HOOVER FELLOWS ON HAMAS’S TERRORIST ATTACK AGAINST ISRAEL
Antisemitism, Multiculturalism, and Barbarism
The enormity of Hamas’ 10/7 mass atrocities breaks the heart and scorches the mind. Or so a person of ordinary human decency would think.
Abraham D. Sofaer
Don’t let Hamas derail Saudi-Israeli normalization
The chaos set off by Hamas’s brutal attack on Israel poses difficult challenges for the future of the Middle East.
Israel’s Challenge in Responding to a Brutal Surprise Attack
Hamas staged a shockingly successful operation against the Jewish state, but history shows that wars are seldom won by such tactics.
Russell A. Berman
Israel’s War With Hamas Will Ripple Across the Region and the West
The Hamas attack of Oct. 7 has shattered the self-confidence of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
Israel’s Intelligence Disaster
How the Security Establishment Could Have Underestimated the Hamas Threat
Gaza and Global Jihad
Why the Hamas-Israel War Is Unlikely to Revive ISIS and al Qaeda.
Victor Davis Hanson
Does Iran Realize Its Own Growing Danger?
Iranians have little clue they are one stupid missile volley, or one reckless intervention away from a devastating Western response
Commentary on the News
Consequences Matter: Thomas Sowell On “Social Justice Fallacies”
Thomas Sowell, age 93, is the Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution. With his usual fierceness and feistiness intact, Dr. Sowell returns to Uncommon…
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