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Eylon Levy credit: Haim Zach GPO Israel's prince of public diplomacy

There is much more to spokesperson Eylon Levy than his eyebrows, which he famously raised last month to swat aside a ridiculous question from Sky News.

Israel-Hamas war credit: Anadolu Reuters How should war-affected Israeli companies face the world?

In testing times, and with world opinion divided, Israeli companies operating internationally need to project strength, says marketing consultant Sharon Israel.

Trevor Asserson  credit: Dror Katz The British-Israeli lawyer holding the BBC to account

Trevor Asserson says the BBC's biased coverage of the war in the Gaza Strip breaches its own rules - and he intends to prove it.

Adv. Lt. Col. (res) Avi Kalo credit: Amit Photogenim "Hamas may find other ways to delay hostage exchanges"

Former head of the IDF Intelligence Corps. MIA Department Lt. Col. (res.) Avi Kalo tells "Globes" why Hamas is playing games with the hostage return agreement.

Meir Ben-Shabbat credit: Noam Moskowitz Knesset Spokesperson "The ceasefire will allow Hamas to reorganize"

Former National Security Advisor Meir Ben-Shabbat says the government has an enormous commitment to release every hostage possible, while understanding the risks of a pause in fighting.

Sam Lessin credit: YouTube screenshot Silicon Valley investor Sam Lessin: Ban TikTok

The outspoken former Facebook VP tells "Globes" that TikTok not only threatens Israel but also the US and slams Elon Musk for his antisemitism.

Prof. David Passig credit: Cadya Levy "Hamas erred in its assessment of Israeli society"

Prof. David Passig believes that Hamas misunderstood Israeli society but warns that the pre-October 7 social rift will come back to haunt us.

Prof. Avi Simhon  credit: Alex Kolomoisky, Yedioth Ahronoth "The Israeli people didn't elect the Budgets Division"

National Economic Council chair Avi Simhon says Israel's economy will withstand the war, and stresses that policy belongs with politicians, not officialdom.

Guns credit: Reuters Ilia Yefimovich Israel gambles on guns

Since the October 7 atrocities, Israel’s gun laws have been eased, but some believe the proliferation of firearms could backfire.

Paris protest against anti-Semitism November 2023  credit: Brett Kline Israeli real estate developers prepare for wave of immigration

With anti-Semitic incidents soaring in Western Europe and North America, the Jewish Agency reports interest rising in immigrating to Israel.

Amos Yadlin credit: Alan Chapelski Amos Yadlin: No Hamas and no Israeli occupation

The former IDF Head of military intelligence Maj. Gen. (res.) Amos Yadlin sees Gaza being demilitarized with Israel retaining full security freedom of action.

Gaza credit: Shutterstock Could the Palestinian Authority control Gaza?

Under Mahmoud Abbas, the PA looks incapable of succeeding Hamas but after an interim regime, the PA under a new leader is the way forward preferred by the US.

Israeli bombardment of Lebanon credit: Reuters Evelyn Hockstein "It's already a mini-war"

Security expert Orna Mizrahi insists Israel must be more proactive in the north, even though Hezbollah does not want a full-scale war.

Securiy cabinet meeting on October 7, 2023  credit: Haim Zach, Israel Government Press Office The other debacle: Israel's cyber front

From network hacking to disinformation, Israel is unprepared for combat in today's fourth dimension of warfare.

Hamas Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades  credit: Shutterstock The drug that stimulates, and finances, terrorists

Captagon was found in large amounts on Hamas terrorists killed in the October 7 attack. How did an attention deficit disorder treatment become the engine of Arab terrorism?

Major General (res.) Itzhak Brik credit: Aviv Hofi Former general warns IDF may make Gaza blunder

Major General (res.) Itzhak Brik, who for many years criticized the Gaza border concept, believes the IDF has adopted the right strategy in Gaza, but cautions on the next step.

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