Yossi Klein Halevi

Israel Correspondent, New Republic

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Israel Correspondent for The New Republic and Senior Fellow at the Shalem Center, a  think-tank in Jerusalem

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On June 5, 1967, with Egyptian troops massed in the
Sinai, Israel
launched what's been called a war of self-defense. The conflict began when
Israeli forces launched air strikes that…

Forty Years after the Six-Day War

On June 5, 1967, with Egyptian troops massed in the Sinai, Israel launched what's been called a war of self-defense. The conflict began when Israeli forces launched air strikes that…

from To the Point

The world's biggest story today is, of course, the cease-fire in Lebanon and what it will mean for the parties involved.

Two Views of the Cease-fire in Lebanon

The world's biggest story today is, of course, the cease-fire in Lebanon and what it will mean for the parties involved.

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In the first few hours of the cease-fire, there were no Hezbollah rockets fired on northern Israel, and Israeli artillery fell silent for the first time in many days.  There were…

How Long Can the Cease-fire in Lebanon Last?

In the first few hours of the cease-fire, there were no Hezbollah rockets fired on northern Israel, and Israeli artillery fell silent for the first time in many days.  There were…

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