Israel must credibly convey that support for unilateral Palestinian statehood will not be a cost-free decision for whoever acts to effect it – or fails to foil it.
The Met’s exhibit, “Jerusalem 1000-1400: Every People Under Heaven” focuses on “a city of fascinating complexity – home to many cultures, faiths, and languages” Despite UNESCO claims, including Jewish
When I heard the crowd cheering for Trump's then-small victory, I sensed the beginning of a backlash against the post-modern identity grinder that we have been witnessing for the last three decades
Days after the election, Clinton supporters took the streets and – despite the obvious facts – declared that the democratically elected Trump was not their president.
The new Trump administration — with its strong ties to Israel, and even to Judea and Samaria, and its repudiation of the Obama worldview — offers three big Trumportunities.
For America, and everything that made it America, the results of Tuesday’s election are a welcome and necessary respite - but are far from being a lasting redemption
The United States has a long history of terrible voter turnout. It is not that people are apathetic about the outcomes of elections; they just realize that their votes do not matter.
As Clinton and Obama trash “deplorable” Trump supporters, they should consider their own tainted houses, in which some of the world's worst deplorables gave them direct financial/political support
Liberals paint all white men in a monolithic camp, even though they are actually the only demographic that doesn’t have a knee-jerk reaction to vote in a simplified and unified manner.
Sadly, the most consequential elections in modern history may well be decided because of the most inconsequential reasons
Israel is facing two Palestinian camps: Hamas does not want to make peace with Israel because it believes Israel ought not to exist, and Fatah can't make peace with Israel because it is too weak
Which candidate will be good for Israel, Trump or Clinton? Any president who meets an Israeli leadership that is good for Israel will also be good for Israel.
Why do the Jewish ties to Jerusalem, Hebron and Nablus (Shechem), all 3 duly purchased, draw the most vociferous objections? Because the enemy knows our holy sites are the key to the entire struggle
According to the NY Times, Jews simply left the MENA. Nowhere in the article does it mention Mizrachi Jews suffered persecution by the Muslim nations, only by elitist Ashkenazi Jews from Israel.
By presenting the divide between Trump & the post-Obama surrogate, Clinton, as an “America vs Europe” one, Condell understates the true nature of the dichotomy
We may differ in the cultures from whence we hail, but we Jews all descend from Avraham, and inspire our countries to adopt a more ethical way of doing things. An Avraham Avinu way of doing things
Remarkably hypocritical for liberal groups to fight foreign governments from publicizing emails that Dems actually wrote, while supporting their efforts to ACTIVELY operate inside Israel anonymously.
B’tselem is not a human rights organization but a politically partisan group for which “human rights” are a pretext for advancing its radical political agenda—Israeli withdrawal
It is well past time to boycott Al Jazeera and its social media site AJ+. Distorting history is just part of the problem. Incitement must have consequences.
As opposed to other politicians, Netanyahu understands the real debate is not over the 1967 borders; not even over the 1948 Partition Plan borders. The real debate is over the Balfour Declaration
Like everything else about Trump, his foibles seem outsized. They are not, merely tolerated by blind devotion; they augment the urgency of his message.
Despite the talk of the unprecedentedly close intelligence and military cooperation between Israel and the US, a case could be made that the Obama administration is—intentionally or otherwise—laying the foundations for Israel’s demise.
The demise of Shimon Peres unleashed a tidal wave of mendacity & hypocrisy underscoring the dominance the delusional dictates of political correctness have over political discourse in (and on) Israel
Shimon Peres symbolized something. He created a language and mentality that have determined the mindset and behavior of Israel and, in great measure, the entire Western world for the last 25 years.