For the NY Times, as for so many on the “progressive” left, the problem with Trump wasn't Trump but the Republican Party itself.
How celebrating the holiday of freedom led to a capricious punishment and a legal case that may have significant ramifications.
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.
Is there anything we can learn from Laban? The very thought of it seems absurd! Yet, for many in our community, there are lessons – important lessons – that we can learn from him.
I've got news for the world: Israel doesn't 'ocupy' the Palestinians. With one of the world's largest per-capita security forces, the Palestinian Authority are the ones who "occupy" the Palestinians.
A loving memorial to two great pillars of the venerable The Jewish Press
I was recently approached by someone who asked me why childhood sexual abuse in our communities is such a hot topic right now. My response was that it’s about time.
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.
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