Sunday, May 28, 2023


Abbas’s War of Instruction at the UN

In his twisted logic, Abbas thinks Israel’s only remaining connection to sympathy is the Holocaust, so the more he can deconstruct it, the more he breaks down Israel’s armor.

Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels was quoted as saying: “During a war, news should be given out for


Israelis May Be Terrorized, But They Are Still Staying Put

This is a tale that most Westerners cannot ever comprehend.

The cultures, mindset and concepts of conflict resolution, victory and loss that inform this tale are so divergent that they baffle most Westerners and leave them dumbstruck, especially Americans. And this most recent


After Judicial Reform, the Electoral Process Is Next

When there are no restraints on what the government can do, the road will be open to “adjustments” (tricks) and “reforms” (schemes and conspiracies) in the electoral process.

All the recent polls predict that had the elections been held today, the current coalition


Israel’s Civil War Over Judicial Reform

The Right is unlikely to proceed because Israel is in an unprecedented state of polarization. Everyone is under pressure to take sides.

The first 100 days of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government have seen Israel experience massive turmoil.


Israel Independence Day: The Phoenix Nation Survives, Inspires

At this moment of American despair, division and distrust, celebrating Israel’s 75th anniversary can inspire Americans.

It’s become fashionable again to question whether Israeli democracy will survive or even whether Israel will survive. Actually, Israel’s


Where Holocaust Commemoration Succeeded and Where It Failed

Museums, archives of testimonies and educational efforts preserved the survivors’ legacy. Still, that won’t counter contemporary antisemitic hatred and disinformation.

In the 1980s, as the generation of Holocaust survivors began to age, the Jewish world found itself pondering some


Are We Being Deceived By Iran Yet Again?

Signs are that the drama was once again superficial and that the IAEA and the West may have fallen for yet another deception by Tehran.

It was early March. Iran had been caught red-handed just a couple of weeks earlier, enriching uranium to the 84% level, the closest it had


A Political Overdraft That Is Endangering Israel

Emptying our political bank account while the situation in the Shomron is escalating and Iran races towards a nuclear weapon places Israel in a dangerous situation.

In order for a bank to run successfully and enable its owners to trust it, it is important that it has sufficient


Democrats’ Attitudes Towards Israel Reach a Tipping Point

The rise of the intersectional left is the primary reason why, for the first time, Gallup says Democrats sympathize more with the Palestinians than with the Jewish state.

The history of the pro-Israel movement in the United States was always predicated on one goal: creating a bipartisan


Blocking Terror, One Platform at a Time

The Palestinians were among the first extremists to weaponize social media and maximize the reach of this anonymous, far-reaching soapbox.

The U.S. Supreme Court heard the oral arguments this past month in two cases involving an antiquated and obsolete law, Section 230 of the 1996


Nikki Haley Makes Her Move

Haley has the skills and possibly the support base to mount a credible and perhaps competitive underdog campaign.

As the 2024 election begins to slide slowly into view, it’s now clear that barring an unforeseen health issue, Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee for


Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Israel’s Anti-Terror Strategy

The Biden administration has once again criticized Israel for dismantling the homes of Palestinian Arab terrorists. U.S. officials say the practice is unfair because, as State Department spokesman Ned Price has put it, “the home of an entire family shouldn’t be demolished for the action of one individual.”

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