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Stephen M. Flatow
Ireland, Colombia and Israel: Not birds of a feather
The mindset among Western diplomats is rooted in the assumption that in the end, everything can be worked out through dialogue and some give-and-take.
‘Hasbara’: Fostering counter-narrative engagement
Who practices apartheid if not Arabs who, for example, permit every visitor to the Temple Mount to drink from the water fountain there, except the Jews?
The 13-year tragedy of Gaza
The infrastructure of hope that was supposed to have been built has been replaced with the infrastructure of hate.
One week after Pittsburgh synagogue slaughter, BDS resolution introduced at NYU
“It seems the problem is only getting worse as a result of this campaign of hate that has been launched by JVP and SJP on campus,” said Rena Nasar, tri-state campus director of the organization StandWithUs.
From inside Gaza: Challenges amid crises, a look at everyday life
But it’s not as bad as Puerto Rico after the hurricane? It’s not. I think the Hamas guy said the he knew “we don’t have it as bad as other places,” and he mentioned Syria, Yemen, all of Africa, Cambodia, Venezuela—it was a long list.
Jews tattling on other Jews is nothing new
What is keeping Gaza from becoming the Singapore of the Middle East? Who is using the millions of aid money sent to Gaza to dig tunnels to commit murder and terrorist acts?
Jonathan S. Tobin
The problem with B’Tselem
A group that aligns itself with Israel’s enemies and against the Jewish state’s security has nothing to do with peace.
The wrong ‘rights’ narrative
We have the right to speak out on campuses without fear, no less than any other student group. And we have the right to defend those rights, champion them and promote them.
Dexter Van Zile
Weaponizing Jewish alienation
The audience of approximately 150 Christians—many of them affiliated with the United Methodist Church—nodded along as Mark Braverman flirted with them by saying that, while he remains a Jew, he regularly preaches from the New Testament in churches on Sunday mornings.
In rare visit beyond Green Line, US Ambassador Friedman urges dialogue
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman attends an event in Ariel promoting commercial ties between Israelis and Palestinians • He says America is willing to help, but “are the Palestinians?”
Middle East Forum
Middle East Quarterly
Israel 25 years after Oslo: Why Israelis shy from victory
One day, imagine, a U.S. president tells an Israeli prime minister: “Palestinian extremism damages American security. We need you to end it by achieving victory over the Palestinians.”
Palestinian terror balloon reaches Jerusalem suburb
Yori Yalon and Nikki Guttman
Police sappers neutralize the device at the scene in Givat Ze’ev, north of Jerusalem • Incendiary balloons also land in Kibbutz Nir Am and Kibbutz Dorot in the Gaza periphery.
Egyptian, PA officials accuse Abbas of actively escalating crisis in Gaza
Daniel Siryoti and Israel Hayom Staff
Determined to prevent Hamas success, Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas recently blocked a Qatari-funded fuel shipment from reaching energy-starved Gaza • Egypt warns that a clash between Israel and Hamas would be likely if Egypt ends mediation efforts.
An opportunity to effect change in Israel-German relations
A troubling trend has taken over the German establishment’s approach towards Israel, by which Berlin sees it as something of a problematic colony that refuses to accept the burden of the central government in Berlin or Brussels.
Abbas misses a chance to help Palestinians
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas continues to insist that peace negotiations with Israel are the only path to liberation, even though they have proven time and again to be the path to our further subjugation.