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INTO THE FRAY: BDS (Bibi-derangement syndrome) & the myth of Israel theocracy

  For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column BDS (Bibi-derangement syndrome) & the myth of Israel theocracy (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) From the rabid rants of the myriad of “Bibiphobes”, the uninformed observer would be led to believe that Netanyahu is to blame for every misfortune and every […]

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An Israeli Deadlock: Bibi, Gantz, Rivlin, and Liberman – Will Israel need yet another election to form their next Knesset?

          By Barry Shaw  – in the The American Spectator     This week’s Israeli elections proved one thing. Not only is Israel the only democracy in the Middle East, it is also a global democracy on steroids. The election results showed some benefits, but mainly the faults, of a multi-party electoral […]

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INTO THE FRAY: A strange thing happened on the way to the polling booth

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column A strange thing happened on the way to the polling booth (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray)  Arguably, Netanyahu’s gravest strategic miscalculation was not to call elections in May 2016 rather than capitulate to Liberman’s demand to be given the Defense portfolio.  It […]

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INTO THE FRAY: On domes and drones

      For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column  On domes and drones (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Will the growing use of drones by the Gaza-based terror groups make the billion dollar Iron Dome and anti-tunnel barrier useless—or at least irrelevant? It appears this week on the […]

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Israelis can reclaim their land at the ballot box

By Barry Shaw  – in the Times of Israel On September 10, Benjamin Netanyahu pulled off one of his famous political masterstrokes when he made a dramatic announcement one week before a contentious national election in which it looked far from certain that he would hold onto his record-breaking office as Israel’s prime minister. The […]

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