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02.07.2016 | 28 Shevat, 5776
The Obama administration is signaling after many serious attempts it, like previous administrations, will leave The Israeli-Palestinian conflict for the next president.
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This is unacceptable, considering that the Border Police are the frontline troops in the war against terror in the capital.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
With relative quiet on most fronts, Israel needs to wake up to the dark clouds on its economic horizon.
By ILAN EVYATAR
It is inconceivable that a Jewish public figure in a Jewish state can say something like this against fellow Jews and walk away unscathed.
By DOV LIPMAN
Obama visited the Islamic Society of Baltimore, a mosque with longstanding ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Nearly every day there is an infuriating incident in which Israel is unjustly bashed in international fora, on college campuses or in the news media.
The moment a free society persecutes its dissenters, as Israel is doing, it ceases justification to be called an enlightened democracy.
The Left’s whiny war on free speech, and the Israeli Right’s inept, and often cowed, response.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
I noticed – it’s a hard story to miss – that Barbie has been adapted to a new era in a big way.
By LIAT COLLINS
Politicians should try to persuade us to support their policies, not manipulate our understanding of realities.
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
The Canadian foreign minister Stéphane Dion, describing himself as a “steadfast ally and friend to Israel,” criticized both the Palestinians’ unilateral pursuit of statehood.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
Be proud and stand up for Israel. Don’t retreat or be afraid when Israel is increasingly being delegitimized. But don’t do it in such a way which causes even greater damage to Israel’s democracy.
By DAVID NEWMAN
We have our problems: birth pangs which lead to improvement and development. But those are the details. The larger picture is that we have a homeland. And that’s enough for me.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
With a little more urgency and with the whiff of a threat in the air: if you do not participate in an international conference, the French said, we will recognize a Palestinian state.
By NACHMAN SHAI
Eran Lerman’s agile mind steers Israel toward new strategic thinking.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Surveying the world from atop his skyscrapers, he mistook himself for a giant and the public for ants.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
These laws seemingly have no direct connection to religion, but are connected to society, morals, human relationships, laws pertaining to judges, and more.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
To counter the pre-apology attack, artists and NGOs for human rights and peace will on Friday, February 5, present a performing arts response called Blacklisted: A Show with a Glimmer of Hope.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel seems to be a place where conservatism flourishes.
By DAN ILLOUZ
Fifteen years on, the muddling of religions remains.
By URIEL HEILMAN
I have learned over and over again that Christians are no longer our enemy.
By RON KRONISH
This is a big deal, and a huge victory for progressive forms of Judaism and pluralism in Israel.
By BARRY LEFF
Those who live in a Christian nation, where 25 million Bibles are sold every year, have declared that towns where the prophets once prophesied are not part of Israel.
By BARBARA SOFER
Intersectionality holds that various forms of oppression – racism, sexism, classism, ableism and homophobia – constitute an intersecting system of oppression.
By BRIAN BLUM
By purposely omitting the human rights violations of the Palestinian Authority against their own people, Ban shows that he is far more concerned with condemning Israel than protecting Palestinians.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Indo-Israeli trade is annually almost $5 billion. Israel, as India’s No. 2 source of weapons, sells it a billion dollars of military hardware.
By JONATHAN ADELMAN
Despite lip service to the contrary, anti-Semitism will continue to thrive.
By ISI LEIBLER
It was a long and hard-fought victory, bequeathed by one generation to another.
The only way to be a religious Jew is to observe the commandments and traditions, not seek to overturn them for personal motives.
The miracle of the birth of Israel is something that most Jews today take for granted, something that they rarely contemplate.
By JAMES KENNARD
Slander and incitement are favorite ploys of both the extreme (and sometimes not so extreme) Right and Left everywhere.
By ZALMAN SHOVAL
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