My speech at the Jordan Option Conference

According to The Jordan Times, the Political Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe unanimously approved a report praising Jordan’s King Abdullah for implementing internal reforms. However, to the contrary of the king’s public perception in the West as a moderate seeking to improve the living conditions in …

Why I agreed to speak at the Jordan Option Conference

A few months ago, Palestinian Jordanian dissident Mudar Zahran invited me to speak at the Jordan Option Conference in Jerusalem.  He asked me to take part in this conference at a time when King Abdullah of Jordan was increasingly inciting violence against Israel, thus greatly contributing towards tension in the …

Support Kurdistan’s Independence Now

On this crucial day, as the Kurdish people are voting for their Independence Referendum, I call upon the international community to support them in establishing an independent state.  The Kurdish people are uniquely different from the Iranian, Turkish and Arab peoples.  They have their own unique history, culture and way …

Women and Jihad: Incitement leads to terror

Today at the Netanya Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, I spoke about my book titled “Women and Jihad: Debating Palestinian Female Suicide Bombings in the American, Israeli and Arab Media.”  The book speaks about the motivations for Palestinian female terrorism from the Second Intifada to the present and …

The incitement behind women waging jihad

Last month, a female terrorist from East Jerusalem, who is a mother of 5 children, attempted to stab a Haredi man and stabbed an Israeli Arab whom she mistook for a Jew. The question remains, what would prompt a woman who is the mother of 5 small children to wage …

Jordan’s support for terrorism is despicable

Rachel Avraham explains how Jordan in recent years has been supporting Arab terrorism against the State of Israel. She argues that the time has come for Israel to stop propping up this pro-terror regime. On the Temple Mount, two Druze police officers were killed and a third was wounded in …