Op-ed: A state with complete academic freedom, with Arab ministers and MKs, a state that fosters Arab professors, doctors, pharmacists and teachers, can’t be called an ‘apartheid state,’ unless it’s by ignorant or evil people. And the last person who can throw this accusation at Israel is a dictator like Erdoan who has been cracking down on freedom of speech and the free press in his own country.
Op-ed: Although Hamas has already admitted that 50 of the Palestinians killed on the Gaza border some two weeks ago were its own operatives, the ‘massacre’ claims have become a consensus in progressive circles in Israel and worldwide. The result of this incitement campaign is a radicalization of Muslim communities across Europe.
Op-ed: As part of their strategy to internationalize the conflict, the Palestinians are trying to replace the language too: To stop ‘talking diplomatically’ and start ‘talking legally.’ The Israeli challenge, therefore, isn’t to win in Gaza, but to win in the international arena.
Op-ed: The former London mayor's exit from the Labour Party saved its leader from having to confront a major concern over anti-Semitism, and Jeremy Corbyn's statements after the decision only reflect his reluctance to tackle the problem.