Never, Ever was a Palestinian State
Of course Minister Bezalel Smotrich is correct. Of course there is no Arab “Palestinian” people and never was an Arab “Palestine.” It all is...
Jews and Land of Israel: Part III: The Centrality of the Land of Israel...
Wherever Jews lived, they did not publicly challenge the occupation of the land by the empires of the East and West. They did so in their homes, sanctuaries, books and prayers. Religious rituals were instituted to remember the destruction of the Temple and the subsequent exile.
Yeshivas Play A Valuable Role In Their Communities
Similar support is given in public schools, where a large segment of the student population may also be English language learners; the only difference is the language being spoken.
Tap Into Your Courageous Super Powers
The Babylonians deliberately took the smartest teens as captives to train them for service in the king’s court, with assimilation as a prerequisite.
Gal Luft’s Distressing Predicament
Israel should seek a full investigation of the charges that have been leveled against its national. But it also has a responsibility to him as an Israeli citizen and a senior IDF officer to ensure that his arrest warrant isn’t politically motivated.
WHO ARE YOU?
Our origin story has everything to do with who we are and where we are going.
Rabin and Peres’ Failure Now Netanyahu’s
Attempting to enact major change without a broad consensus can only result in controversy, polarization and, in the end, continuing unrest.
WH Whistling Past America’s Bank Graveyard
Far more important than a political strategy, history reminds us it is the economy upon which great nations rise or fall
Jews and Land of Israel: Part II: Is Israel a Colonial State?
Not according to any accurate application of the term
IDI Poll Pulls Israelis by the Nose on Judicial Reform
Israel voted for a right-wing government, and they want right-wing policy. They don’t want to be overruled by the side that LOST.
Iran’s Mullahs Mission: Wipe Out America
he Biden administration would do well to realize that a nuclear Iran is not just an existential threat to Israel; a nuclear Iran is major threat to the region, Europe, America, the world.
New IDF Chief of Staff Faces an Array of Challenges
Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi, will need to safely and swiftly maneuver through a domestic minefield without entangling the military in politics.
Would the 10 Commandments Survive Israel’s Supreme Court?
Israel's justices have powers unparalleled by any court anywhere else, making them the de facto government.
Palestinian Teenage Terror – Inherently Illegal, But Does Anyone Care?
the international community seems to be deliberately turning a blind eye to Palestinian teenage terror.
Silent on Oslo Accords
The New York Times has to bury the accords, because if it didn’t, it would have to admit that they failed.
State of the Palestinian National Movement
The passing of Ahmed Qurei marks the end of an era, potentially bringing the armed struggle back to square one.
‘Team Israel Will Surprise a Lot of People’
Still, it has its work cut out for it at the World Baseball Classic in Miami, where some of the best teams share its division, says Peter Kurz.
Evasive, Late, and Confused
State Department Report Finally Released
Denouncing Israel’s Judicial Reforms: Not the Impact Herzog Wants
Herzog’s attempt to broker a compromise by appeasing the “resistance” is a waste of time--The protest movement aims for a complete halt to the legislative process and the ultimate fall of the Jewish state’s democratically elected government.
Opposing Judicial Reform Promotes an Iranian Model for Israel
The Israeli Supreme Court wields influence and enjoys a lack of accountability remarkably similar to that of Iran’s Supreme Leader.
Playing Chicken with the Jewish State
During the late 1980s and 1990s, the legal establishment arrogated more and more power to itself
Options: Convert, Marry Me, or Die by Acid: Christian Women in Muslim Pakistan
Whoever said that Muslims don't give infidels the freedom of choice?
Israel’s Energy Market and the War in Ukraine
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has riled the energy markets of Europe and created opportunities for Israel’s energy sector that contain both risks and rewards
Jews and Land of Israel: Part I: Framing Israel as the Aggressor
This conflict remains intractable because of the baseless canard that Israel stole Palestinian Arab land, and is thus an occupier of Arab land
Israel Under Attack: Biden’s Coup to Get Iran the Bomb
"U.S. support for demonstrations in Tel Aviv isn't about the future of Israel's judiciary. It's about handcuffing Israel while Iran gets the bomb." — Lee Smith, Tablet Magazine, March 2, 2023.
The Politics Of Compassion
Unilateral imposition of unpopular policies can backfire in the long run.
Are Safe Spaces DANGEROUS?
Prominent NYU social psychologist Jonathan Haidt recently argued that Gen Z (those born between 1997 and 2012), has been set up for failure due to a confluence of social media, bad parenting, and a culture that emphasizes victimhood.
The ‘Calling’ Of A Rabbi
The lowest level would be when introducing oneself at a social, political or other event, with no agenda other than to impress the person being addressed.
No, The Right Won’t End Democracy In Israel
The issue exercising the Left is the growing realization that they have lost their grip on power and they are angry and frustrated about it.