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Jonathan S. Tobin
Security cooperation or justice?
An effort to weaken U.S. anti-terror legislation for the sake of funding the Palestinian Authority raises difficult questions about competing interests.
Hezbollah has no respect for human life
Tunnels aside, its rockets, bombs and rifles are placed under Lebanese schools and hospitals, and the group openly and unapologetically threatens to direct its significant firepower at Israeli cities.
Louis Farrakhan: America’s foremost anti-Semite
The best-known and most virulent full-time anti-Semite in the United States is Louis Farrakhan, the longtime leader of the Nation of Islam.
Following in Egypt’s footsteps
This is a Saudi Arabia we have yet to encounter—one that dares to openly express a position that differs from that of the general Arab position, and one that is music to Israeli ears.
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
Free speech for thee, and not for me
The ideal objective of the university should be the quest for the truth. It should be part of what John Stuart Mill had described the university as being “the marketplace of ideas.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
Is Ocasio-Cortez really Jewish?
The elected congresswoman’s Jewish possible ancestors shouldn’t be a problem for anyone. But the idea that her leftist stands are somehow authentically Jewish is troubling.
PBS and the Islamic Republic of Iran’s propaganda
The campaign endeavors to show Iran as a bastion of religious tolerance for the small Jewish community that remains in the country.
UK Media Watch
Unpacking ‘Financial Times‘ claim that Tel Aviv’s high-tech boom ‘stokes inequality’
The OECD’s 2018 economic report on Israel confirms the NII’s conclusions, stating clearly that “in recent years, both gross and net income inequality have come down.”
Haym Salomon Center
Rising anti-Semitism shatters Canada’s progressive image
College campuses in the country have become a breeding ground for anti-Jewish hatred.
‘Settling the score’ with terrorists won’t prevent subsequent attacks
The continuing cycle of violence against Israeli civilians will not disappear until Israel’s political leaders are ready to take responsibility for each and every Jewish life, and to defend each one as if it were the entire nation. Harsh actions should be taken to deter future attacks.
A painful reminder in the form of terror
Every few weeks, the Israeli public receives a painful reminder that the most violent, deadly and complex sector is not the Gaza Strip or Lebanon, but Judea and Samaria.
Stephen M. Flatow
Another ‘New York Times’ columnist needs a history lesson
The Michelle Goldbergs of this world would have us believe that today’s conflict consists of Israel having a state in historic Palestine and preventing the Arabs from having one if their own.
How America helps Hezbollah
The U.S. government has provided military training and weapons—plus $1.5 billion in aid—to the government of Lebanon since 2006, the end of the war Hezbollah instigated against Israel.
The Pompeo doctrine
The U.S. secretary of state’s remarks were a strange fusion of conservative realism and radical imagineering. For example, there were no calls for “regime change” in either Iran or North Korea, merely toughly worded demands for their existing regimes to reform their behavior internationally.
Jonathan S. Tobin
Despite UN vote, Palestinian terror is still a losing strategy
Israel’s foes scored a tactical victory in New York, but their defense of terror is marginalizing them, not the Jewish state.