For fruits of Israeli victory to endure, any post-victory reality must preclude a self-governing Palestinian entity, which would always be subjected to external incitement to fight the Jewish “intruders”
Israel requires a massive strategic public diplomacy offensive to generate the freedom of action required for victory-oriented policy
The Humanitarian Paradigm, advocating funded emigration of Palestinian-Arabs appears the most plausible method for achieving the goals of the Israel Victory Caucus
The launch of Israel Victory Caucus is an initiative that has the potential to be a positive paradigmatic game-changer in the discourse on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Instead of pouring millions into inoperative desalination plants and rusting sewage treatment works, generous financial aid should be given to help Gazans relocate to safer, more secure lives elsewhere
With the Mid-East on the cusp of melt-down, imagine what Isaiah (5:20) would say of proponents of ‘regional integration’: “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness…”
Just as Hezbollah or ISIS/A-Qaeda affiliates may well have deployed on the Golan had Israel withdrawn; so too Hamas/other Jihadi groups may deploy on the highlands of Judea-Samaria if Israel withdraws
Instead of trying to resurrect the decrepit zombie of two-statism in pursuit of bipartisanship, AIPAC would do better to assist in promoting Zionist-compliant alternatives
It is difficult to know what is more disturbing-whether some ministers actually believe in the policy proposals they promote – or whether they don’t—but promote them anyway
The perception of Liberman as an abrasive hardliner is due more to his blunt statements regarding the loyalty of Israeli-Arabs rather than any territorial intransigence regarding the Palestinians
The real problem, largely unaddressed by this week Comptroller’s report, is that cowered by the tyranny of political-correctness, Israel’s leaders, have abandoned pursuit of military imperatives.
The “Humanitarian Paradigm”, advocating funded emigration for the resolution of the “Palestinian problem”, will be the most humane of all options if it succeeds,...
A rift is emerging among opponents of the 2-state idea between those who believe Israel can endure as the Jewish nation/state with a large permanent Arab population west of the Jordan and those who don’t
Any initiative to apply Jewish sovereignty to Judea-Samaria without a clear plan for dramatic reduction of its Arab population will imperil Jewish sovereignty over all territory west of the Jordan.
For anyone who believes that the US Constitution is not a Sharia-compliant document, the issue of large scale Muslim immigration to the US is a grave problem.
Will Israeli leadership remain captive to old molds of thought—thus proving a constraint rather than a catalyst, impeding rather than inducing, the opportunities the Trump administration may afford?
The basic elements of the Commanders for Israel’s Security (CIS) “new unilateralism” replicate precisely the conditions that prevailed in South Lebanon until the IDF’s ignominious retreat.
A "spy's-eye" view of Israel. It WILL open your eyes to just how devastating the "Two-State Solution" would be to Israel. Look and Learn.
As their vision of two-states descends into irrelevance, 'two-staters' wax increasingly desperate and delusional, and their policy proposals, increasingly unhinged and unethical.
By imprudently accepting the idea of Palestinian statehood, Netanyahu gravely limited the freedom of action needed for official diplomatic effort to rebuff adversarial diplomatic moves against Israel
The impending destruction of Amona reflect failure of political will and ideo-intellectual bankruptcy of the elected government rather than the inevitable culmination of a legal battle.
Once you utter the password, "two-state solution," you are welcomed into ‘polite society’ and invited to prestigious events to expound on your “progressive perspectives” no matter how preposterous
Oslo failed not because Israelis built homes and schools across pre-1967 lines, but because Palestinian-Arabs blew up Israeli cafes, buses and malls inside those lines.
Last week’s fires did little to illuminate much of the unknown still shrouding another conflagration that flared up, almost a year and a half ago in Duma, an Arab village.
Benjamin Netanyahu – A synopsis: The good the bad…and the remarkable