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The talk in financial circles these days is that we are due another two-year state budget, of the sort we knew on three occasions from 2009 and until 2014.
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Remembrance Day is a special time, as our nation puts aside 24 hours to honor the memories of the brave soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces who paid the ultimate price for our freedom and safety.
By DANNY DANON
In a new series on ambassadors to Israel, Japanese envoy Shigeo Matsutomi talks about his impressions of the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
With all this, it might well be necessary for Israel to strike.
Vision Zero must become our national vision.
By JPost Editorial
The gravest aspect of the emerging Iran deal is less its substance and more the professed rationale it is based on.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The tale of two kibbutzim and a line drawn in blood
By LIAT COLLINS
Failure to follow through on our promises creates the perception that we are a paper tiger.
By BEN CARSON
Perhaps redemption is not too far off after all.
By SHALOM HAMMER
We still have time to find all the ways we are similar to each other and to become united once again.
By LIOR AKERMAN
By RUTH CORMAN
The IDF must be ready for unrelenting combat over the coming decade, and this costs plenty.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The Torah could not set up general rules for everyone since each person has the job of figuring out what God wants of him
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
In Israel, everything from traffic tickets to the price of tomatoes is up for negotiations.
By DAVID BRINN
The goal that informed all previous governments in the past – that Israel’s top goal should be to sign peace deals with our neighbors – is irrelevant.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Obama promised “as president I will recognize the Armenian Genocide.”
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Going forward, however, I call on all of us to take a few minutes to think of our non-Jewish brothers in arms who sacrificed their lives in the name of the State of Israel.
While “Zionism” might be a difficult term to define today, meaning so many different things to so many different people, the ANZV defines the term as “Jewish liberation.”
By LEAH KARCHMER
A fresh perspective
By DAN ILLOUZ
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By REUVEN HAMMER
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By BEN HARTMAN
For years, I’ve spent Remembrance Day at the grave of a fallen friend. This year, my son has joined the club, with a fallen friend of his own.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Israel’s 67th birthday was preceded by the passing of Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, one of the most influential and original thinkers of modern Orthodoxy.
Soldiers died so that I and my family may live.
By GIL TROY
Israel is the only country in the world whose right to exist and defend itself is continuously challenged.
By ISI LEIBLER
Less than two months ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was globally reviled and brought to his knees
These days of memory and mourning are part and parcel of life’s reality in this country of ours, a grueling journey through our past and present.
By JUDY MONTAGU
67 years later after the rebirth of the nation, we are still a country defining itself.
By DVORA WAYSMAN
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The rush of everyday life, as well as the withering criticism of the media, provide potent distractions, drawing our attention away from the incredible success of the Zionist enterprise.
By MICHAEL FREUND
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