Congratulations, Jared Kushner: by denying that Palestinians have rights, you’re destroying the chances that Jews will be able to maintain theirs.
Contrary to my friend Ari Fuld, I believe that there are compromises that need to be made in order for our Jewish State to prevail.
Trump’s approach towards us Palestinians is not just about us. As devastating as his dismissal of our suffering is, it’s a harbinger of what’s to come
“I hesitate even to put a month on it because it has shifted as we continue to listen and talk to people.”
Throughout my two decades at APN, I’ve seen and experienced a lot of ups and downs. I’ve felt many disappointments, but also moments of great hope.
The Tablet article explicitly tied Salazar’s evolving views on Israel, from very pro-Israel to supporting BDS, to questions about her Jewishness.
To a growing number of Diaspora Jews, it feels like Israel is pushing us away. If Israel cares to bridge the gap, what should it do?
“What you say makes sense. …[In a one-state scenario,] the prime minister of Israel in a few years will be called Mohammed,” Trump told King Abdullah.
The debate over settlements in the public sphere has been reduced to two strongly opinionated and loud sides who refuse to see the middle ground.
The IDF and Israel’s government bodies are pioneers of transparent communication.