For the NY Times, Gazan and Palestinian fears are real while Israeli fears are overblown, delusional scenarios, which the army then uses as a propaganda to conceal their over-reactions
The message of E Pluribus Unum has long resonated in American hearts and minds. But the Left doesn’t like it. According to them, it’s racist.
Hamas are not burrowing tunnels because Gaza has no port. They are burrowing them despite the fact it does not have one.
In a region which has perfected finger-pointing, the Palestinian Arabs have once again shown their mastery of hypocrisy.
There is a peculiar camp of Jewish activists today who naively believe they can have a Greater-Israel the land and appease the Arabs. They are both foolish and dangerous.
Anti-Semitism in our day has been creeping up worldwide much as it did in Nazi Germany – slowly and seemingly linked to other phenomena.
When Israel was born the religious thought that the Mashiach was just around the corner. The secular thought that the state would make us normal.
The haunting sirens of this season do indeed resonate with me, and I have no cynicism for the custom, only for the failure of leadership to learn the lessons.
Many Liberal Jews believe the main lesson of the Six Million is that we Jews should never do to others what was done to us. and we have an inner-Nazi trying to break free to do just that.
The elimination of the Hevron terrorist rectified the horrible moral distortion of the 6 immoral minutes he remained alive after being 'neutralized'
The more the radical Left loses its grip on public opinion, the more it attempts to thwart the will of the Israeli public.
The theme song for this year's presidential elections, undoubtedly, should be Stephen Sondheim’s famous song “Send in the Clowns.”
Whenever Hews have the opportunity to return and dwell in the Land of Israel, and do not, catastrophe follows.
Sanders does not believe that Israel is just defending itself from terrorism, he believes that Israel is deliberately trying to kill Palestinians.