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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.
Into the Fray: Last week’s exchange in NY was disappointing – more for what was not said rather than what was.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Every leader is a human being whose decision-making is shaped and influenced by the values, principles and beliefs that he holds.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Preventing critical voices from entering the country only draws added attention and headlines to their views.
By DAVID NEWMAN
The idealized image of Israel which I sensed at AIPAC allows for doubt to be dismissed.
By JAMIE SLAVIN
The Israeli misuse of the word as a synonym for criticism has been seemingly due to an ignorance of historical record.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
It’s easier to argue incessantly than it is to overcome our emotions and make compromises for peace.
By RAY HANANIA
In hiding the controversy surrounding the ‘constitutional revolution,’ the textbook denies students the ability to understand current events.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Genuinely loving this country means that there will be moments when we defend it and others in which we bemoan its shortcomings.
By DANIEL GORDIS
Can we produce a generation of students who debate the ideas at hand, rather than merely seeking to silence those with whom they disagree?
The burka can't be permitted under the freedom of religious expression, just as full nudity can’t.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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