Farewell to your ashes, Peres. It's not pleasant to say so, but as a public figure, you were buried long ago by those eulogizing you today. And allow me to just add this: Their tears are crocodile tears.
If Israel is on the verge of a moral abyss, then Peres had a part in that. If it’s a country en route to apartheid, he was a founding partner. The truth must be told: Shimon Peres wanted peace, but never saw Palestinians as equal to Jews.
The government’s absence from an important military exercise is a badge of dishonor for its handling of national security.
If Netanyahu is really serious, let him pull the Arab initiative out of the trash bin where he unceremoniously tossed it, and give it a closer look.
The resurgence in knifing attacks show that the Palestinian sovereign is increasingly less relevant in the lives of its subjects and its legitimacy is eroding.
While rabbis won't outright endorse Clinton or Trump, the deep distress over the Donald has led some rabbis to reconsider their usual policies when it comes to politics and their holiday sermon.
No, they’re not Jewish. But on stage last night, the two candidates embodied the clash between two Jewish archetypes - and lawyerly Clinton trounced Trump the businessman gonif.
Shimon Peres was a relentless optimist and a tough and resourceful patriot. He sought peace for Israel's long-term security, and out of a profound compassion for the Palestinians to fulfill their destiny through statehood.
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