The drivel Israel's ex-defense minister spouted last week, essentially supporting institutionalization of the West Bank apartheid regime, is a perfect expression of the country's new mainstream
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The American left has understandable political objectives, and its battle against Trump is necessary and justified to realize its political plans. But the struggle of the American left cannot be the struggle of Israelis who desire peace
Netanyahu is a great speaker and Trump has a hard time putting together a coherent sentence, but both share an inability to deliver. They are dying to expel, annex, throw out and destroy – but they can’t.
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It is unlikely that Netanyahu and Kahlon are about to finalize a deal, though Netanyahu's statement reveals his stance on what should be done with higher-than-expected tax revenues that have been flowing into state coffers
The funds will be used to fund Israel's development and infrastructure needs, such as highways and schools, as set by the cabinet
Reuven Rivlin sees his role as keeping Israel from descending into an abyss, led down by a PM plagued by graft investigations ■ Netanyahu wants an election, but doesn't yet have the power to get it done
Where are the others, and is there really a possibility Yad Vashem will ever recognize them too?
Larry Hogan signs an executive order barring the state from engaging in business with companies that boycott Israel or its settlements in the West Bank
Netanyahu appointee Moshe Nissim, tasked in mid-August with heading off crisis with Diaspora Jews, admits he hasn’t even begun