The assumption that Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah movement seek the end of what we call the ‘occupation’ may well be baseless
As far as those making the human rights argument are concerned, the Palestinians can burn in hell as long as our hands remain spotless
If the liberal elites continue to condemn the right of self-determination and so see it as an expression of racism, only the racists will remain to defend it
While the Palestinian leader's words of peace are not sharp or precise, his remarks about the holy right of return and the martyrs are surprisingly clear
Many members of the BDS movement, who are trying to eliminate Israel, feel the materials from B’Tselem and Breaking the Silence advance their goals
The country is more liberal and democratic than ever; cries of ‘Nazi Germany’ only isolate the left further and imply that decent people should turn their backs on Israel.
Responding to the arguments of those who make this baseless comparison gives it far more respect than it deserves, but a closer look the motivations behind it reveals a desire not to save Israeli democracy but to turn one's back to it.
Even Yossi Beilin has come to the realization that the Palestinians are also responsible for the lack of a peace agreement.
The multicultural view rests on the moral kitsch that identifies victimization with justice. Unfortunately, in the real world, victims are not necessarily saints, still less saintly liberals.
Balad MKs have never disguised their aspiration to change Israel's nature as the nation-state of the Jewish people. What's becoming clear is the strategy they have chosen for this purpose.