Q: Who was the First Person Killed on 911? A: An Israeli-American. Read His Story!

When it comes to lives lost on 911, we honor them all. We read and hear the stories of common folks like Todd Beamer who acted courageously, all the while knowing his life would very soon be snuffed out. Every life lost that day has a story. Today, in honor of them all, we'll consider …

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Israel Responds Weakly to Attacks from Gaza

I think Ronald Reagan got it right! Consider this... It's the middle of the night right now in Israel, and the IDF has been in action. The response, though, was a weak one in comparison to what has taken place under the previous Israeli government. Following recent rockets from Hamas operatives in Gaza and skirmishes …

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Israeli Athletes Winning Medals in Tokyo Olympics, and 1972 Israeli Athletes Honored

Israel sent a whopping 90 athletes in 15 sports to Tokyo for this year's Olympic games. For Americans, upon first glance, 90 Olympians seems minute compared to the 600+ US athletes in Tokyo. However, those 90 athletes double the previous high number who competed in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. Those athletes are also more …

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IDF Partners with US Marine Corp and England’s Royal Air Force for ‘Tri-Lightning’

Israel, Great Britain and the United States joined forces in Southern Israel last week to strengthen international military cooperation. The exercises, featuring fleets of F-35's from each country, worked to strengthen capabilities to deal with threats of all kinds, including fighter jet combat, surface-to-air threats, and combat inside enemy territory. Israeli F-35's even paid a …

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