Arab Israeli Conflict
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By ODED ERAN, ELAI RETTIG
By JACK ROSEN
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
By RYAN BELLEROSE
By ISI LEIBLER
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Our readers weigh in.
By ERAN LERMAN,EFRAIM INBAR
What is needed is a conscious effort to change Israel’s one-party partisan image by engaging with the Democrats and the social groups that support them.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Though I am totally opposed to equating the Holocaust with the Nakba, Israel is no different from Poland in its approach to its own national narrative and national myths.
After 13 years of the same thing happening over and over again, "managing the conflict" has turned into mismanagement.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Whether Irish parliamentarians or mayors like it or not, Israel and its presence in Judea and Samaria are here to stay.
By AMIR PERETZ
Stop managing reality and change it.
By DUDU LEVY REICH
Bank Hapoalim CTO Haim Pinto touts the country’s changing banking system
If Netanyahu and his ministers want to change the situation and not return to bi-weekly confrontations, they must make a strategic decision that will clarify how we view the reality in Gaza.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Although Israel spends a lot of money on tourist promotions and attractions, it doesn’t always take tourist needs into account.
By JONATHAN (YONI) MICHANIE
Media outlets throughout the world were shocked to hear the American president state in last September of 2017: “I am looking at two-state and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like.”
By ESTIE SCHEINER
There are not enough jobs within yeshivot for haredim who want to become teachers and rabbis. Often the jobs that are available – even as a cashier in a neighborhood store – require outside contact.
By ZIVA DAHL
Iran is now a thorn in Putin’s side. With the Assad regime secure, Putin believes Iranian military activity in Syria is no longer justified and could threaten Russia’s position there.
By FAYDRA L. SHAPIRO
The last 10 to 15 years have witnessed a remarkable surge of new alliances between the State of Israel and evangelical Christians.
By HABTOM MEHARI
This, coupled with the ongoing ethnic conflicts in different regions, has left the Ethiopian situation very complicated and unpredictable.
By MICHAEL COTLER-WUNSH
Judging from recent events, it seems that the war of attrition launched against the nascent State of Israel in 1948 has not ended, only morphed.
By MARCUS SHEFF
In response to the ruling, Tzohar said it would take time to review the full decision but would “continue to work towards our goal to increase the number of kashrut observant consumers."
By KARL SKORECKI
My father was far more anguished by the collusion of some Polish Jews with Nazi atrocities than he was with that of Polish gentiles.
By GERSHON BASKIN
The challenge to Israel’s democracy has been ongoing, with significant improvements as well as infringements of civil rights happening throughout its history.
By JOSHUA S. BLOCK
According to the Defense Ministry, the PA in 2017 paid $198 million to the so-called “martyrs’ families fund” and an additional $160m. to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The Jewish nation-state law is upright, reasonable and required. It should be passed by the Knesset.
By SHUKI FRIEDMAN
This bill is superfluous and will do far more harm than good.
A roundup of cultural goings on.
By HEN MAZZIG
Our people were always told to be ashamed of something: who we are, our religion, our attire, and even the fact that we have national aspirations.
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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