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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.
European hypocrisy rears its ugly head
The European Union has systematically acted in violation of international law and the Oslo Accords.
Corbyn’s empty words
British Labour Party leaderJeremy Corbyn is a hopeless case. He will continue to believe what his Palestinian friends tell him: that Israel is a Nazi state, that Hamas and Hezbollah are peaceful organizations, and that Israel must be sanctioned and isolated.
In Helsinki, Trump’s critics go off the deep end
U.S. indictments against 12 Russians for hacking Democratic Party officials, filed days before Trump’s meeting with Putin, cast a shadow over the historic summit • Neither leader came to Finland to fight. They came to try to forge a new bilateral dynamic.
Europe should be worried
It looks like Trump and Putin aspire to restore the United States and Russia to their former glories, and cut Europe down to size as dependent on the grace of Washington and Moscow.
From Israel to America: The dangerous weaponization of children
The situation on the U.S.-Mexico border and the influx of illegal immigrants to Europe attest to a reality that must be described accurately: invasion.
A changing Europe and Germany’s role in it
Israel should begin to engage in polite discussions with the German government over the problematic nature of its involvement in Israel’s internal affairs and funding of Palestinian organizations that do nothing to promote peace.
The European media’s Palestinian propaganda
For the Europeans, if there are no Palestinian casualties, which are presented as a sacrifice on the altar of the war on the Jewish state, then there is no reason to report what is going on.
End European subversion
While Israel enjoys access to various major E.U. programs, this relationship, which contributed to Israel’s transformation into a stable and leading economy, came at a heavy price.
Thanks to Erdoğan, most Turks see Israel as an enemy, not an ally
Even if a political alternative ever comes to power, it will not be able to undo all the damage that Erdoğan has done.