Arab Israeli Conflict
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Trump wants the money to build a border wall that might as well be called the “Keep America White” wall.
By GERSHON BASKIN
With the flip of a channel, entire worldviews are changed.
By BARBARA SOFER
Despite the hundreds of explosions on the kibbutz that followed, Rosie’s son never forgot the frst boom
By STEWART WEISS
I contemplate both how small and powerless we humans are... yet how far Man can go in captivating and controlling our world
By BRIAN BLUM
Can a Judaism that cohabitates with the modern world continue to propagate well into the 21st century?
By JPOST EDITORIAL
As far as solidarity goes, it is a slim platform – but it’s an important start.
By AVI JORISCH
“The problem is that for many years, marijuana was put on the [same] scale as cocaine and morphine.”
By HILLEL FRISCH
Just as missile terrorism was far less effective than suicide bombing, tunnel terrorism was less effective than both, essentially foiled by technological developments.
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Our readers have their say.
By GIL TROY
In addition to writing letters reconciling with Palestinians, we need conciliatory letters healing our fellow Jews.
By TOVA HARTMAN
This is the conversation that Israel’s Jewish and Arab residents so desperately need to have.
By ALAN BAKER
Palestinians are violating international humanitarian and environmental law.
By GAL PERL FINKEL
In the end, the argument that the IDF promotes colorless rule-abiding commanders is simply not true.
By OFER ISRAELI
The conclusions in the military context are numerous but can be summed up: Russia and China have not yet pushed the US out of the global arena.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Throughout our history the Jews have been simultaneously the chosen as well as the frozen people, shut out in the cold by their neighbors who have chosen to shun and persecute them.
By OFRA BENGIO
Until the 2015 general elections, more than half of the Kurdish electorate supported the Adalet and Kalkinma Partisi (AKP) led by President Tayyip Erdogan.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
A disaster has been created in the Mediterranean. It is fueled by the relative wealth of NGOs who seek to help but who have created a cycle of chain migration and empowered smugglers.
The 'Elor Azaria bill' would make it illegal to distribute footage of IDF soldiers and subject violators to up to five years in prison, and 10 years if national security was harmed
From Turkey to the Philippines.
By LAWK GHAFURI
The Iraqi election last month resulted in endless squabbling within the political parties.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
We are 73 years after the end of the Second World War, and the world is a very different place: much more right-wing, cynical, xenophobic and “bugger-thy-neighbor” minded.
By YEDIDIA STERN
Those who demand “equality now” are frustrated by the snail’s pace of dealing with the problem of inequality.
According to details published by Kensington Palace, the Duke of Cambridge will visit the right places in Israel – but not necessarily with the right people.
By DAVID BRINN
Aryeh made his mark as one of the paper’s most naturally gifted writers, insightful social commentators and astute critics.
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