Communities in Yesha - A list and vital statistics of virtually all the yishuvim in Yesha, with many links to homepages.
Aliyah - Just one part of Jacob Richman's informative web pages.
See Israel with Yossi - A wonderful tour-guide who will take you anywhere in Yesha and imbue you with his love for the Land and its people.
Jewish Virtual Library - A marvelously detailed and complete compendium for anything Jewish or having to do with Israel.
Amana - A quasi-governmental agency involved in providing housing in Yesha.
How Much Land for Peace? - An illuminating article by Dr. Colin Leci.
Geography of Israel-Palestine - Another interesting article about the amount of land Israel has.
A comprehensive plan for Peace in the Middle East - by Benny Elon - In Hebrew and English.
HaAretz - If you want to know all about Israel's problems, this is the English on-line newspaper for you. Rarely will you see such whining and self-hatred.
Jerusalem Diaries - by Judy Lash Balint. Her book, and other writings by this award-winning author, give a wonderfully evocative picture of life in all of Israel, including Yesha.
CAMERA - The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America is devoted to promoting accurate and balanced media coverage of Israel and the Middle East. They clearly haven't been able to solve the problem, but the bias against Israel in the media would be even worse without their important work.
Middle East Media Research Institute - This influential organization supports Israel by translating Arab reports and then telling Westerners what the Arabs really are saying. The information is widely used by pro-Israel lobbyists and Israel's supporters in the US Congress.
A Message from the Children of Gush Katif - A one-minute video presentation with an important message.
A Portrait of Gush Katif - Pesach 2005 - This enlightening 2-part article appeared in the Jewish Advocate May 2005.
Militant Islamism - This fascinating 3-part article, based upon a book by Tony Blankly, first appeared in the Washington Times Sep 12, 2005.
Palestine vs. Israel as the Name of the Holy Land - An erudite and scholarly discussion of historical usage of the word Palestine.
The 'occupation' is the problem - A convincing argument about using the word 'occupation' in reference to the Israel - Arab conflict.
Just Peace for Isreal - An organization dedicated to just that..
The Ariel Center for Policy Research - The ACPR has taken upon itself to help crystallize a strategic design for the State of Israel. Their website contains a number of illuminating articles, of which Talia Einhorn's is one of the best.
The Fatah Constitution - This document states the goals of the "moderate" "Palestinian" (sic) party that Israel and the United States have given hundreds of millions of dollars and weaponry to. Are we crazy, or are we crazy? This link to the Palestinian Authority's despicable constitution no longer exists.
One on One: Back to the future - A brilliant interview by Ruthie Blum of Prof. Robert S. Wistrich discussing modern anti-semitism, which first appeared in the Jerusalem Post on March 2, 2007.
Jerusalem Summit - A proposal, from a previously unheard of organization, for a humanitarian resolution to the Israel-Arab conflict.
Hank Nussbacher's FAQ on the Israel-Arab Conflict - A very powerful and well-documented argument of the Jewish position.
Fitna, the movie - A 15-minute film documenting Islamic militancy, anti-semitism and terror, and challenging the Dutch and perhaps others to respond to the threat of Islamofascism.
Ending the West's proxy war against Israel - An article explaining how United Nations' unlimited funding of Gaza Arabs results in hordes of jobless Arab youth with nothing to look forward to except to die in battle.
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Championing Jewish Right to Israel - I don't know why it takes a non-Jewish American to say it so clearly.
On the rights of Jews to live in Yehuda and Shomron - This article explains why Jews, sometimes derogatorily referred to as settlers, have a legal right to live along the west bank of the Jordan River. It deals only with their legal right under international law and not their God-given right to do so.
A beautiful video explaining the significance of what has occurred in Yehuda and Shomron since 1967. Another wonderful video by Give Peace a Chance explaining the basis for Israel's legitimacy under modern law. Israel IQ at UCLA Comedian Mark Schiff, of StandWithUs, suggests in the introduction to this video that I would be schocked. He was right. This is probably the most shocking and frightening video I have ever seen. Excerpts from Professor Hillel Weiss's speech before the European Parliament Conference on May 15, 2012. His approach contrasts interestingly, from that of Pofessor Ruth Gavison, who assiduously attempts to avoid mention of Tanach in her defense of Israel. A 2017 article by Ariel Natan Pasko, who offers a third approach to defending the right of the Jews to Eretz Israel. I know nothing about this author, but found his approach refreshing and interesting, especially in light of the failure for nearly a decade of the seemingly cogent arguments of Professors Weiss and Gavison to make a dent in the world's anti-Semetic thinking. The Ballad of Oslo's Children - Often, in the struggle to go forward, we forget the past. This video, from CarolynGlick.com, reminds us. An inspiring video of comments by Rabbi Shalom Gold on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Lecture by Prof. Eugene Kontorovich of Northwestern University. This 1-hr lecture demonstrates how faulty the assertion that Israel's settlements are illegal really is. Although it is one hour long, it is anything but dry, and worth every minute. The San Remo Conference gave legitimacy to the Jewish right to settle all of Israel, including Judea and Samaria, and also what is today called Jordan. This is clearly explained in articles by Shmuel Katz and Howard Grief. Article by Amb. Alan Baker, written approximately 100 years after the Balfour Declaration, reviewing the historical evidence that Jews are the indiginous people of the area defined by the Palestine Mandate.