Monthly Archives: April 2018

The case for regime change in Iran

What can or should be done in response to the continuing Syrian bloodbath? And who, if anyone, should do it? In a NY Times column, Max Fisher has described “America’s Three Bad Options in Syria” (he leaves out the fourth … Continue reading

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No, it isn’t Kent State on the Mediterranean*

I talked to an American friend yesterday. She is well-educated and interested in current events, and she was concerned about what was going on at the border with Gaza. She read me an AP news account that was in her … Continue reading

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The political storm over African migrants

Before you can discuss solutions to the problem of the African infiltrators, migrants, asylum seekers or refugees in Israel – call them what you want – you should know the facts. You are strongly encouraged to read about them here; … Continue reading

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Must all our residents be citizens?

Someone asked me a question on Facebook. Social media demands that all answers be given while standing on one foot, and since I’m not Hillel, I’m going to present my answer here, using both feet. So here is the question … Continue reading

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