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About Daniel Brode

Senior Intelligence Analyst with Max-Security Solutions, a geopolitical risk-consulting firm in Israel. Articles have been published in The New York Times, Jerusalem Post, Al-Arabiya, and Hurriyet. Matriculated at the Virginia Military Institute; completed US Army Airborne School and an exchange program at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces Hamburg. Studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem before receiving a B.A. from Duquesne University in History and a Minor in German. Graduated with a M.A. in Security & Diplomacy from Tel Aviv University. Interned as a research analyst for the Institute for National Security Studies in the Military and Strategic Affairs Program and represented Tel Aviv University in the Wikistrat International Grand Strategy Competition. Completed mandatory military service in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
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2 Responses to Comment, and Subscribe!

  1. Jack Abel says:

    I suppose you may have heard about Bob Simon (CBS) reporting a story on 60 Minutes TV blaming Israel for the decline of Christian population in the West Bank.
    Much controversy about this distorted and one sided story in America.
    You might consider a report of your own.
    Keep up your great work.
    Jack Abel

    • Danny Brode says:

      Thanks Jack. Yes, I just saw the video and I have many comments. I think it’s irresponsible, yet predictable to single out Israel for Christians leaving in Judea and Samaria when their kin are leaving in droves in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, Sudan, Egypt, Jordan, etc etc etc….. as well. I think I will try to write something on the issue, but will try to focus on their relations with Muslims and being an outcome of two conflicts (Islam-Jewish and Islamists-everyone elese). In Judea and Samaria, they live with Muslims, not Jews and is important to note that they remain more educated and well-off than their Muslim counterparts….which offers many incentives to leave smaller Arab cities like Bethlehem.

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