Netanyahu has decided that the lives of Israeli are more important than looking good for Obama, U.N. and the NY Times.
Many Jews join the Israel-haters with their progressive ideology and politically correct obsessions.
For 20 years, Israel has willingly ignored Palestinian excesses and failed to carry through on threats.
Another nation – probably Iran, possibly Russia and/or Syria – is entering the fight in Iraq in a new and fully committed way.
ISIS has no intention of “marching on” Baghdad. The Sunni affiliates of ISIS are going to disrupt life there.
There is now NO possible explanation for not evacuating at least non-essential personnel from the U.S. embassy and consulates in Iraq.
ISIS is executing, slowly but surely, a pincer move on Baghdad.
Nave and Golan are advisors helping Meir Sheetrit run for president. As professionals who lead campaigns and shape public opinion, they cite the press as a major factor in this campaign.
The NY Times doesn't understand Hamas or the Hezbollah model they are following.
When a newspaper long perceived to align with a particular political slant is actually transparent about that slant, does it say anything new about the paper?
The ISIS guerrillas are a problem for Iran. It arose because of the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war.
Abbas – an ally of Saddam Hussein, North Korea, Iran, Cuba and Venezuela - provides Hamas with a vital tailwind.
Israeli biomedical firms look back on a successful year on Wall Street. Are we bearing witness to “the new tech”?
Ettinger discussed two misconceptions: the belief that the Iranian nuclear threat is directed toward Israel rather than the U.S., and the notion that Palestinian demographics ensure a Jewish minority in the near future unless Israel surrenders Judea and Samaria.
A 2007 Pew survey found a quarter of U.S. Muslim men under 30 believed suicide bombings justifiable.
Is there no price to pay by the Palestinian Arabs for intransigence and rejection? Or defeat in war?
It would be so catastrophic to not increase the debt ceiling that Senators must have the option of avoiding the people’s scrutiny.
Could the Obamas be any more “let ‘em eat cake”?
The Obama administration wants to take over the short-term financial services industry.
The interviewer responds, "There was also Balfour."