Tag: Arab-Israeli conflict

Dr. Kissinger is the most consequential figure in US foreign policy of the past century. His record regarding Jews and Israel remains controversial, but I think that on balance Kissinger deserves respect.
Israel needs creative maneuvering to ensure its security, alongside devotion to Zionist and Jewish goals. Announcing the new Institute for Zionist Strategy and National Security (Misgav), led by Meir Ben Shabbat. (I am involved too.)
If the Jordanians hold a “special role” on the Temple Mount, supposedly meaning they help keep the peace, why have they allowed it to become ground zero for antisemitic incitement and violence? Where does King Abdullah’s well-massaged image as a “moderate” find expression in management of the Temple Mount?
In Washington and other capitals, an ungenerous spirit has set in. Israel’s new government, which finally may be formed in the coming week, will have to pushback hard against this increasingly brazen, vulgar, and hypocritical trend.
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