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Whether it helped undecided voters make up their minds, solidified decisions already made, or raised new questions, the debate achieved its goals.
At 'Jerusalem Post' election debate, Likud minister says any peace will come from strength, not appeasement.
Jeremy Gimpel tells 'Post' debate a two-state solution is suicide as Raz of Meretz says Israel is not real partner for peace.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and Peter Beinart faced off in Tel Aviv.
By ORIT ARFA
A few weeks ago, I was a part of an Israeli delegation at an international debate tournament held in Bratislava, Slovakia.
By YAAKOV WOLFF
'Social justice' is nice to preach but impossible to deliver, or even define
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
In first-ever presidential debate in the Arab world, Abol Fotouh calls Israel an enemy, Amr Moussa calls it an adversary.
Self-proclaimed liberal nationalist Moussa and independent Islamist Aboul Fotouh, seen as top front-runners, to face off.
By ELIEZER SHERMAN
Analysis: The fallacy that there is “one law for all citizens” is easily exposed as untrue.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Students from the Druse, Beduin, Arab and Jewish sectors take part in English debate funded by the US Embassy.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Student that attended debate says security guards refused to intervene after Tibi-Eldad event turned violent.
For third-straight year, an Israeli team wins first prize at the World University Debating Championships.
By BEN HARTMAN
Students Meir Yarom and Michael Shapiro represented the school at the World Universities Debating Championship (WUDC) in Botswana.
By STEPHANIE HODES
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