The ONLY inquiry Palestinians are demanding is why the PA almost bought vaccines that they claim were of "inferior" quality. The PA, naturally, has to defend its "honor" by canceling the deal.
Critical race theory is only a theory to white people. To everyone else, it’s tribal hatred.
One thing is absolutely clear: putting an Arab party in the coalition brings the question of the relationship of the Jewish state to its Muslim Arab citizens front and center in a way that it heretofore hasn’t been.
The accusations against Israel can be divided into two categories. First, the Jews stole Palestinian land. ... The second category of accusations against Israel is that Israel mistreats Palestinians.
There are others on Biden’s foreign policy team that also hostile to Israel.
I would guess that you wouldn’t have thought that I would write such an article, but I did…
A small group, they don't have national aspirations and are happy to serve the country they happen to live in. In Israel they serve with distinction in the Israeli army
Don't let anyone tell you differently: money is a key enabler in the Palestinian Arab descent into the horrors exemplified by what Abbas. Ghannam and the now-deceased knifer Halabi did.
I've shocked many friends, real life friends and facebook acquaintances/followers with my enthusiastic support of this proposed unity government.
"Say it ain't so, Joe"
So yes. Is the Rikudgalim ostentatious, a show? Yes, it’s a display, for crying out loud. And displays are in your face. And in OURS.
If you look at the ideologies of the various parties that ran in the recent election, it is clear that the great majority of Israelis prefer a right-wing government. If it were not for the question of Netanyahu, we would have a solid right-wing coalition of 70 to 80 mandates. Instead, we are getting a “unity” government that includes Meretz and Ra’am.
Many of the media advocacy campaigns waged on Israel’s behalf during the latest Hamas rocket attacks didn’t recognize the pitfalls of playing victim.
The recent explosion of Jew-hatred and misoziony in America, which has encompassed street thugs, pro-Palestinian demonstrators, college students, and now corporate executives, is unprecedented.
Palestinian shame-based culture holds that it is more honorable for the residents to be homeless than to admit that Jews own the homes.
We remember the D-Day invasion more than three-quarters of a century ago and thank those heroes who saved the world from tyranny,
Jackie Mason made a joke recently that there are 3 things we can always count on: Death, Taxes and Anti-Semitism...
What about religious issues? Clearly some of their coalition partners are not too thrilled about religion playing any part in government decisions. They see Charedim as an impediment to that.
Do we, as Israelis, want to tie our survival to the USA? Or any other great power, like China for example? I don’t think so.
If there are symptoms of antisemitism, it's impossible that it's isolated; the community must also possess the hate to some extent.
Like Ariel Sharon, Naftali Bennett lied and cheated his voters, but technically, what he did didn't break the rules of Israeli democracy.
Americans who wondered how this could happen in Europe are now seeing it at home.
For the Jew-hater, everything bad, personal and political, can be explained with reference to the Jews. Facts and logical reasoning are irrelevant; indeed, the more unbelievable antisemitic beliefs may appear, the more this confirms their truth in the mind of the believer.
Following HRW expansion of the term’s application, things that are Apartheid now include lawn maintenance and jelly-filled donuts.
oThe NYT published another anti-Israel op-ed that justifies the recent pogroms against Jews by Israeli Arabs as a natural reaction to being second-class citizens,
47 Israelis were killed by Arab terrorists during Trump’s term, the lowest tally in any four year span going back decades. Enter President Joe Biden in 2021, and...
I know I will probably be processing this experience for a while to come, but one lesson that is already apparent to me is that Israelis are amazingly tough and resilient people.
Long ago, I became a believer in the "You can't fix stupid" movement. Intelligence is not something that you can control. It is an innate part of your being. Stupidity, however, can be cured by education. So, what it comes down to is accepting that some people don't want to be educated. Some refuse to see Israel as it really is.
The attackers find strength in numbers, they see that they have the Left on their side, they are riled up by thousands of lies about Israel by speaker after speaker and tweet after tweet