Monthly Archives: December 2018

Israeli politics just got more complicated

Two Israeli politicians, Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett, announced yesterday that they will leave the party they have led for the past six years and form a new party, called Hayamin Hehadash (The New Right). Recent polls say Shaked, who … Continue reading

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Our Iranian War

Tuesday night Israel hit several locations in Syria, assumed to be weapons depots which possibly contained a shipment of Fajr-5 rockets from Iran. But it’s also being reported that “senior Hezbollah personnel” were hit, shortly after boarding a plane for … Continue reading

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Question Time

Here are some answers to real questions that I’ve been asked. No, I am not an authority on anything, but my views are at least as considered (and probably more so) than those of celebrities and politicians that are often … Continue reading

Posted in 'Peace' Process, American Jews, Europe, Iran, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Israeli Arabs, Jew Hatred, War | 4 Comments

Our fragile strategic paradise

Caroline Glick is famous for viewing developments with alarm. But this time there is no doubt that her worries are justified. If Jeremy Corbyn is elected British Prime Minister, it will not only be bad for the Jews of Britain, … Continue reading

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Jordan can be Palestine

It turns out that I agree with Yair Netanyahu, the 27-year old son of the Prime Minister. Yair was sharply criticized after he posted the following on his Facebook page: There will not be peace here until: 1. All the … Continue reading

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