A prominent scholar who argues for a nuclear Iran could not be more wrong.
Israel’s story is one of the great chapters in the annals of history.
Celebrating Israel’s unique resolve, resilience, courage, and ingenuity.
Surely the NY Times could have found a travel writer on Jerusalem who doesn't have baggage on the topic.
Ignoring the real issues involved in his release, the paper writes an infuriating op-ed bashing Israel's prime minister.
The lies and distortions of Mahmoud Abbas in his NYT op-ed is a clear rejection of peace.
Will these fallacies be replaced, at long last, by a dose of reality?
I lost friends in the crash that killed key leaders from the Polish government, economy, and military.
When Israel isn't involved, suddenly pro-Palestinian forces are silent.
Could they distinguish between a democratic state and a terrorist entity? Clearly not.
Step back from the news of the moment and take stock of the larger picture.
What is the truth about the Israel lobby?
Here's my list. I invite readers to suggest other examples that particularly irk them.
The destabilizing factors in the Middle East run far deeper than the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It's time to recognize that Israel is in danger and needs our help. If we Jews aren't going to respond to the call, who will?