Monthly Archives: October 2014

Was Kahane right?

Some years ago I was arrested by the Israeli police and charged with “incitement to revolution.” The grounds? I had reached the conclusion that it was impossible to find a solution for the Arab-Jewish confrontation in the Land of Israel … Continue reading

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How to deal with irrationality and chaos — Part II

In my last post, I gave several examples of irrational or even crazy international behavior that is dangerous for Israel. A country or other entity behaves irrationally when it acts in ways that are inconsistent with reality, do not serve … Continue reading

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How to deal with irrationality and chaos — Part I

Words like ‘insanity’, ‘derangement’ and (more mildly) ‘irrationality’ are used more and more these days in discourse about the Middle East. In no particular order: The insane hatred for Israel in Europe. David P. Goldman explains the European derangement (his … Continue reading

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UK Parliament favors recognition of Palestine

News item: After a four-hour debate during which over 50 MPs spoke, the British Parliament overwhelmingly voted in favor of the government recognizing Palestine as a state on Monday night. The ayes had it when 274 MPs voted to adopt … Continue reading

Posted in Europe and Israel, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Israeli Politics | 1 Comment

Reconsider the loyalty oath

One of the interesting things about the State of Israel is that it is suffused with people that hate it and want to destroy it. Some Jerusalem Arabs, for example, are doing their best to destroy the light rail system … Continue reading

Posted in Israeli Arabs, Israeli Politics, Jew Hatred, Post-Zionism | 2 Comments