Business & Innovation
By AMY SPIRO
By BRIAN BLUM
By BARBARA SOFER
By ANTHONY WEISS
By HERB KEINON
By GERSHON BASKIN
While a large number of Israelis and Palestinians support peace, a majority believe it is not possible.
By SARIT ZEHAVI
The Shi’ite axis and security implications for Israel.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
By JESSE RABINOWITZ
I used to taunt the protesters who stood outside AIPAC’s conference. This year, I was a protester, and the AIPAC attendees taunted me.
By GABRIEL ROSENBERG
Once true cause of radical Islamic terrorism is understood, West will realize that Israel is a valuable partner.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
If it were not so sad, it would be funny!
By HANNAH BROWN
Disability activists and donors should drop by Kishorit, or an apartment like Danny’s, to get a crash course in what a real community looks like.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
One thing that makes Trump dangerous to Republicans is that he has little if any sense of party loyalty.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
A future Palestinian state will have Islam as the dominant aspect of its governing system, despite Western wishful thinking to the contrary.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
American partisan politics are traditionally supposed to “stop at the water’s edge” with regard to Israel.
By MICHAEL LAITMAN
If there is any hatred more enigmatic than antisemitism, it is Jewish antisemitism. Our self-hatred is a sinister, undying fountain, but it will not dry out until we find its trigger and defuse it.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Once the FN has been legitimized in France, Israel’s attitude toward it may well become an increasingly marginal consideration.
By JOSEPH M BIANCHI
Trump brings a new style of governing to the world stage.
By ELY KARMON
Israel should reach out to the US to get it involved alongside Israel in a situation which closely concerns President Donald Trump’s assumed interest.
When will we ever learn?
By GIL TROY
May their examples be infectious and teach cowardly Jewish enablers to stand up for themselves.
By EARL COX
Unlike the Palestinian mindset, Jews don’t fight with the goal of inflicting harm or death – but to preserve and protect life.
By ISI LEIBLER
Netanyahu faces a very difficult challenge in his effort to avoid potential confrontations with Trump.
Contractors resist change, claiming that strengthening safety measures on building sites would cut into their bottom line.
By EHUD (UDI) EIRAN
How would a close Chinese- Israeli relationship affect Israel’s own democracy, already under strain lately?
By KENNETH BANDLER
“They turned away from defenseless men, women and children who died gasping for breath when Assad’s forces dropped their poisonous gas.”
By NIRUBAN BALACHANDRAN
“We can’t be a mediator if we don’t know Israel. We must be close with both Israel and Palestine.”
By OREN PELEG
“My mind was blown. The values of Israelis align with my own. It was a huge misunderstanding on my part.”
By MICAH HALPERN
I have witnessed conversations on Broadway that received ugly stares and glances of disgust from passersby.
By RUTHIE BLUM
“The EU is fast going toward drowning in its own fears.”
“Our problem with the Arabs is not a quarrel about a piece of land or territory, but they refuse to believe that we have a right to exist at all.”
By DAVID LEHRER
We have had over 20 years to build strong relations with our neighbors but instead have allowed fear and security concerns to overwhelm public diplomacy.
By YVETTE NAHMIA-MESSINAS
Am I willing to risk the comfort zone of the known to pursue my passion?
The threat of elections still lingers in the air in Israel as a deal between Washington DC and Jerusalem on the construction of settlements continues to be worked on.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The terrorists were freed on condition that they did not engage in either terrorism or incitement of terrorism subsequent to their release.
By RHONA BURNS
By BARRY DAVIS
By SARAH LEVI
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By MIKE GROPPER
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