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By JPOST EDITORIAL
By LAITH AMAR
By FERHAT GURINI
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
By SIR ERIC PICKLES
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
In response to the recent findings of abuse, Health Ministry officials have called for tougher supervision of institutions, increased numbers of inspectors and more surprise inspections.
By GIL TROY
It’s easy in an age of complicated politics and entrenched powers to despair – but that’s not what good democratic citizens or Zionists do.
By NIMROD GOREN
The peace treaty with Jordan was reached only after Israel and the PLO signed the Oslo Accords. The Arab Peace Initiative, first published 15 years ago, emphasizes this fact in clear terms.
By URI CARMEL
Let us not forget that only a society committed to the flourishing of each and every individual will become a prosperous society.
By EARL COX
What country doesn’t have the right to its unified capital, and to develop and build it?
By RAOUL LOWERY CONTRERAS
Having a Muslim friend in a turbulent region that allows all religions to co-exist is a valuable asset to the US, to Israel and the world in general.
By MICHAL ROZIN
The army should set a moral example and act to stamp out prostitution in its midst, work to save these soldiers and recover them.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
There is a growing evolution in Cory’s position on Israel which is becoming more aligned with the left wing of the Democratic party.
Hamas is always the one to instigate the war, always the one that has the tunnels ready to attack us.
By ORIEL T. EINHORN
The alt-left should stop inciting, sanctioning and targeting Jews of any sort in Israel because it will always come back to haunt Jews in their own country.
By JEHUDA HADDAD
Why should we import workers to the Israeli economy while young Israelis from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are not given the opportunity to acquire an education?
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Pollard’s disproportionate punishment is a powerful expression of official, state-sanctioned antisemitism in America.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Haley’s courage and moral vision come to the UN at a time when Israel’s standing in the world is changing.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Hundreds of millions of people in numerous countries have been sentenced to live in country-like prisons due the unwillingness to confront dictators and authoritarian regimes.
By JONATHAN ADELMAN
Best of times? Worst of times? For Israel, nearing its 70th anniversary, it is both at the same time.
By RUTHIE BLUM
For Trump to grasp that his country and Israel are fighting the same war is cause for trepidation among their shared enemies.
"The 1993 Oslo Accords did not require a sovereign Palestinian-Arab entity."
By CLIVE LIPCHIN
Water and wastewater management cannot and need not wait for a political settlement, and the public, must demand from our governments to act now.
Netanyahu’s visits to Singapore and Australia are long overdue; We hope they lead to closer cooperation, particularly on security issues.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
The time has come for the US to tell the Palestinians that they must negotiate with Israel if they want a Palestinian state, and must agree to end the conflict.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
In the final reckoning, neither Trump nor Netanyahu managed to achieve the main goal of the exercises – namely to reduce the hostility and lack of objectivity of the reporting related to them.
Instead of commenting on the recent bomb threats to Jewish community centers, Trump ignored the issue and unfathomably responded by speaking about how many Electoral College votes he received.
By HAISAM HASSANEIN
If the Trump administration wants to achieve peace in the Middle East Egypt will be an essential component, but deep anti-Israel propaganda in the country constitutes a serious stumbling block.
Our prime minister, like Brutus, is indeed “an honorable man.”
By ILAN MANOR
Like the captain of the Titanic, Netanyahu is directing our ship toward an iceberg. And like the captain of the Titanic, Netanyahu is willing to go down with his ship.
The two-state model is widely viewed as the formula for Middle East peace. But the fact of the matter is that it makes peace impossible to achieve, by holding normal relations between Israel and its Arab neighbors hostage to grandiose peace deals.
By YAAKOV KATZ
"To me it seemed like the opposite happened: Wednesday night did not mark the death of the Palestinian state. It was more like the resurrection of one."
By DR. STÉPHANIE COUROUBLE-SHARE
A little something forgotten? The president of the United States is participating in the trivialization of the Nazi genocide.
By FERNANDO CARDERERA
Spain has never occupied Catalonia. You only need to stroll around in any Catalonian city to judge for yourself the nonsense of that idea
By LIAT COLLINS
The day that the Palestinians can admit that there were Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem millennia ago, there will be peace.
By HERB KEINON
By DAVID BRINN
By MIRIAM KRESH
By CARL HOFFMAN
By GOL KALEV
By SHANI BROWN
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