Op-ed: As a country facing crises of economy, security and status, Egypt is in need of a rapid return to domestic stability and leadership within the Arab World. Brokering an end to the Israel Palestinian conflict could bring the Egyptians back from the brink, to the forefront of a new Middle East. President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi may be just the man to do it; and ten percent of the Sinai Peninsula may be just the place for him to do so.
Op-ed: At their meeting in Helsinki this week, Trump and Putin presented a united front. Both agreed to uphold the 1974 Separation of Forces Agreement between Israel and Syria. These leaders' support of Israel is so astonishing that it calls to mind President Regan's historical support of the Israeli air strike in Iraq.
Op-ed: A unilateral nationality law contradicts the vow we made to ourselves and to the world in the Declaration of Independence, which says the state is the national home of the Jewish people, but at the same time will 'maintain full equality for all its citizens, regardless of religion, race or gender.'
Op-ed: There is a growing acceptance and support of extreme right-wing views demonstrated by support for the defendants in the Duma terror trials. The practical objectives of Jewish rebel groups have turned into attempts to overthrow the government and start religious wars in order to establish a state governed by radical Jewish Law.