August 17, 2017 – Whose Land Is it? Palestinian Claims. A look at the Palestinian claims to the West Bank and Jerusalem, including ancestry, religion and the “right of return.”
September 27, 2017 – UN Watch | EPIC MOMENT – U.N. stunned, Palestinian delegates in shock, as UN Watch brings surprise guest speaker—Palestinian Mosab Hassan Yousef—to expose PLO lies. Watch heads turn!
November 28, 2019 – What is Palestine? Who are the Palestinians?
October 8, 2023 – A Documentary on the Israel Palestine Conflict From 1982. It was made by my film partner Amram Nowak. The documentary is extraordinary in part because of the unique stock footage he gathered to make the film, footage of Palestine and Israel taken by amateur filmmakers. In 1982 the Israeli Palestinian conflict was marked by significant events many of which were extensions of earlier events and underlying issues. It was marked most prominently by the Lebanon War which had wide-reaching consequences for both Israelis and Palestinians. The events of this year further complicated the already intricate web of regional politics and conflicts. The Lebanon War (also known as the First Lebanon War). Tensions between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) had been escalating, particularly from southern Lebanon, where the PLO had established bases from which they launched attacks into Israel.
In June 1982, in response to an assassination attempt against Israel’s ambassador to the UK (attributed to the PLO), Israel launched Operation Peace for Galilee. This was a full-scale invasion of Lebanon aimed at pushing PLO forces out of missile range of Israel’s northern cities. Israeli forces encircled West Beirut where the PLO leadership and its main forces were headquartered. After weeks of bombing and negotiations, an agreement was reached for the PLO to evacuate its fighters from Lebanon. The evacuation was overseen by a multinational force. After the assassination of Bashir Gemayel, the newly elected Christian Maronite president of Lebanon and a key Israeli ally, Lebanese Christian Phalangist militia entered the Palestinian refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila in Beirut and killed a significant number of civilians.
Israel’s indirect role in allowing the Phalangists into the camps led to widespread condemnation and an investigation within Israel, which found that Ariel Sharon, then Israel’s defense minister, bore “personal responsibility” for not anticipating the possibility of Phalangist violence. He was subsequently forced to resign his position, though he remained in the cabinet. Israeli settlement activity in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip continued during this period, despite international condemnation. This settlement expansion contributed to heightened tensions between Israelis and Palestinians. Beginnings of the Intifada. While the First Intifada (Palestinian uprising) against Israeli occupation began later in 1987, the seeds of resentment and discontent that would lead to this mass uprising were growing in the early 1980s.
The Israeli government of the time, led by Prime Minister Menachem Begin and his right-wing Likud party, held a hardline stance toward the Palestinians and had a vision of a “Greater Israel” that included continued control over the West Bank. The PLO, under Yasser Arafat’s leadership, was the predominant Palestinian political and militant entity. Despite being based out of Lebanon at the beginning of 1982, by the end of the year, after the evacuation from Beirut, the PLO’s leadership had dispersed to various Arab countries, with a significant portion relocating to Tunisia. The Role of Other Arab States: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict was not isolated from the broader Arab-Israeli conflict. Many Arab states, especially Syria and Jordan, had significant roles and interests in the Palestinian issue. Syria, in particular, had its own reasons for involvement in Lebanon and confrontation with Israel.
October 9, 2023 – This is how British double-dealing during WW1 ignited the conflict between Arabs and Jews in the Middle East. This is a story of intrigue among rival empires; of misguided strategies; and of how conflicting promises to Palestine and Israel created a legacy of bloodshed which determined the fate of the Middle East. Avi Shlaim, Professor of International Relations at Oxford University, calls it ‘one of the best historical documentaries on the Middle East I have ever seen.’
October 18, 2023 – WARNING: This video contains extremely graphic footage recovered from the Hamas invasion and massacre in southern Israel on October 7th, 2023.
0:05-3:08 – Footage from car dashcams and security cameras showing Hamas entering Israeli communities, shooting civilians in their cars and as they were running away, and looting their bodies and vehicles.
