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The myth of Israeli ‘deterrence’
After the end of each round of fighting, Hamas has managed, within a relatively short space of time, to enhance its offensive military capabilities dramatically.
The weakening of the Israeli ‘right’
Astonishingly, having been proved entirely justified in its condemnation of the dangerous defects of the “left’s” political credo, the “right” proceeded to embrace it.
Rethinking the notion of incentivized Arab emigration
There is considerable evidence, both statistical and anecdotal, indicating a desire among widespread segments of the Arab population in Judea-Samaria (and Gaza) to seek a more secure and prosperous future elsewhere, even without there being any purposeful policy to provide tempting tangible inducements to emigrate.
Coming to terms with the ‘Israel Victory’ initiative
Palestinians must suffer the “bitter crucible of defeat.”
Instability in Jordan: The impact on Trump’s ‘ultimate deal’
The forces of instability in Jordan are beyond Israel’s control. Although it might be able to attenuate them in the margins, it cannot determine their eventual outcome—or who will seize, or sustain, command of the country.
The folly of the Gaza port plan
Even today, under strict supervision, about 90 percent of the cement delivered into Gaza is appropriated by Hamas for non-civilian purposes, such as the construction of terror tunnels.
The elements of Oslo: Drug trafficking and high treason?
The arrest of former Israeli government minister Gonen Segev on charges of treason constitutes a regrettable vindication of my assessment of the man more than 25 years ago.
The IDF and Gaza: Soldiers or sociologists?
Has the military brass forgotten that they are soldiers charged with providing military solutions to physical threats to the nation’s security—and not sociologists tasked with diagnosing the societal ailments of its enemies?
Understanding Gaza and the ‘humanitarian’ hoax
The privation in Gaza is not the cause of the enmity towards the Jewish state. Quite the opposite! It is the enmity towards the Jewish state that is the cause of the privation in Gaza.
Palestine: Failing the test of history
After a quarter-century, all the Palestinians have managed to establish is a corrupt kleptocracy under Fatah, and a tyrannical theocracy under Hamas.
Gaza: A ‘simple’ solution?
Denying—or delaying—the inevitable does not make it any less inevitable, only more costly.
Five mendacious myths of one false narrative
The entire edifice of “Palestinian” national aspirations is a giant political hoax—a massive sleight of political hand designed to serve a more sinister ulterior motive. Five points explain why that is.
Inane, again! Thomas Friedman on Gaza
His latest piece is a “masterful” blend of personal bile and bias, liberally laced with logical inconsistencies, factual inaccuracies and even blatant non sequiturs.
Swastikas over Gaza
Nothing could expose the true intent of the Judeocidal riots at the Gaza border more than Nazi-style swastikas on incendiary kites flown into Israel to set Jewish property ablaze.
Iran and the chilling significance of the ‘No Alternative’ argument
The attempt to justify the 2015 deal with Iran as being the only viable alternative to allowing it to develop nuclear weapons is both infuriating and disingenuous.