Earlier this month, the organization B’Tselem issued an eight-page paper that declares the Jewish state guilty of apartheid. It’s absurd.
Unsurprisingly, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has already said ‘a thousand nos’ to Trump’s plan, and Palestinian-Arabs have begun the usual playbook of rioting in the streets.
For those with any familiarity of Israeli politics, Benjamin Netanyahu’s announcement is unsurprising. A nation cannot annex land over which it already has sovereign claims.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib implied that policies of the Jewish state of Israel were somehow to blame for the heinous actions of terrorists who detonated a bomb.
Nearly everything Democratic Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib said in their two-woman production of ‘Israel is Evil’ on Monday was untrue.
Americans are used to politicians lying, but at a certain point we need to start calling out the falsehoods our lawmakers use in describing the anti-Israel boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement.
Boycotting a conference explicitly designed to advance the economy of the Palestinian people evinces a great deal about Palestinian leaders’ actual objectives.
As futile as their quest seems, Jared Kushner’s plan is also a breath of fresh air after decades of American efforts to accommodate Palestinians’ unwillingness to admit that they’ve lost their long war against Zionism.
A U.S. political establishment that was just months ago woke to anti-Semitism—it least when it might use that to dunk on Trump—has been missing in action about Isaam Akel.
Nonetheless, Americans should not tolerate double standards, discrimination or blatant racism against any group of people.
It’s true that America’s approach to Israel is problematic, but the Left’s prescription for addressing it relies on delusion.
How can someone know so little about a topic yet be so passionate about it? That’s what I kept asking myself while watching Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
‘You grow, you learn to walk, and you learn to run to a bomb shelter. This is how we learn about life.’
Our intellectual and political leaders push aside the need for a serious moral assessment of the Palestinian movement’s nature and goals.
J Street bills itself as ‘pro-Israel, pro-peace.’ However, they have a long history of anti-Israel sentiments.
Trump wants to restart the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, but the obstacles to peace that have bedeviled past U.S. presidents have not gone away.
Before you get a two-state solution, both people have to learn how to live in peace. Not the reverse.
To be credible, Rand Paul, or any other 2016 presidential contender, must figure out how to project force without meddling in foreigners’ business.
To understand why Hamas targets Israeli civilians, hospitals, and schools, go back some 70 years, to Israel’s founding and the collective Arab response.
We either have an incompetent Secretary of State or a momentous shift in Middle East policy. Either way, Kerry’s actions have created a bigger mess.
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