2:58 – We see a Hamas terrorist throw a grenade into a bomb shelter; an Israeli runs out and the terrorist shoots him as he is running away.
3:12-8:10 – Footage recovered from terrorists’ cameras as they invaded the southern towns of Be’eri, Kfar Aza, Sufim, and Re’em and broke into home after home.
6:35 – We see a terrorist shoot the wheels of a parked ambulance.
8:04 – We see terrorists standing still in the midst of a red alert siren (“tzeva adom”) due to their own rockets that they were firing into southern Israel at the same time as their invasion and massacre.
8:13-10:49 – Extremely graphic: the aftermath of the massacre in the Israeli southern towns. We see homes, including children’s bedrooms, covered in blood; endless rubble; people burned alive in their cars; and a dog shot and disfigured.
October 26, 2023 – Sky News Australia host Piers Morgan has spoken to an ex-Hamas insider who became a spy for Israel in the late 1990s. Mosab Hassan Yousef is the eldest son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef. “Since I was a child, I asked my father many questions about Hamas delusions, about their brutality, about their abuse of power, and he always justified their position,” Mosab Hassan Yousef said. “Then I was imprisoned with Hamas. I spent about 27 months in Israeli prisons where Hamas was torturing their own members … within Israel prisons. They killed and tortured hundreds of prisoners. “This is when I started asking myself the question: what if Hamas becomes the ruler at some point, what will they do to our people?”
Mr. Yousef said that when Hamas became the ruler of Gaza, their brutality didn’t surprise him. “This is my message: an ex-Hamas member, as a son of one of Hamas’ founders, enough of this. If we don’t stop them now, the next war is going to be deadlier and only God knows what will happen next if Hamas is not finished as soon as possible,” Mr. Yousef said. “They opened the gates of hell on the Palestinian people. “They are willing to actually sacrifice many Palestinian children, the entire Palestinian people and use them as fuel to … achieve their ideological agendas, their religious agendas.”
October 29, 2023 – IDF releases declassified footage of October 7 attacks by Hamas to counter claims of ‘fake news.’
November 12, 2023 – An Arab-Israeli Muslim volunteer with ZAKA, Israel’s leading rescue and recovery NGO, shares the horrors he witnessed following the atrocities of Hamas.
November 14, 2023 – The most wanted man in Israel – CBN Jerusalem’s continuing coverage of Israel’s war with Hamas.
November 14, 2023 – The U.S. is about to Make a HUGE Mistake in Gaza.
0:00 – Introduction
0:22 – U.S. strategy for Gaza after the war
1:57 – Failure to Understand Middle Eastern Logic
2:57 – Hamas and Palestinian Resistance
4:55 – Israel’s Strategic Mistakes 1967-2023
6:12 – Israel finally going to defeats Hamas?
7:37 – Post Gaza war outcomes and solutions
November 15, 2023 – On October 7th, Hamas terrorists senselessly murdered Fatma, a Bedouin-Israeli Muslim who was on her way to work. Her husband, Hamed, consumed with grief and caring for their nine young children alone, shares the family’s heartbreaking story. On October 7th, Hamas terrorists proved, once again, that they are a force of sheer evil who target innocent people in Israel regardless of who they are: Muslim, Jewish, Christian, or anyone else.
November 16, 2023 – Iran BETRAYS Hamas.
November 17, 2023 – We journey through time, exploring the fascinating origins of the Palestinian people. From the ancient Canaanites to the modern era, this video offers an unbiased examination of the historical and genetic lineage of one of the world’s most storied regions.
November 26, 2023 – Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to former U.S. Ambassador to Israel David M. Friedman about the current situation in Israel and the Middle East – his experiences during the recent conflict – his criticisms of the current U.S. administration for its perceived weakness and for lifting sanctions on Iran, which he believes has emboldened groups like Hamas – the challenges Israel faces in dealing with Hamas and the Palestinian Authority – the rise of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment in the West – the importance of Israel’s biblical heritage and the need to protect it – and much more.