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“Palestine” – Time to say “No!”

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column “Palestine” – Time to say “No!” (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray)‬‬ The two-state paradigm’s deadly detriments are now so glaringly apparent that it is becoming increasingly difficult to reconcile calls for Palestinian statehood with genuine concern for the well-being of the […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Unilateral concessions: The latent agenda for the April elections

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column Unilateral concessions: The latent agenda for the April elections (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Despite claims to the contrary, the Palestinian-Arabs, territory and the fate of the Jewish settlements will permeate the agenda of the April elections, lurking below and hovering above all […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Benny Morris – An unlikely proponent of incentivized Arab emigration?

If, as Morris maintains, a peaceable two-state outcome is unattainable, and a one-state outcome will lead to a Muslim-majority tyranny, then a large-scale initiative for incentivized Arab emigration is the only policy that can preserve the Jewish nation-state

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INTO THE FRAY Palestine: What if the Six-Day War never took place?

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: Palestine: What if the Six-Day War never took place? (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) If the “West Bank” was part of the “Hashemite Kingdom” up to 1967, how did it suddenly become the Palestinians’ long-yearned-for homeland which, up until then, they […]

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INTO THE FRAY Commanders for Israel’s (In)security: Taking the name of security in vain

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: Commanders for Israel’s (In)security: Taking the name of security in vain (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) There is no greater irony than the spectacle of scores of ex-senior security officials, who spent their adult life defending Israel, now promoting a political […]

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