We've spent the past few days deleting a lot of horribly anti-Semitic comments written by Polish commenters.
The Pew Research Center’s latest poll about American attitudes toward Israel set off alarms, and not without reason. The survey showed the partisan gap with respect to Israel to be widening.
Vice President Pence embraced Israel and in return, will always be welcomed here.
We have today two national leaders who have human weaknesses and faults. But despite this, both Trump and Netanyahu have, to date, moved in the right direction and any suggestion of unseating them now in the light of their accomplishments would be utterly foolish.
While the case for President Trump colluding with Russia has come to be seen by most Americans as a witch hunt with very little legs, another issue of collusion seems to be creeping up-Kerry colluding with the Palestinians.
Uganda could never truly become a Jewish state. It was not the national Jewish homeland. Uganda was not the indigenous home of the Jews. There were no historical, religious, and culture ties binding the Jews to any place other than the one the Western World referred to as Palestine.
It is only appropriate that each and every one of us express our profound thanks to Donald Trump and Mike Pence. They have set our bilateral relations back on an exceptional course, drawing Israel and America closer than they have ever been.
Two momentous speeches in the Knesset plenum – by Canadian prime minister Harper four years ago and US vice president Pence this week – may have transformed the course of history. They offer moral and spiritual leadership for the world.
After a seemingly endless parade of financial, political, and sexual scandals, we finally arrived at the most ignominious one of all: this week’s government shutdown.
It sounds incongruous to say that Rav Shteinman who reached the advanced age of 104 was taken too soon but in fact it’s true; he was taken far too soon. That the rav was a great Torah scholar is a given. His true greatness, however, was in the humility, kindness, and understanding that animated his wisdom, guidance, and teaching.
Rav Shevach’s senseless murder will not change anything for Palestinian Arabs, who praised it, other than lead to more death; the terrorist who murdered him has already been found and, in the IDF’s lexicon, “neutralized.” The residents of the Balata refugee camp will continue to be “refugees” under the thumb of the PA with the help of the United Nations.
So much is spoken and written these days about Emunah but I beg to differ. What is needed is Bitachon – strength and resolve in the future and the courage to take on those challenges
Votes against Israel at the United Nations over the decades seem to indicate it is a pariah nation, but the country’s expanding bilateral ties tell a different story.
Let's say the OU were to expel a synagogue, or 4, what practical difference would it make?
Trump will be judged on 3 things: peace, prosperity and protection. If he delivers on these, despite the shouting from the mainstream media, and he should get his second term
Inspiring words from from Vice President Pence’s address to the Knesset earlier this week.
Recent years have seen a notable increase in kippa-wearers among IDF combat soldiers and commanders. This is not what drives the struggle against religionization. It is, rather, the fear of losing the military’s character as a national public space that is secular or at least neutral with regard to religion.
Trump turned the Mid-East upside down to the appall of experts and liberals just by adding the element of common sense: support allies, punish violators of trust. Something not tried in 25 years
President Trump’s reality-based foreign policy is publicly revealing the wrong-minded hollowness of the assumptions that have long guided American diplomacy
We are now at an important inflection point in world history. This is the 70th year since Israel’s founding and we have a President and Vice President in America that not only won the election last year in miraculous fashion, but seem to understand that they are meant to play a pivotal role in history.
The oldest hatred in the word is rejuvenated-and gaining strength in Europe
Some prominent Jewish proponents of the decades-long peace process between Israelis and Palestinians now admit Abbas’s controversial speech on Jan. 14 disqualifies him as a negotiating partner, while other dovish Jewish leaders are accusing the Trump administration of provoking the Palestinian leader.
Put simply, Vice President Mike Pence is a friend of Israel and all thanks should be extended to him during this visit to America’s closest ally.
Democrats stood against Marcus because he is not far enough to the left of students at one of the most left-leaning universities in a universe of left-leaning universities . He is just too damned hard on anti-Semitism.
Thanks to some solidly honest remarks by the evil terrorist despot Abbas, the entire spectrum of Israeli thought on issues vis-a-vis the Palestinians SHOULD shift dramatically rightward.