The United Nations (UN) is often a theater of the absurd, where events take place that represent the exact opposite reality. So it was with the Palestinians and the G-77 last week.
The New York Times has never been a big fan of Israel, or non-assimilated and non-leftist Jews for that matter. But it’s hard to escape the impression that the Times has decided to intensify its hostile stance towards Israel, Israeli Jews, and American…
Erdogan’s empowerment in the framework of the U.S. withdrawal from Syria is by far the largest negative consequence of the move.
Time will tell whether Trump’s decision to remove U.S. forces from Syria was a prelude to disaster for U.S. allies and a boon for America’s enemies, or whether the opposite is the case. But what is clear enough is that move is not entirely negative.
Like their predecessors in the Middle Ages, today’s leftists see Jews who denounce Jews and the Jewish state as “good Jews.”
Israel maintains that Lebanon’s government and the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) are effectively controlled by Hezbollah, the Iranian proxy force.
Tuesday appears to have marked the beginning of a serious bid by Israel finally to confront and defeat Iran’s proxy, Hezbollah.
The root of Israel’s enduring significance to the U.S. is found in the fact that the Jewish state shares all of America’s core interests in relation to the region.
It is far better to have a leader that recognizes and accepts the world as it is in all its cruelties, and works with allies – even authoritarian ones – against common foes, than to be led by men and women who prefer the posture of morality at the expe…
Last Wednesday, Israel’s Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman resigned his position in protest over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to agree to a ceasefire with Hamas.