Category Archives: Israeli Politics

J Street uncovers a secret about Netanyahu and Trump

I think my interest in J Street could once have been called “obsessive.” I wrote numerous blog posts a few years ago, pointing out that the supposedly “pro-Israel, pro-peace” organization received financing from George Soros, mysterious billionaires in Hong Kong, … Continue reading

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Does Ofer Cassif belong in the Knesset?

You shall do no injustice in judgment: you shall not be partial to the poor, nor show favoritism to the great; but you shall judge your neighbor in righteousness. – Lev. 19:15 From Israel’s Basic Law: The Knesset, A candidates’ … Continue reading

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Bibi and Rotem

Thanks to Rotem Sela, an Israeli actress, model, and TV personality, we can learn a lesson about Zionism, nationalism, racism, and the Israeli and American Jewish Left. Here is what happened: Miri Regev, Likud loyalist and Minister of Culture and … Continue reading

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Our Strategic Balagan

Balagan: chaos, total disorder, huge mess. Borrowed from Russian. The incendiary and explosive balloons continue to be sent across our southern border, and the Hamas special “night unit” continues to burn tires and throw explosives over the fence, as well … Continue reading

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The Netanyahu Witch Hunt

Demonization, double standard, and delegitimization: the famous “Three D’s” proposed by Natan Sharansky in 2004 have proven to be a powerful tool to distinguish between legitimate criticism of Israel, and “new antisemitism,” in which the Jewish state replaces the individual … Continue reading

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