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A “Combating BDS” bill and the Israel Anti-Boycott Act have both sat in the Senate.
This week, in speeches to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, it became clear that the plan will likely not accommodate a sovereign Palestinian state.
On Tuesday, he told an audience of women in Tel Aviv that they were an important ally in supporting the peace process.
The most obvious change in the past 20 years is the total lack of trust that exists today across the conflict lines.
By GERSHON BASKIN
After years of failed peace processes and non-implemented agreements, the entrenchment of hatred in both societies is very difficult to eradicate.
Creating a state that demonstrates to the world what a society looks like in which every human being is treated as a creation of God, in His image, will be a fulfillment of a lofty mission.
By DOV LIPMAN
Some would say that there is no way to have constructive talks in this environment, but I believe now is precisely the time for dialogue.
By RONALD S. LAUDER
Abbas' most positive legacy, from the viewpoint of peace, was his defiance of violence.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Most people here and around the world look at the Israeli-Palestinian predicament and say it’s hopeless. There are no solutions any more.
These dyed-in-the-wool liberal critics of Israel’s policies are actively working to rally American Jewish opinion against Israel by stepping up their condemnations of the prime minister.
By SHERWIN POMERANTZ
The Golden Age of Catholic-Jewish relations seems to have come to an end during Francis’s visit to the Promised Land this week.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The vindictive, borderline treasonous malevolence of the Left and the inept, borderline imbecilic impotence of the Right
are emerging as the gravest threat to the sustainability of Jewish political independence
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The worst may be over for the Six Day War’s most improbable casualty – the Israeli consensus
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