Monthly Archives: January 2016

Can the Palestinian Authority become a good neighbor?

Last Friday saw a spate of rumors that Mahmoud Abbas had suffered a stroke or other serious health crisis. On Tuesday it was announced that he would make a “major speech” Wednesday. There was speculation that he would say that … Continue reading

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How to stop the lone wolves

As I write, the man who murdered two young Jewish men on Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv, and possibly also an Arab taxi driver, is still at large. While the police are saying that this attack didn’t quite fit the … Continue reading

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Ticking bombs or a shanda fur die goyim?

In a dramatic development, a district judge ordered the police and Shabak to release a suspected Jewish extremist who had been held in administrative detention for a month, not allowed to speak to a lawyer for almost three weeks, and … Continue reading

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