If we contrast Israel with its Arab neighbors, it would be a gross exaggeration to regard Israel as a totalitarian state, to say nothing of
George Orwell (1903-1950)—novelist, journalist, and probably the greatest literary critic of the twentieth century—has been accused of anti-Semitism. In 1946 he wrote: “… the only
A Postscript to Two Recent Articles In his February 15, 2007 paper, “The Illusion of ‘Peace in Exchange for Territories,’” Dr. Mordechai Kedar of the
As is fairly well known, the Israel-PLO Declaration of Principles of September 13, 1993, known as the Oslo Agreement, has produced a litany of personal
The Knesset has welcomed the appointment of Supreme Court critic Prof. Daniel Friedman as justice minister. The members of the Knesset will now have their
Part I At the risk of offending religious people, I am going to argue in Part II of this essay that Israel’s religious parties have
While the Arabs who call themselves “Palestinians” volunteer to fight alongside their Iraqi kinsmen, President George Bush repeatedly proclaims his commitment to a Palestinian state.