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The Fall Of Israel’s Left

The Israeli Left is in dire straits. The past several months have been some of the worst it has ever experienced.

Obama And Churchill

At first glance, President Obama's meeting Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Fatah leader Abbas seems like a hopeful sign that perhaps the American president is softening his stand toward Israel.

Netanyahu’s Wrong Turn

Israel's leftist media is happy with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. And as Israelis have learned repeatedly in recent years, when the media are happy with a political leader, trouble is our doorstep.

Netanyahu’s Wrong Turn

Israel's leftist media is happy with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. And as Israelis have learned repeatedly in recent years, when the media are happy with a political leader, trouble is our doorstep.

Terror Training Grounds

For ten years Bernardine Dohrn was a terrorist fugitive on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List. Now she's a law professor at Northwestern University Law School where she teaches a course on law and the Palestinian conflict with Israel.

Israelis, U.S. Jews Differ Dramatically On Obama

Have American Jews abandoned Israel in favor of President Obama? This is a central question in the minds of Israelis today.

Obama’s Green Light To Iran

The Iranian regime has a good reason to be happy these days. Last week President Obama made clear that the U.S. will not stand in the way of Tehran's nuclear program. Moreover, he told the Iranians that the Americans will do everything they can to prevent Israel from attacking Iran's nuclear facilities in a bid to prevent its acquisition of the means to commit a new Holocaust.

Obama’s Green Light To Iran

The Iranian regime has a good reason to be happy these days. Last week President Obama made clear that the U.S. will not stand in the way of Tehran's nuclear program. Moreover, he told the Iranians that the Americans will do everything they can to prevent Israel from attacking Iran's nuclear facilities in a bid to prevent its acquisition of the means to commit a new Holocaust.

Extraordinary Jews

Over the past few years I have given lectures to Jewish communities all over the United States and Canada. More often than not - particularly in the U.S. - these lectures have taken place in small cities and towns. And more often than not, the people who invited me to their communities did not work for major Jewish organizations.

Holding The Line On Hamas

Once it is sworn into office, Israel's new government will immediately have to go on a diplomatic offensive.

Growing Evidence Of Obama’s Troubling Mideast Mindset

Since the Democratic Party's presidential primaries a year ago, there has been an ongoing debate about how Barack Obama perceives the U.S. alliance with Israel.

Growing Evidence Of Obama’s Troubling Mideast Mindset

Since the Democratic Party's presidential primaries a year ago, there has been an ongoing debate about how Barack Obama perceives the U.S. alliance with Israel.

Obama And The Israeli Election

President Barack Obama must think very highly of the Fatah terror group. In his first foray into foreign affairs after being sworn into office last week, Obama telephoned Fatah chief Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah and pledged his support for Palestinian statehood.

How Conservatives Lose Elections

It would seem that in recent years conservative candidates in both Israel and the U.S. have forgotten how to win an election.

American Jewish Indifference

Apparently Israel is no longer a voting issue for most American Jews.

Iran, Livni And The Price Of Political Stability

On Sunday, Israeli military intelligence commanders sounded the alarm bells on Iran.

With Biden On Board, Can Obama Be Trusted?

Many American Jewish observers welcomed Barack Obama's selection of Sen. Joseph Biden as his vice-presidential running mate.

Reading Ehud Barak

On July 14, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak castigated UN Security Council Resolution 1701, which set the terms of the cease-fire that ended the 2006 war between Israel and Iran's Lebanese army Hizbullah, saying, "UN resolution 1701 didn't work, isn't working and won't work." He added, "UN resolution 1701 is a failure."

Exercise In Futility

At Camp David in July 2000, PLO terror master Yasir Arafat was exposed as a fraud.

The Two-Pronged Assault On Religious Zionism

Israel's 2005 withdrawal from Gaza was presented to the world as a strategic bid to enhance prospects for peace between the Palestinians and Israel.

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