Arab Israeli Conflict
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres did not mince words in his critique of Israel as it marks fifty years since it reunified Jerusalem in the Six Day War.
"Policies that were envisaged very early on, 1967 or 1968, serve government policies to this day."
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The world in the spring of 1967 was very different than the world as it is today.
By ELLIOT COSGROVE
Many Jews face the fiftieth anniversary of the Six Day War with ambivalence.
By JESSICA MONTELL
What I once saw as a heroic, plucky little country is now bogged down by indecision and division, much of it over the fruits of a certain war.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Let’s use this jubilee as a springboard.
By BARBARA SOFER
The Jewish state owes no one an apology for facing down its foes and taking the territory which those very same enemies used as a platform from which to seek our destruction.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Looking toward this meaningful milestone, can’t we try, for once, to appreciate Israel because of a happy event, not a trauma; can’t we embrace the Jewish state out of love, not dread?
By GIL TROY
It is time for leaders of both sides to move beyond the slogans and the mantras of the past 47 years, as though the city has not changed during this period.
By DAVID NEWMAN
Rabin’s legacy was the “Oslo process” which shifted national momentum from Zionism and Jewish sovereignty to Palestinianism and the “two state” delusion.
By MOSHE DANN
On the outside, this was a gruff and dour man, without a saving social grace; Rabin I see with a cigarette and a scotch and soda and a grim, closed face.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
How much longer can we wait to begin incorporating the watershed political and religious events of our time into our calendar?
By ELI KAVON
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