Category Archives: US-Israel Relations

Sovereign or Satellite?

The Biden Administration has made it clear that it intends to reopen its consulate on Agron St. in Jerusalem.  The consulate, which in the past served as the unofficial US Embassy to the Palestinian Authority (PA), was closed by President … Continue reading

Posted in Diplomatic warfare, Israel and Palestinian Arabs, US-Israel Relations | 3 Comments

Ein Breira

Recently I have been hearing that Israel can’t stop Iran’s nuclear program, and America is our only hope. For example, here is Daniel Gordis: [Former PM Ehud] Barak wrote that Israel no longer has a viable military option for preventing … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, American society, Iran, US-Israel Relations | 9 Comments

On Being Self-Sufficient

You can talk for a long time about what we learned from the Holocaust, but there is one proposition that stands out as important to the Jewish people today: In response to an existential threat, we cannot depend on other … Continue reading

Posted in US-Israel Relations, War | Leave a comment

The Post-American Age and Israel

The American debacle in Afghanistan is bad for America, and bad for Europe. The jihadists of the Middle East have received a huge gift of military equipment. They may even receive “humanitarian aid” from the US, in return for releasing … Continue reading

Posted in American politics, Terrorism, The Future, US-Israel Relations | 5 Comments

Bennett Should Have Stayed Home

Israel’s PM, Naftali Bennett, is already in the US and will be meeting with US President Biden on Thursday. There are some who think that Bennett should have stayed home. While it is unlikely that the administration can be convinced … Continue reading

Posted in 'Peace' Process, American politics, Iran, Israeli Politics, US-Israel Relations | 5 Comments