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November 12, 2020
The US president-elect must heed the lessons of history when managing Iran
Will Joe Biden forge his own new, independent path and stop the Iranian nuclear race? Or will he enable a dangerous situation to continue and worsen?
November 4, 2020
The only language Iran understands is sanctions
Whoever wins the U.S. election must remember that the role is about leading the free world—and the clock is running out on Iran’s nuclear program.
March 24, 2020
Coronavirus and the United Nations
The relationships that diplomats develop through our regular work can help grease the wheels of governmental action and cut through bureaucratic red tape, ensuring online sharing of data and medical expertise.
February 18, 2020
Mahmoud Abbas’s map of lies
That Abbas brought this to the highest level of international diplomacy suggests that he believes that the world is ready to entertain this revisionist history of the Middle East. Sadly, in this regard, he may not be mistaken.
February 11, 2020
History will remember Abbas as peace rejectionist
The Palestinian leader seems to prefer fighting Israel in the international arena to promoting interests that could facilitate statehood.
December 11, 2019
Remembering the ‘forgotten’ Jewish refugees
Recognizing their story is to do more than just right an overdue, historical injustice. It is to change the understanding in the United Nations and international community for why peace remains elusive.
September 25, 2019
How Israel achieved the impossible at the UN
The time when the United Nations was home turf for those who hate and slander Israel is over.
June 13, 2019
Israel and the US, winning together
The strength of the alliance between America and Israel is a prominent layer in our policies at the United Nations. This cooperation helps leverage both countries’ efforts at the world body.
March 19, 2019
Israeli and Diaspora Jewry are more united than we may think
If our enemies view the wonderfully diverse tapestry that is world Jewry as a monolithic bloc, why should we do them the favor and start chipping away at what is our greatest strength: our unity and sense of shared purpose?
January 10, 2019
Context is key: It was a riot, not a protest
“Nonviolent” protestors do not carry knives, wire-cutters and improvised firebombs.
December 6, 2018
No more the Palestinians’ home turf
The moment they vote on this historic resolution, the ambassadors will decide which side of history they are on—the side of a murderous terrorist organization or the truth.
October 18, 2018
Joining the campaign of lies
Our enemies will turn the Security Council meeting, which is supposed to discuss the “Middle East,” into a debate against Israeli soldiers.
October 10, 2018
Nikki Haley, a warrior for justice and truth
She didn’t mind the criticism. She wasn’t worried about being in the minority. She stood, head held high, with one goal in mind: the truth.
September 7, 2018
Tashlich and the United Nations: A cleansing of souls and actions
Though a simple act, Tashlich carries a very important message. The great insight of this ritual is that to cleanse something requires action.
May 16, 2018
Terrorist propaganda vs. the truth
If tens of thousands of rioters armed with incendiary weapons and explosive devices swarmed the border of another country, all the preaching and calls for restraint would evaporate.