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At the start of the Syrian conflict, the most logical and appropriate action would have been Israel, the strong, local superpower, intervening to prevent the calamity-Israel didn't adopt this strategy
Trump’s win threatens the template of “democracy” long promoted in mainstream media by exposing the abysmal failure of American journalism, specifically its inability or refusal to report objectively.
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 purported “peace process” is nothing more than war, simply being fought with different methods. The result is success for the enemy and our loss of land, legitimacy and internal demoralization.
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.
It is not an Arab housing crisis that is prompting this spree of illegal Palestinian construction. Rather, the goal is political: to show the world that Jerusalem is an Arab, and not a Jewish, city.
Leftist Jews in Israel are incensed by Jews building homes in liberated YESHA yet indifferent to Islamic provocation by blasting their call to prayer over loudspeakers assaulting Jews in the process
Fighting 'fire with fire,' Israel has begun to stand up for itself against proponents of BDS by denying entrance visas to those engaged in “anti-Israel activity and by threatening retaliatory boycotts
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
From Abbas's point of view, Hamas's terrorism will only increase the pressure on Israel to capitulate. Here Abbas has an ally in Hamas: to multiply jihads to force Israel to its knees.
Is the Regulation Law an historical achievement? Or is it a farce? My head says it is a major achievement. My heart, however, is telling me just the opposite.
The NY Times coverage of world affairs follows a familiar pattern: Christians and Jews do suffer, but hardly as much as Muslims and people of color, and their reporting reflects this view.
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.
If Israel didn’t receive American aid, would it buy U.S. F-35 jets? Should it? This deal has given us an air force on a leash.
Carter’s adoration of Hamas, underlines his insanity. He imagines and hopes for a world that doesn’t exist, and makes suggestions that are dangerous for civil society.
Each month, we are forced to endure orchestrated, deliberate stunts from the angry shrill feminists of the “Women of the Wall” who seek to alter traditional religious customs of prayer at the Kotel
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.
The storm brewing in Israel over its purchase of 3 German submarines is not about the subs at all. It is about the obsession to find a scandal – at any price – that will depose Netanyahu.
At the UN, the “Question of Palestine” ceased to be a territorial dispute, and became an ethical question for the United Nations: should the global body have created and voted for the Jewish State?