June 5, 2019

Although no one can predict who will win this election, we should still pronounce Benny Gantz’s inaugural speech last week a winner. After enduring mockery as a sphinx, keeping too quiet, Gantz found his voice, flapped his wings and soared. 

The speech didn’t offer any...

April 18, 2019

Coincidentally, Rabbi Wilfred Shuchat, the spiritual leader of Montreal’s Congregation Shaar Hashomayim from 1946 to 1993, and Amos Oz, Israel’s great novelist, died within hours of each other in late December.

Looking at both their lives illuminates the Jewish people’s...

March 1, 2019

This may be the first thank-you letter you’ve ever received in The Jerusalem Post (article was originally published here), but you’ve performed an important public service. You’ve given a gift to the often-quarreling Jewish people. You’ve outed Progressive hypocrites a...

January 24, 2019

Last week, the Alice Walker antisemitism controversy shifted from the New York Times to the History News Network (HNN). This time, legendary novelist Walker and a historian stooge proved downright Trumpian in doubling-down on offensive insults and displaying a stunning...

January 8, 2019

I recently attended a nationalist rally in Kemp Mill, Maryland. Emotions were stoked by fire, slogans, catchphrases, speeches and a vision of what made America great.

This rally, however, lacked strobe lights, megaphones and shouts. At this neighborhood vigil opposing t...

October 26, 2018

Birthright brings 50,000 Jews to Israel this year, but 13 spoiled-brat ideologues stage pre-planned walkouts and Diaspora liberals say, “You see, Birthright’s biased.”

O n October 22, one thousand North American leaders will convene in Tel Aviv with one thousand Israeli...

October 3, 2018

The older accusation, the more authoritative the evidence must be, even regarding sex crimes.

Sexual assault allegations dating from the 1980s against Judge Brett Kavanaugh invite an easy conclusion that’s hard to follow – and a hard conclusion that’s easy to follow. Cl...

August 24, 2018

In 1957, former prime minister Lester B. Pearson won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping deploy the UN’s blue-helmeted troops in their first large-scale role: keeping the peace between the Egyptians and the Israelis in the Sinai after the 1956 war. Sixty-one years later,...

August 13, 2018

Visiting South Africa confirms that beyond never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity, Palestinians have a history of misreading history. 

Just as the Palestinians blew their chance for a state in the 1990s (yet again!) by choosing dictatorship and terrorism ov...

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Bahrain Summit Foretells the Future of Peace in the Middle East

June 20, 2019

INTO THE FRAY: The deadly detriments of a doctrine of defense

June 20, 2019

INTO THE FRAY: The Bahrain Conference: Failure Foretold

June 9, 2019

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