDF Home Front Command, Israeli hospitals across the country are shoring up their...

America’s Unending Hostage Crisis With Iran

A year before leaving office, Barack Obama stunned the world with a prisoner trade with Iran. After more than a...

World

Australian Students Condemned For Dressing Up as Jewish Caricatures With Mo...

Jewish students in Australia have condemned a series of images showing students at a North Adelaide college engaging in behavior...

Israel

Ex-Mossad Chief Skeptical of Russian Ability to Remove Iran From Syria

In an interview with a Saudi-owned media outlet published on Monday, ex-Mossad chief Tamir Pardo expressed doubt that Russia had the ability to remove Iran from Syria -- a longstanding...

Middle East

Palestinians Wary as UN May Not Open Schools in Time

The United Nations agency dealing with Palestinian refugees may not be able to open schools for half a million children because it has run out of money since the United...

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