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

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column  The deadly detriments of a doctrine of defense (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray)   “Every round of violence, in which the results are not a clear-cut IDF victory is, in the eyes of Israel’s enemies, another nail in the coffin of the Zionist […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Restoring Jewish Sovereignty

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column  Restoring Jewish Sovereignty (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray)  Intensive investment must be made in civil society frameworks that can not only draw the idea of extended Israeli sovereignty into the main-stream discourse as a legitimate political objective, but as one that can dominate […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Gaza – Disaster foretold

 For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column Gaza: Disaster foretold (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) What has unfolded in Gaza should not really surprise anyone willing to face up to the inclement realities. After all, it was not only entirely foreseeable, but easily foreseen   It appears this week on […]

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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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