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Rachel Avraham is the President of the Dona Gracia Mendes Nasi Center for Human Rights in Middle East (under formation) and is a political analyst at the Safadi Center for International Diplomacy, Research, Public Relations and Human Rights, which is run by Mendi Safadi, Israeli Communication Minister Ayoob Kara's former chief of staff. In addition, she is a counter-terror analyst at the Islamic Theology on Counter-Terrorism, a think tank run by British Pakistani dissident Noor Dahri. For over 6 years, she is a Middle East based journalist, covering radical Islam, terrorism, human rights abuses in the Muslim world, minority rights abuses in the Muslim world, women's rights issues in the Muslim world, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Jewish Diaspora, anti-Semitism, international affairs and other issues of importance. Avraham is the author of “Women and Jihad: Debating Palestinian Female Suicide Bombings in the American, Israeli and Arab Media," a ground breaking book that was endorsed by former Israel Consul General Dr. Yitzchak Ben Gad and Israeli Communications Minister Ayoob Kara.
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Will Saudi Arabia Replace the Jordanian Waqf on The Temple Mount?

“I believe that in the coming decades, things can change especially because the young people do not believe in the tyrannical slogans in the...
area c

Israel’s Justice Minister: “Israel should annex Area C”

“During the era of Trump, we have an opportunity to act in order to apply sovereignty in places like Maale Adumim and Gush Etzion,”...

Middle East scholar: “It’s possible to overthrow Jordan’s king”

Israel’s Justice Minister calls upon the Jewish state to build more in Judea and Samaria.  Speaking at a conference sponsored by Im Tirtzu, a...
JAKARTA, INDONESIA: Muslim children in traditional Islamic outfits listen a band singing religious music and chantings from the holy Koran during a ceremony at a mosque in Jakarta, 10 October 2006, as a part to celebrate Muslim holy fasting month of Ramada. Practicing Muslims desist from eating, drinking, smoking and any sexual activities from dawn to dusk during their holy fating month of Ramadan. More than 90 percent of Indonesia's some 220 million people follow Islam, making it the worlds biggest Muslim nation. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Op-Ed: Why I Campaign for Human Rights in Muslim World

As the late Elie Wiesel said, “As long as one dissident is in prison, our freedom will not be true.”As a Jewish American,...
freud

Netflix Brings Jewish Psychiatrist Killer to Its Fall Lineup

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), the "father of psychoanalysis", will star in a new Netflix series that will be filmed in Vienna and Prague, in which...

How Did the Muslim World Respond to The Barkan Terror Attack?

Yesterday, two Israelis went to work and did not return home because they were murdered by a Palestinian terrorist.  How did the Muslim world...
BDS Cartoon by Arkadi Tzykun

Op-Ed: The Hypocrisy of The United Nations

The UN produced a list of 38 shameful countries who oppress human rights activists.  Israel is on the list for not renewing the visa...
Efrat Terror Attack

Analysis: International Media Coverage of Efrat Terror Attack

Yesterday, Israeli activist Ari Flud was murdered in the Efrat community by a Palestinian terrorist. According to a press release put out by the...
Children, Girl, Boy, Man, India, Nepal

Op-Ed: Islamic World Ignores Plight of Non-Muslim Minorities

Why does the Muslim world get enraged after the US cuts off funding to UNRWA and speaks of the PA joining into a confederation...
Arab-Israel Conflict

Analysis: How Realistic Is the Jordan Option for Resolving the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict?

Recently, it was reported by Abu Mazen that Trump’s deal of the century is, in fact, a confederation between the PA and Jordan, an...