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By DAVID BRINN
By ROY FOLKMAN
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
By LIAT COLLINS
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
There’s an elephant in the room at Facebook – and it’s called a whitewashing of antisemitism.
By ROBERT M. GOLDBERG
The most reliable gateway to cigarette use are other smokers. In particular, military personnel are twice as likely to become smokers and stay smoking as civilians.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
The real task, therefore, is to start telling the British public that virtually everything they hear about Israel from the media and intelligentsia is a lie.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Successive Dutch governments have obstinately refused to admit the huge failures of its government in exile in London during the Second World War toward the persecuted and murdered Dutch Jews.
By ARYE GUT
Azerbaijan is making its great contribution to energy security in Europe not only through diversified routes of supply, but most importantly by enabling diversified sources of those supplies.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
Israel is achieving power parity with leading European nations.
By FLEUR HASSAN-NAHOUM
Israel should be putting up a formidable defense to the calumnies of countries like Ireland, funding our embassies better so they can arm themselves with tools to fight.
By CHUCK FREILICH
By NACHMAN SHAI
Israel also faces a test of leadership. I don’t envy the prime minister. Who is taking the lead? The leader or the public?
By JPOST EDITORIAL
In light of these lamentable laws, we can only seek to be fair and laud our lawmakers for passing at least one good piece of legislation this week.
By DAVID A. DANGOOR
Although the field of Personalized Medicine is still relatively young, it is growing at an unbelievable pace.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Barak may be the only person in Israel who in these times could beat Netanyahu – and that is the most important thing for Israel right now.
Israel needs to watch out for itself and continue to engage with countries and leaders who can help in implementing its goal.
By DANIEL GORDIS
It is that utter lack of interest in what actually interests the citizens of Israel that has to change.
By AMIR FUCHS
So the question arises as to whether the nation-state bill is essentially just a declaration, and what – if any – problems does it generate?
By JENNY AHARON
Prime Minister Netanyahu has proved over his nine-year-term to be a champion in forging new relations and keeping longstanding relations alive.
By BARBARA SOFER
Many who are today knowledgeable and observant Jews arrived well-schooled in Aristotle and Einstein – but, as they say, didn’t know Abram from Adam.
By MIKE EVANS
Were an angel choir to announce President Trump’s innocence, liberals, and now some members of his own party, would surely continue to mock and castigate him.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
The ultimate power of the media is editorial discretion. This is what gets stories published or broadcast as well as how they are served up to the media consumer.
By STEWART WEISS
Some crusades, high-minded and sweet-smelling as they may appear to be, may bring more harm than healing to the public welfare.
By EMMANUEL NAVON
Passing this new basic law was necessary because of the judicial activism of Israel’s High Court of Justice in the past two decades.
By BRIAN BLUM
The sugar-coating of cancer... requires the denial of understandable feelings of anger and fear, all of which must be buried under a cosmetic layer of cheer.
“The goal is to strengthen the city of Eilat, and make Israelis prefer Eilat over other places abroad.”
By JODY KASNER
‘Buy your own damn watermelon!’ – The trials and tribulations of attending singles potluck meals
By ERIC R. MANDEL
American and Israeli national security interests in the Middle East demand it.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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