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Like many others, I sat at my computer with baited breath Wednesday waiting for Secretary of State John Kerry to explain the background to the U.S. abstention on last week’s United Nations … more
A Jewish ambassador to Israel who is more sympathetic to Israel than to the Palestinians, and who will respect the wishes of the Israeli public and government? Shocking! I’m not being … more
After years of silence, the Obama administration has finally spoken out about an American citizen who was killed in Israel.   There’s just one catch. The focus of the … more
Professors at a number of American universities have found a new cause: demanding the release of a terrorist who murdered two college students. This disturbing story begins on Feb. 21, 1969. That … more
Archaeologists have uncovered yet more evidence of the ancient Jewish connection to Jerusalem — the very same week that UNESCO and the Palestinian Authority (PA) were declaring that Jews have … more
The U.S. State Department denounced the latest terrorist attack in Jerusalem by condemning “the statements glorifying this reprehensible and cowardly attack.” At first, it might seem … more
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas suffered chest pains last week and was rushed to a hospital in Ramallah. The episode was a reminder of the dangers and risks Israel will face if it heeds demands for … more
A group advocating Palestinian statehood recently took out a full-page ad in the New York Times to warn that there will be “a Palestinian majority” in Israel in less than a decade unless … more
While walking through my Jerusalem hotel dining room thinking about the news from the states that a U.S. court had tossed out a $655 million terrorism judgment, a young woman came up and gave me a … more
It’s not the end of the world just because an Egyptian athlete refused to shake hands with his Israeli counterpart at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro last week. After all, the Egyptian is the … more
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