Category: The Jerusalem Post

Rethinking the Peace Process

Mar 20, 2015

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Netanyahu should capitalize on his sweeping victory to reset the diplomatic table by outlining a pragmatic process that Israel can participate in, and to draw clear Israeli red lines as to acceptable contours of a solution. Doing so is especially urgent since Israel is already facing a renewed international campaign for West Bank withdrawals.

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Hyperbolically blaming Bibi

Mar 12, 2015

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It’s been a silly and nasty election season. Netanyahu’s opponents have taken to ridiculously faulting him for the most far-fetched ills of this world, instead of accurately and intellectually critiquing him, in proportionate fashion, for his many mistakes and weaknesses.

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The Israeli wine awakening

Mar 6, 2015

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For Shushan Purim, I review 20 fantastic Israeli wines, from different geographical areas of the country – each with its unique terroir. Pour some biblically-evocative, Zionist, kosher wine this Purim weekend, in celebration of Israel’s strength, creativity and spirituality.

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Epistle to Congress

Feb 26, 2015

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Here is my suggestion for the speech that Netanyahu is to give in Washington on March 3 – on fortitude, fate and a binary moment of clarity. “Is America is ready to legitimize a seismic shift in the global balance of power through an irresolute and debilitating bargain with the Ayatollahs of Iran? I pray not.”

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What explains Obama’s zeal for a deal with Iran?

Feb 19, 2015

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It’s ardor for Islam and sympathy for Islamic ambitions of global leadership, not just distaste for American overreach, that apparently fuels Obama’s secretive dash towards a deal with Iran. There is no other plausible explanation for his willingness to overlook Iran’s emerging Islamic empire.

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A Salute to John Baird

Feb 6, 2015

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The bold Canadian Foreign Minister demonstrated that you can do moral diplomacy in a cynical world. He set a principled, pro-Israel precedent. Perhaps his clarity will yet prove universally contagious.

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Experience versus Experiment

Jan 30, 2015

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Israelis want the vigilance of Binyamin Netanyahu and Bogie Yaalon, not the unpredictability and inexperience of Tzipi Livni, Stav Shafir, Bougie Herzog and Amir Peretz, in government. Labor’s risky, unilateral withdrawal plan would lead to a dangerous security vacuum filled by radical Islamic actors.

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Halting Obama’s Iran Surrender

Jan 23, 2015

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Netanyahu believes with every bone in his body that the contours of Obama’s emerging deal with Iran are dangerous for the world and existentially disastrous for Israel. He should be applauded for the initiative to speak forthrightly on the Iranian threat in Congress next month. It’s called leadership.

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J’accuse la France

Jan 16, 2015

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France’s unbalanced approach to the Arab-Israeli conflict has created a much-too-comfortable environment for the resurgence of anti-Semitic violence in France. The bias against Israel in French Mideast policy is a benchmark for the (im)morality of France, and, alas, a trigger for attacks in France against Jews.

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Countering punch-drunk Palestinians

Jan 8, 2015

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Israel must flex some muscle to disabuse Abbas of the notions that he can demand the sky and coerce Israel by appealing to international courts.

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