The reality is that none of the parties that are expected to make up Israel’s next government neatly fit the stereotypes that overheated critics are deploring in advance.
The idea that Jewish and Arab states will coexist peacefully is widespread in contemporary academic and political circles but ignores the reality on the ground.
All of the Land of Israel is important to the Jewish people and all of the Land of Palestine is important to the Palestinian people.
Eisenkot is part of a party with right-wing members like Gideon Sa'ar and Ze'ev Elkin.
Reading of Oslo Accords shows Israel has territorial claims against the PA
If these countries were convinced that the Palestinian civil service organizations support terrorism, there is no doubt they would, based on their policies and laws, end their funding.
Restoring funding for those organizations and ignoring their connections to Palestinian terror is in fact tantamount to giving sanctions and encouragement to Palestinian terror.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
We have become conditioned to expect rapid responses to our needs, whether personal or global, and patience and tolerance are by definition part of a slow process.
Zionism and the Jewish people's return to sovereignty have presented Jews with ethical and moral dilemmas that were irrelevant for centuries.