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Posted on: January 28th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Pipes
Odd that CUFI is out there swinging and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee is silent.
Posted on: January 28th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Greenfield
Our military has to become less American and more European, less imperial and more multilateral.
Posted on: January 28th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Khaled Abu Toameh
It does not really matter who is in power in Israel: no Palestinian leader has a mandate to make any concessions to Israel, let alone sign a peace treaty.
Posted on: January 27th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Pipes
Middle East expert Daniel Pipes appeared on the 'Cross Talk' program to argue that the West should use its influence to oppose Islamism instead of supporting it.
Posted on: January 27th, 2013InDepth → Columns → America's Rabbi / Shmuley Boteach
While the meal featured heads of state, Nobel laureates and people of world renown, it had a homely feeling where no one in particular was made to feel more important than the next person.
Posted on: January 24th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Greenfield
It makes a difference that we have people in government who can show why and what happened in Benghazi, in Cairo and across the region.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Keeping Jerusalem
Amid an intense Israeli election campaign in which "keeping Jerusalem united" figured prominent as a key issue, the question continues to crop up: Is Jerusalem already being divided?
Posted on: January 23rd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
When terrorists represent populations that enthusiastically support their attacks, responsibility for ensuing counter-terrorist harm must lie with the criminals.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
Israel’s forced Evacuation/Compensation law for Jews was considered to be legitimate, but when I propose that the same principle be applied for Arabs, it is derided as unrealistic.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Dov Shurin
I’m writing this on the day before Israelis vote for our Knesset, but one thing I can presume is that unless a cow is seen jumping over our ten-day-old new moon, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be asked by Israel’s president, Shimon Peres, to form the next government.
Posted on: January 23rd, 2013InDepth → Columns → Daniel Greenfield
Conservative movements and parties cannibalize themselves.
Posted on: January 22nd, 2013InDepth → Columns → America's Rabbi / Shmuley Boteach
What is better, a popular Israel riddled with dead Jews or an unpopular Israel filled with living ones?
Posted on: January 20th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Khaled Abu Toameh
One can only hope that the same Facebook employee who "accidentally" removed the article will make the same mistake and close down accounts belonging to terrorist organizations and their leaders.
Posted on: January 17th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Fundamentally Freund/Michael Freund
Earlier this month, a man in uniform you probably never heard of signed a military order which conferred formal recognition upon Rehalim as the 32nd Jewish community in Samaria.
Posted on: January 17th, 2013InDepth → Columns → America's Rabbi / Shmuley Boteach
Perhaps our President should focus less on construction of apartments and homes and do something instead about the bombs and rockets that are killings tens of thousands of innocent Arabs.
Posted on: January 16th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Louis Rene Beres
Now that the dust has settled in Gaza following Israel’s Pillar of Defense operation, it is easy yet again to feel sorry for the Palestinians. After all, as anyone already knows who clings desperately to The New York Times, the still-lingering images are so evidently palpable and painful. And the Arab suffering – the grievous suffering. Wasn't it disturbingly "one-sided" and “disproportionate”?
Posted on: January 16th, 2013InDepth → Columns → Moshe Feiglin
When people thought that Avigdor Lieberman would someday be prime minister, I explained that Yisrael Beiteinu would disappear from the political map. The reason is that, like Kadima, the former foreign minister’s party is about a person, not a party.
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