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Nadav Shragai is a veteran Israeli journalist.
May 15, 2022
Is Israel destined to fight a second war of independence?
Some Arab Israelis, with overt Hamas encouragement, are now trying to conquer us from within.
May 11, 2022
Reliance on anti-Zionist parties is not an option for Israel’s Zionist camp
The dependence of both political blocs on anti-Zionist parties has been revealed as pure insanity and threatens the Jewish character of the state.
May 4, 2022
On Independence Day, between two mountains
On Independence Day, Israel moves between Mount Herzl and the Temple Mount, two holy mountains that complete one another and cannot exist without each other.
April 18, 2022
Al-Aqsa mosque is by no means under threat
Far from “invading” mosque, as Ra’am, Hamas, the Joint Arab List and the P.A. claim, Israel appears to have been overly sensitive and considerate when responding to rioters there.
March 30, 2022
Hamas rebrands again as ‘defender of the Negev’
Under the media’s radar, the Gaza-based terrorist group has been recruiting the Negev Bedouin into its campaign against Israel.
March 2, 2022
The Supreme Court’s dangerous ruling on Sheikh Jarrah
Hamas and the P.A., who took over the Arab residents’ struggle regarding disputed property ownership in the Jerusalem neighborhood, appear to have won.
February 1, 2022
Hamas is busy in Istanbul, and Jerusalem is worried
While Turkey continues to woo Israel and insist that Hamas’s activity on its territory is strictly “political,” Israel’s security forces continue to thwart terrorist attacks and plots directed by Hamas-in-Turkey.
November 17, 2021
Israeli security and policy need to serve settlement
The same descriptions of “complications” ascribed today to settlements in Judea and Samaria were once used to describe Petach Tikvah.
November 8, 2021
Ra’am lawmakers wage ‘civil jihad’
The Islamist party now holds the Bennett-Lapid government hostage with the aim of destroying Israel’s Jewish character.
October 13, 2021
Respond to Palestinian plans by building in Atarot
Atarot is Jewish-owned land that was captured by Jordan in 1948 and liberated by Israel in 1967. It could be the answer to both the city's housing shortage and its demographic crisis.
August 17, 2021
Sheikh Jarrah: It’s not about real estate
The four Arab families living in Jewish-owned homes in Sheikh Jarrah/Shimon HaTzadik are part of a political game. The “property dispute” is really a war between narratives about Jerusalem.
July 19, 2021
Ra’am shows its true colors
The Islamist party is trying to have it both ways by working to better Israeli Arabs’ lives while also embracing Hamas-style radicalism.
March 22, 2021
We still have the power to change things
From the Passover holiday to COVID-19 and political burnout, low voter turnout could turn out to be the wild card in Israel’s elections.
March 14, 2021
Israel straddles the divide as Saudis vie for influence over Temple Mount
The cancellation of Netanyahu’s flight to the UAE exposed Israel’s role in Amman’s and Riyadh’s battle for a foothold on Islam’s third holiest site.
March 1, 2021
Erdoğan again has his eyes set on Jerusalem
The Turkish president believes that Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem is a historic accident, and everything he does is geared towards amending it.
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