The current debate about applying Israeli sovereignty to parts of the land beyond the Green Line could be of great importance to the future of Israel and its people.
Critics say attaining sovereignty will undermine the peace process and ruin Israel's reputation abroad, but these myths do not hold up to scrutiny.
Much of the debate about annexation has focused on the ultimate bogeyman: the apartheid card.
It is not Palestinian land. It is land that is disputed, and the only way to resolve this is if the two sides can negotiate a settlement of the dispute
In order to secure the future of the Israeli presence in Judea and Samaria, it is not only our responsibility to accept the plan but to embrace it wholeheartedly.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is probably the only person in the country who benefited from the disgusting show of insurrection.
What Israel does will be important to Israelis, the Palestinians and maybe some other actors in the region. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Israel and annexation won’t play a role on November 3
If, as the Americans themselves say, the Jewish people have historic rights over 100% of the territory, why are the Arab Palestinians entitled to 70%?
The difficulty of moving forward in the Jordan Valley and Area C