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State will continue to struggle to contain threat if light sentences are handed out when nobody is injured.
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The last few days have been some of the most trying in the state’s short history. The thread connecting a series of terrible incidents is religious extremism.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Two years ago, just after I took office as a Jerusalem city councilor, I met Y. for the first time.
By HANAN RUBIN
Israelis have no right to be shocked by the murder of 18-month-old Ali Dawabsha.
By JEFF BARAK
Their interpretations were learned by great scholars of later generations.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Just over a week ago I attended a political science workshop at Wroxton college in Oxfordshire in the UK on parliamentary issues.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Did it not occur to anyone in the police that there was some possibility that he would repeat his crime?
This, plus surges in Islamic extremism and worldwide anti-Semitism, as well as Iran’s nuclear aspirations and stated intention to destroy Israel, are much in the public eye.
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The problem with this perception is that nothing Turkey does is quite as straightforward as foreign diplomats and uninitiated analysts in the West often suppose.
In the very near future, the lives of the 1800 employees of the IBA (Israel Broadcasting Authority) are going to be severely disrupted.
By DVORA WAYSMAN
When mentioning this I am often asked if I have ever discussed this issue with Israeli government officials.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
And so ends a week of unrest that can only be considered insurgence against the state of Israel – from within.
By DAVID BRINN
There is something suspect in the timing of the news of Pollard's release.
Iran is not a new issue for Jews anywhere in the world. And the danger that they pose to us in Israel is absolutely existential.
As we used to say to one another in 2012 when we founded Yesh Atid, “They can call themselves whatever they want, in the end they’re all centrists.”
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On November 21, 1985, I was a 14-year-old ninth-grader living in Silver Spring, Maryland, just 30 minutes from the Israel Embassy.
By DOV LIPMAN
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An updated list of the fictions peddled by the Obama administration in support of its pact with Iran.
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Even assuming that the Ottoman Empire duly gave the land away, it is not relevant to the current controversy.
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The most charitable explanation for support expressed for the Iran deal by former senior Israeli security officials is a total eclipse of their faculties of rational thought.
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