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Reflections on the Invasion of Iraq, a Decade Later

Western powers enjoy overwhelming battlefield superiority but face great difficulty when trying to shape other countries.

Obaminology

Obama's visit is costly and complicated, and will have objectives that the President thinks are important, like Israeli withdrawals.

Sarah Silverman to Play Woman of Questionable Morals in Western

"Sarah Silverman and religion have proven a potent cocktail in recent history."

A Little Village in the Hills and the Monsters it Spawns

One of the monsters produced by Nabi Selah is the Ahlam Tamimi, the terrorist who killed our daughter Malki and now, due to the Shalit deal, roams free in Jordan promoting violence against Israel.

No Disagreement Between Hamas and Fatah

Both Hamas and Fatah are playing the game of pretending to end violence.

Is Sabbath Observance Enough?

I would love to consider all people who observe Shabbos as observant. That was once the case.

Will it Be Good for the Jews?

Benjamin Netanyahu made his bed when he put pragmatic secular politics over Jewish values.

One Thing I Wouldn’t Blame on Obama

Tel Aviv's Mayor had said that it was impossible to postpone the half marathon because of Obama's visit.

Redeeming the Captives and Jonathan Pollard

If you respect American law, than you must accept that Jonathan Pollard was sentenced for committing a crime that, on average, results in a sentence of 3-5 years.

A Hasidic Role Model

I would love to see Mrs. Freier become the role model for all Hasidic women – and not just for those like the ones she attended school with.

The Places Obama Will Avoid

When does the 'Unbreakable Bond' become an abusive relationship?

Erdoğan’s Decade

Erdoğan can be seen as the anti-Atatürk, the leader who seeks to undo substantial parts of his predecessor's legacy, especially Atatürk's rejection of Shari'a, or Islamic law.

Aliya: What’s it All About?

A new blog about Aliya and living in the land of Israel.

The Jews who Celebrated Erev St. Patrick’s Day

"An advertising agency was trying to get some business for Moskowitz & Lupowitz, which was a Jewish restaurant."

Most Stupid Pope Headlines of the Week

New pope to bind simplicity with ‘complexity’

Searching for the Past at Tel Shiloh

Recently, archaeologists have been back to Tel Shiloh looking for ancient treasures which will show what life had been like in Biblical times when Jewish pilgrims came to Shiloh to pray.

The Logic of the ‘Winged Pig Conditional’

To a great extent, the whole idea of a two-state solution as presented by President Obama, Shimon Peres, etc. is a winged pig.

Palgrave Macmillan Participates in ‘Israel Apartheid Week’

Publishing house Palgrave Macmillan apologized for appearing to endorse "the Palestinian struggle."

How the British Media Covered Omar Misharawi’s Death

The damage done by the now iconic image of Misharawi clutching his slain child can not be ameliorated by even the clearest retractions.

The ‘Salafists’

Salafists are frequently refered to in relation to Islamist terror. It is a slippery descriptor that is sometimes used in contradictory ways.

Excluding Jews and Others From Juries

As ever, Muslims raise startling new issues and Islam drives the social and legal agenda in the West.

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