Op-ed: Gaza is an enemy state. We should respond to every rocket and mortar fire and destroy the tunnels, but we can’t base our policy entirely on sticks without carrots, and we can’t rely on Abbas to provide the strip with the carrots.
Op-ed: For months, we have been hearing about ‘the deal of the century,’ which seems more like the Loch Ness Monster: Tens of thousands are talking about it, dozens claim to have seen it, some swear they have proof of its existence, but it doesn’t really exist; there is no American peace plan beyond a partial ‘copy-paste’ of the Clinton Parameters. So why is this nice man, the US vice president, paying us a visit?
Op-ed: If Israel really attaches so much strategic importance to its relations with Jordan, why did it wait six months before solving the crisis over the killing of two citizens by an Israeli security guard?
Analysis: While President Trump's nearly unequivocal support for Israel has proven a boon in some respects—such as recognizing Jerusalem as the capital and the decision to move the US Embassy there—it may in the long run prove detrimental to Israel's Jewish and democratic character, with growing calls to annex West Bank, other unilateral moves that may destabilize region.