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Ha’aretz, Lost in Translation

Last month, the Israeli daily newspaper Ha’aretz sought to expand its influence among its extensive English-reading readership with the launch of a freshly redesigned...

Syria: More Leading From Behind

Barack Obama’s response to the upheavals across the Arab world is bad news for Israel, which has endured Assad-sponsored terrorism and understandably fears the...

Israel’s Peace Quest 45 Years after Six-Day War

This week marks the forty-fifth anniversary of the Six-Day War, the seismic event that has shaped the subsequent history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The...

Democracy is no Panacea

The rise to power of Islamists in Egypt skewers myths about peace.As Egyptian voters recently went to the polls in what was their first-ever...

Forecasting the Jewish Vote in 2012

The question returns every presidential election year: is the Jewish vote up for grabs? For longer than anyone can remember most American Jews have...

PA Prisoners Are Hungry, But For What?

Fewer (much fewer) than 1% of the Arab prisoners hunger-striking in Israeli prisons are administrative detainees. Almost all were charged, tried and convicted for...

Addressing Child Abuse Allegations in the Hasidic Community

The crime of sexually abusing a child, including adolescents and teens, is so heinous that the public is immediately shocked and angered. For a...

From Hank Greenberg to Delmon Young

Slurs against Jews and blacks - the source is the same kind of bigotry, but the results are vastly different. And how about anti-Semitic...

Why an Israeli Consensus Regarding the Response to Iran Must be Priority #1 of the New Coalition Government

The issue of how to deal with the threat of Iran manufacturing a nuclear bomb is a matter affecting Israel’s very existence and, therefore,...

Ehud Olmert and Intelligence Heads in Destructive Rampages

We have recently been subjected to a variety of prominent Israelis publicly besmirching their country in order to promote their personal agendas or compensate...

South Sudan is a Jewish Cause

The great Jewish historian, Salo W. Baron, famously criticized the “lachrymose” conception of Jewish history, by which he meant the reduction of the Jewish...

Is Turkey Getting Dragged into War with Syria?

Since the first wave of uprisings in Syria, and with the increasingly violent crackdown strategy of President Bashar al-Assad, Turkey has significantly shifted its...

At Harvard, Dennis Ross Takes Another Bite of the Apple

The nearly 20-year-old peace process between Israel and the Arabs has become a self-sustaining industry, producing lucrative incomes and prestigious accolades for people who...

Mike Wallace: A Dissent

Praise for Mike Wallace as a probing investigative reporter saturated news media immediately after his death April 7 at age 93. Virtually all tributes...

Deterring Iran on Friday the 13th

Undeterred by the superstitions associated with Friday the thirteenth, negotiators are slated to meet in Istanbul on April 13 for new talks on resolving...

Running From His Record, Obama Spinning Poll Results Ineffectively

A recent survey by the Public Religion Research of Jewish Voters, sent campaign Obama all over the place, spinning the poll results that show...

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