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INTO THE FRAY: Bennett and Bibi’s election boo-boo?

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: INTO THE FRAY: Bennett and Bibi’s election boo-boo? (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Given the emerging realities in Israel’s political landscape, the danger to Right-wing incumbency entailed in early elections might well be considerably less than those entailed in postponing them. […]

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INTO THE FRAY: INSS’s puerile, preposterous proposal

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: INSS’s puerile, preposterous proposal (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) The cynically minded may be forgiven for suspecting that the prime goal of INSS’s newly launched plan is the demolition of Jewish communities, rather than the future resolution of conflict or enhanced […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Israel’s Left as a jilted lover

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: Israel’s Left as a jilted lover (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) The Left in Israel is behaving like a person who cannot accept that the object of his love has chosen another in his stead It appears this week on the […]

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INTO THE FRAY: My New Year Appeal to Caroline Glick – Rethink “The Israeli Solution”.

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: My New Year Appeal to Caroline Glick – Rethink “The Israeli Solution“. (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Glick’s prescription for a “A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East” will jeopardize the Zionist enterprise no less than the two-state paradigm, […]

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INTO THE FRAY: Gaza – Liberman gets an “F”

For your perusal, my latest INTO THE FRAY column: Gaza – Liberman gets an “F” (Kindly consider “liking”, sharing, tweeting – please use hash-tag ‪#‎IntoFray) Liberman’s appointment as Defense Minister ignited expectations of a qualitatively different approach to that of his predecessor—one discernibly more robust and resolute… Sadly, this was not to be It appears […]

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