Monthly Archives: December 2014

To whom it may concern

To whom it may concern in Europe and the US: We are tired of hearing that withdrawal from Judea and Samaria will bring peace. We know and you know that it would bring another Gaza. So stop saying it. We … Continue reading

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When Jew-hatred comes to America

At the end of the 19th century, Theodore Herzl and Max Nordau realized that Jews had no future in Europe. They understood that enlightenment and emancipation hadn’t put an end to Jew-hatred, and progressive politics wouldn’t either. Europe, they saw, … Continue reading

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Elections (or not)

Right now, the domestic political scene in Israel is in total chaos. Although there will supposedly be a final vote to dissolve the Knesset tomorrow, which — if it happens — will bring elections in March, it’s possible that either … Continue reading

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Secret White House transcript revealed

News item: U.S. President Barack Obama‚Äôs administration is examining taking action against the construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, rather than making do with issuing denunciatory statements. Senior Israeli officials said that White House officials held a classified … Continue reading

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Yes, we need a Basic Law: the Jewish State

One of the reasons I haven’t written anything for a week is that I’ve been thinking about the “Jewish State Law.” I wrote about it here, but since then there has been vicious criticism of the idea from the Left, … Continue reading

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