Tag Archives: Israel

Israel should go “all the way” in Gaza

The editor-in-chief of the Times of Israel, David Horovitz, speculates in his blog post on why Israel’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, is hesitant to go “all the way” in Gaza. He offers a few potential explanations, among them that maybe … Continue reading

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When will an Israeli leader find some balls?

Some might think that the ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas terrorists is a good thing. I mean, the fighting will stop and everyone can carry on as normal—what’s there not to like, right? Wrong. The only party the ceasefire … Continue reading

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Natan Sharansky, “The Case for Democracy”

It may very well be that I’ve just discovered my absolute favourite book I’ve read in 2011. And quite possibly my favourite book of all times. Of all the political books I’ve read in my life, this has to be … Continue reading

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Operation: Last Chance, by Dr Efraim Zuroff

Commitment. Dedication. Willingness. Devotion. Mission. There are millions of people who have no idea what that means. There are millions of people who don’t understand these virtues and don’t even want to. Unfortunately, there are even those who hate people with such qualities. … Continue reading

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