Israel finds India, the world's largest democracy with a billion citizens, a partner that displays no cultural hint of anti-Semitism and fights against the same enemies both past and present.
Can Trump actually alter longstanding US policy by recognizing at least the partial sovereignty of Israel over Jerusalem, a change the foreign policy establishment has told us would be cataclysmic?
They coyly credit the allegations by calling for an investigation without saying when such a probe should take place.
My great-great-grandparents were very upset that the Rebbe told them to go to treifa America.
What’s commonly ignored is that Israel’s policies and practices respecting land occupied by Palestinians in Judea and Samaria are far more benign than those pursued by earlier generations of Americans in the interest of Manifest Destiny, although the goal is similar.
Resolution 242 does not in itself strengthen the already strong legitimacy in international law for Israel’s claim to the territories. But it is relevant in several respects.
Free speech doesn't mean the taxpayer-funded government never has an opinion on what it will/won’t subsidize. If that were the case, society would never have an option to refuse to pay for anything
Anti-Israel lies, incitement, and hate speech are often tolerated under the banners of academic freedom and free speech.
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.
The alt-left’s eagerness to embrace the alt-right’s fantasy of Israel shows how alike both fringes are: the alt-right wants a white state without Jews, the alt-left wants a world without a Jewish state.
"If a single yeshiva student is implicated in terrorist activities, the yeshiva must be closed" said Mr. Yoffie. Does he also propose closing mosques whose members commit terrorism? Somehow I doubt it
Do we really believe Hamas would not divert money from the funds the US provides to the Palestinian Authority if an alliance government is formed? That would be foolish naiveté and dangerous diplomacy
Obama's policy on Israel has focused on settlements, which he views as illegitimate and "linkage" the theory that if the Palestinian conflict were solved, all other Middle East conflicts would cease
Overturning government decisions on the basis of its own radically expansive interpretation of human rights is not the only tool through which the court has usurped political power
Trumpian truth-telling about Iran, Syria & the Palestinians can improve the strategic environment, gut Palestinian strategy of delegitimizing Israel, and improve the tone of American foreign policy
Israel is unprecedentedly integrated into the global economy, highlighting the successful battle against BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions), while rejecting pessimism and fatalism.
A senior journalist told me they refrain from using the term “terrorism” because it can mean “lots of things to lots of people.” I don’t understand how “terrorism” can mean that many different things
The Obama administration's discrimination against political viewpoints the Democrats disapprove of is a clear, even astonishing, violation of the First Amendment
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