Alex Ingber served as an intern at the Jewish Policy Center in 2017, where he assisted in analyzing Middle Eastern security situations for JPC’s inCONTEXT blog, Frontline Defense, and Alliance Tracker. His expertise is in Israeli security, the Sinai, Gaza, the West Bank and the Golan Heights, and other related Middle Eastern affairs.
Mr. Ingber holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado State University in Political Science. While attending CSU, he held leadership positions in a number of fundamental pro-Israel organizations and was a foreign policy contributor focusing on Middle Eastern affairs. He also spent a year abroad in Israel, focusing on its security situation.
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of London on Sunday, marching for the annual al-Quds Day. The protest, held on the last Friday of Ramadan, featured not only pro-Palestinian signs but anti-Semitic messages as well. While the demonstration was conducted largely without violence, participants sported numerous Hezbollah flags, and signs, some of which said “Zionism=Racism” […]
India’s Navy chief, Admiral Sunil Lanba’s, began a five-day trip to Israel earlier this week, meeting with his Israeli counterparts, Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot and Israel Navy Commander Maj. Gen. Eli Sharvit. Lanba’s visit highlighted strengthening defense ties between the two nations and comes shortly before Indian Prime Minister […]
Kurdish and Arab fighters belonging to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have seized multiple districts inside Raqqa’s city limits over the weekend, as they continued their week-long advance on Islamic State’s self-declared capital. The violence has left at least a dozen IS fighters dead, but both sides are expecting heavy casualties as coalition forces prepare […]