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By DAVID A. DANGOOR
By GERSHON BASKIN
By JPOST EDITORIAL
By DANIEL GORDIS
By AMIR FUCHS
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.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
“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 ELIE PODEH
The possibility that the “new” Syria might become a federation (similarly to Iraq) has not yet been ruled out, but even if it materializes, Syria’s boundaries will not change.
What President Trump did was, in my opinion, absolutely genius
If you want to know what the new “State of Palestine” will look like in 10 years, just think of today’s Gaza, except on steroids.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Our readers have their say.
By MICAH D. HALPERN
Unaware, uniformed and truly impartial observers who see Jews toeing the BDS line might be duped into thinking there is credence to their point of view.
By GIL TROY
A bipartisan ceremony in Jerusalem this November, with Mrs. Moynihan attending, would allow Republicans to show the grace and leadership they lacked in May.
With the memory of civil war still fresh in their minds, the citizens of Algeria, Lebanon, Sudan and the Palestinian territories, elected not to rock their respective governmental boats.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The new Ramon Airport should significantly ease travel for both international and domestic flights and their passengers.
By ODED ERAN,ELAI RETTIG
Gas companies should push for the rapid implementation of the export deal with Egypt while the Egyptian gas shortage continues.
By JACK ROSEN
Poland and Israel are treating the Holocaust as if it was their property to decide what happened and what did not. It is not their prerogative and with that they took a step too far.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
It is utterly unacceptable that Jews in France should feel unsafe. But, there must also be a stalwart decision on the part of French Jews to proudly wear their Jewishness on their sleeves.
By RYAN BELLEROSE
Claiming that the historical land of Israel belongs to the Palestinians is like claiming the Red River area, from where my ancestors hail, belongs to the Iroquois.
By ISI LEIBLER
While most British Jews remain committed to Israel, in most cases, the leadership fails to publicly confront and dissociate itself from anti-Israel Jews.
Struggling against segregation is not just about one law. It is about the larger struggle for coexistence and having more contact between Israel’s numerous diverse communities.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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