The Washington Post chooses the Jewish New Year to publish an opinion piece by an academic disingenuously promoting a one-state solution.
The NY Times fails to explain what a one-state solution really means.
The New York Times gives the front page of its Sunday Review to an anti-Israel academic.
The Israeli electorate heads to the center confounding the international media.
I come to bury the one-state solution, not praise it. Now that Hamas is laying the groundwork to declare Gaza’s independence from Palestine, it’s easier to be dismissive of arguments for the one-state solution, like this op-ed in The Independent. Fatah fecklessness, a non-existent peace process, Muslim Brotherhood power in Egypt, and Hamas’ sheer willpower means…
Commentary • I’m starting off with a great Wall St. Journal staff-ed (click via Google News) about the “Cinderella story” of Daniel Shechtman’s chemistry research: Today, Mr. Shechtman’s observations have been fully validated and quasicrystals are beginning to have commercial applications. But his story is a reminder that a consensus of scientists is no substitute…
The idea of Israel exporting democracy to its Arab neighbors always seemed like a far-fetched idea for this jaded blogger. But the time is ripe for David Suissa’s hopeful 22-State Solution: Israel can surely keep chasing the dream of peace with Hamas and the Palestinians, which would be wonderful if it ever happened. But if…
The Independent’s columnist serves up another one-sided op-ed.
A primer on the core issues confronting world leaders and the media.
How can a journalist “forget” his interviewee’s position at the head of an anti-Israel NGO?