Category: Peace Process

A Potpourri of Punditry

Oct 12, 2010

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Here is a potpourri of punditry on Israel’s demand for recognition as the Jewish state, Obama’s mistakes, Islamic radicalism, the settlement freeze, Israel’s monopolies, and the fight for Jerusalem.

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JPPPI Pumping for the “Traumatic” Division of Jerusalem?

Oct 11, 2010

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Jewish leaders convening in Jerusalem at this sensitive time of Israel-Palestinian negotiations should be looking for ways to strengthen the Jewish People’s permanent claim to united Jerusalem, not searching for ways out of the “trauma” of conceding Jerusalem, as Avinoam Bar-Yosef of the JPPPI hints.

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Whither US-Israel Relations?

Sep 28, 2010

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The October 2010 news bulletin of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies has a fascinating and sobering roundtable discussion with professors Gilboa, Inbar, Rynhold, Singer and Steinberg on the future of US-Israel relations, beyond the current round of peace diplomacy. It also has articles on Israeli responses to the threat of nuclear terrorism, IDF reforms post Lebanon and Gaza wars, 20 new BESA Center publications, and more. Edited by yours truly. Read excerpts here and online at www.besacenter.org

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What would be if Israel Relinquished Control of Jerusalem’s Old City?

Sep 12, 2010

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Watch the important short documentary, just released, called Echoes of a Shofar, which tells the story of the brave Israeli teenagers who defiantly blew shofar at the Western Wall at Yom Kippur’s end – during the British Mandate years, when it was illegal to do so. A reminder why Israel should never relinquish control of Jerusalem’s Old City.

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Woe will be a Divided Jerusalem

Mar 27, 2010

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The widely held presumption that splitting Jerusalem will lead to prosperity for the city and to peace for Jews and Arabs is an egregious error. Partitioning Jerusalem will destroy the city. It will die, in every way – culturally, religiously, economically and more. And it will turn into a Belfast-style battlefield.

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Making Nice to Mubarak

Aug 17, 2009

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Is it any wonder that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visited Washington davka when Congress was out of session?

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Saudi Sanctimony

Jul 8, 2009

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If His Royal Solicitude, King Abdullah, really wanted to lead the Arab world towards peace with Israel, he could find a way or two to express his “moderation” more clearly and make things happen. But no. The sang-froid Saudis always seem to hew to a self-serving p.r. minimum.

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To Arafat’s health

Jul 7, 2002

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As long as Arafat continues on his way, Israel has no reason to transfer title in the territories to any Palestinian authority.

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Make Mubarak Sweat

Dec 6, 1998

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Congress should hint to Mubarak that there are costs to Egyptian bellicosity towards Israel.

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The boycott business

Oct 24, 1993

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Published in The Jerusalem Post, October 24, 1993.
By Harry Wall, director, and David Weinberg, assistant director, of the Anti-Defamation League’s Israel Office.
WITH the peace process well under way and Israel …

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