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May 1, 2022
The implications for Israel of a possible war over the Nile
The simmering conflict between Egypt and Ethiopia over the construction of a massive dam could have grave ramifications
March 15, 2022
A troubling trilogy: Law enforcement in Israel, Part III
It is difficult for anyone who is not a devout Bibi-phobe to avoid concluding that the entire process of investigation and indictment is little more than a carefully choreographed coup using the law as a prop.
March 14, 2022
A troubling trilogy: Law enforcement in Israel, Part II
No discussion of the ailments afflicting Israel’s legal establishment can be undertaken without referring to the trials of Amiram Ben-Uliel and former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
March 13, 2022
A troubling trilogy: Law enforcement in Israel, Part I
Legal proceedings are being carried out with scant regard for the law. In some cases, the law is blatantly disregarded; in others, factual evidence is ignored; in yet others, infractions are invented to fabricate charges. All cases have been approved by the courts.
December 23, 2021
Lieberman: Clueless clutz or Cosa Nostra capo?
There are only two possibilities regarding the Israeli finance minister’s involvement in what has become known as the “Yisrael Beiteinu affair.” Neither bodes well for Israel.
December 5, 2021
You couldn’t make this up
There may well be things more depraved than an Israeli minister soliciting funds for a self-declared mortal foe, but none comes readily to mind.
November 21, 2021
The blight that Bennett brought
It will take a long time to repair the damage that the machinations used to ensconce the current coalition have wrought.
November 4, 2021
Netanyahu vs. Olmert: Comparing chalk and cheese
While it may be inappropriate for someone under criminal indictment to be a candidate for or serve as prime minister, it is far more inappropriate for him/her to be precluded from doing so by abuse of the legal system.
October 20, 2021
Arab violence: Root causes and red herrings
If difficult socioeconomic conditions in the haredi community have not produced the rampant crime that afflicts Arab society, why should poverty be assumed to be the culprit among Israel’s Arab citizens?
October 12, 2021
Tyrants, tax havens and territory
Israel must prepare for a daunting situation, in which it could face a huge expanse of hostile territory, controlled by radical Islamist warlords.
October 4, 2021
Stupid is as stupid does
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid’s recent Gaza-policy proposal is just one more display in an appalling catalogue of his imbecility-cum-ignorance, which is a grave indictment of the Israeli voter.
June 17, 2021
Naftali Goldfarb or Gonen Bennett?
In a single act of rash duplicity and deceit, Naftali Bennett provided the left with a plum prize from which it has been precluded for years: broad access to positions of governmental control and influence.
June 3, 2021
Escalating anti-Semitism: The blame Israel bears
There is a symbiotic link between the abysmal (mis)conduct of Israel’s public diplomacy and the building crescendo of Judeophobic frenzy across the globe.
May 23, 2021
Gaza-Déjà vu … again?
The problem of Gaza was created by the belief that land could be transferred to the Palestinian Arabs to provide them a viable opportunity for self-governance.
May 16, 2021
Et tu, Ahmad: The illusion of Arab loyalty
The situation that has arisen in Israel can no longer be seen as one centering on the question of individual rights but of collective survival—and must be treated as such.
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