The problem with the BLM platform, released last week, isn’t the couple of paragraphs on Israel, it’s the 37,000 other words on America.
J Street has lost its purpose now that the peace process is dead. Instead of fighting Israel’s occupation, it battles the only tactic that could end the injustice, writes Larry Derfner.
John Kerry is poised to present a ‘framework agreement’ that Israelis would be crazy to reject and Palestinians crazy to accept. What will J Street say to that?
Israeli leaders almost never suffer any consequences for making outrageous racist remarks. Why not apply the same standards that we did to Jesse Jackson and ‘Hymie-town’?
Anti-Arab discrimination has been exposed at Israeli amusement parks, banks and pools. What does these shameful facts say about the hopes for a decent future for all?
The plain vanilla Israeli bedroom community of Modi’in gave Yair Lapid’s centrist party 27 percent of its vote. Now the time has come to ask: What does it want in return?
There is remarkably little public discussion in Israel about an attack on Iran. People may not talk about it much, but you can be sure they will back a war, Larry Derfner writes.
Israel has long muted any recognition of the Armenian genocide because it could damage ties with Turkey. Now it is making a hypocritical U-turn, writes Larry Derfner.
A funny thing happened on the march to war with Iran. Israel’s democracy woke up and asked if it is really worth the cost. That’s called sanity, Larry Derfner argues.
Congress acted tough by threatening to withhold aid from the Palestinians. It actually showed how little leverage the U.S. has. That might not be a bad thing, Larry Derfner writes.