Caroline Glick
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Last week’s diplomatic calendar highlighted the difference between this year’s foreign policies and last year’s. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair … more
The four farmers of Arugot Farm, located on the eastern side of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc, were tense last Monday morning. They had just gotten word that the next day, 100 soldiers were set … more
Even before last week’s suicide bombings outside the Kabul airport, the US media was acting with rare unanimity. For the first time in memory, US media organs across the ideological and … more
The Taliban’s seizure of control over Afghanistan was looming large over Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s visit with President Joe Biden this Thursday, and its implications … more
On July 11, the American Jewish establishment tried to prove that it could fight anti-Semitism and be progressive at the same time. It failed. Outside of Congress that day, dozens of American … more
America is changing before our eyes. But the Israeli Finance Ministry apparently hasn’t paid it any mind. Last week, the head of procurement at the Finance Ministry’s Accountant … more
After being forced by COVID-19 restrictions to celebrate Passover alone last year, like their Israeli brethren, American Jews were by and large able to celebrate the Passover seder … more
According to media reports in Israel and the United States, on March 11 Israel’s ties with Jordan stood on the brink of the abyss. But then, five to 10 minutes passed and everything went … more
Over the past several weeks, Israel’s political commentators have repeatedly declared the demise of the political left. On the face of things, they are correct. The polls all show that the … more
Three diplomatic events transpired last week. Together they describe the crossroads at which Israel now stands following the US presidential elections. First, the Palestinian Authority … more
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