Opinion

Rumors concerning a prime minister's health impact national resilience

Rumors circulate about the Prime Minister's health, prompting a need for transparency from the Prime Minister's Office. Examining warning signs is vital amid challenging times.

By BINYAMIN BERTZ
08/06/2024

The Jewish problem with Trump supporters saying his guilty verdict was ‘rigged’

When Trump rejected his New York trial verdict, Jewish legal perspectives on acceptance of court rulings highlight the contrast between American and Jewish law.

By RABBI AVI SHAFRAN/JTA
08/06/2024

Iran is a cybersecurity threat to the West, Jewish diaspora and Gulf states

The Islamic Republic’s cyber activities, aimed at destabilizing Western capitals, targeting Jewish communities, and threatening GCC nations, represent a tangible threat to national security.

October 7 wounds on Israeli children go beyond scars and bruises

Hamas's brutal attack took a heavy toll on Israeli children's mental health. The key to treating them correctly is about finding balance.

By SONIA GOMES DE MESQUITA
02/06/2024

Miri Regev allegations show that Likud has lost its way

You can be angry with Miri Regev, who perfected corruption into an art form. You can also be angry at all the “diamonds,” so to speak, who knew exactly how to demand and receive whatever they wanted.

By MORAN ZER KATZENSTEIN
02/06/2024

US offers conditional intelligence assistance to Israel during ongoing war with Hamas

The Biden administration offered Israel help locating Hamas leaders if it abandoned plans to storm Rafah, raising questions about the US's strategic intentions.

IDF soldiers operate in the Gaza Strip on May 20, 2024

The lost war in Gaza is not the end of Israel

Hamas already won on Oct. 7 when it embarrassed the Israeli military by overrunning bases, killing Israelis, and taking hostages. But Israel's future remains secure as it considers new strategies.

By MARK LAVIE/THE MEDIA LINE
28/05/2024

Trump’s attacks on early voting might ruin Republican election

Senator Ron Johnson urged Donald Trump to support early voting, fearing his anti-early voting stance could harm GOP chances in the upcoming election.

By TIM REID , JULIA HARTE  , NATHAN LAYNE
28/05/2024

Anti-Israel bias among European nations is nothing new

We must call this child by its name: Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions on steroids. During the war in Gaza, Israel has gone to great lengths to protect human lives.

By AKIVA SPIEGELMAN
26/05/2024

Next few weeks will reveal power struggle within Iranian battle for presidency

The upcoming days in Iran are fraught with tension as power-hungry factions jockey for proximity to the leadership.

By ERFAN FARD
26/05/2024
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