Monthly Archives: May 2020

Our Soft Enemy

Israel has many enemies. There are our “hard enemies” that fight us with weapons and explosives. And then there is the European Union. The European Union is an organization of monumental size and bureaucratic complexity. It has been compared to … Continue reading

Posted in Diplomatic warfare, Europe and Israel | 2 Comments

Annex it Already

Discussions of “annexation” by Israel’s new unity government have triggered shrieks of outrage from the usual suspects, from Mahmoud Abbas to the EU to Joe Biden. The Arab League announced that it would be a “new war crime…against the Palestinian … Continue reading

Posted in 'Peace' Process, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, Terrorism, US-Israel Relations | 3 Comments

Jews and Evangelicals: it’s Complicated

I have lived a large part of my life outside the Jewish bubble. I have known many Evangelical Christians, and some of them have been good friends. So I wasn’t surprised to hear about “God TV” and its attempt – … Continue reading

Posted in Israeli Society, Media | 2 Comments

One Small Enemy

I was looking at my Twitter feed this morning in search of something interesting to write about, and I came across yet another tendentious anti-Israel tweet from Lara Friedman of the Foundation for Middle East Peace (FMEP). Friedman will always … Continue reading

Posted in American Jews, Information war, US-Israel Relations | 1 Comment