Opinion

Jerusalem Post's talented team of journalists provides insight into their work presented in the opinion section. This section highlights the beliefs and values that experienced writers who are witnessing the Middle East turmoil unfold. Their first hand encounters with world leaders have shaped their opinions and world views to be shared on this page.

Condemn antisemitism without equivocation to Islamophobia - Opinion

“Black lives matter” represent a stance against Black intolerance. Following the October 7th massacre of more than 1,200 Israelis, injuring 7,000 more, the Jewish community asks: condemn antisemitism

This Passover Jews must fight for liberation

Take notice of the enemies who wish to destroy us, and take heart that we will always be strong enough to win. This moment, now, is our generation’s turn to show our strength.

 Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reviews armed forces during a graduation ceremony

Israel’s lack of vision is a blessing for Iran

"Throughout this damned campaign, Israel has demonstrated once again that it never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity," writes the author.

By GIL MURCIANO
21/04/2024

Sleepless nights: Israelis' striking resilience as rockets rain above

"On October 7, as Israelis mobilized spontaneously to save Israel, we realized what we were willing to die for, and thus what we want to live for," writes the author.

21/04/2024

The paradox of the Pesach symbols

Our challenge for this Passover is not to lose sight of either, making space for both our heartbreak and our hope, praying that it won’t be long before we “sing a new song upon our salvation."

By KENNETH BRANDER
21/04/2024

Calling for the release of hostages is not only a leftist position

We should insist that even religious or ultra-Orthodox individuals should be able to express their support for the release of the hostages.

21/04/2024

Flotilla with humanitarian aid can lead to catastrophe

The new flotilla could result in catastrophe and should not be allowed.

No atheists in a foxhole: Turning to God during hardship

The adage, “There are no atheists in a foxhole” encapsulates this phenomenon, suggesting that in moments of peril, belief in a higher power surges, becoming a beacon of solace and hope.

By JONATHAN LIEBERMAN
21/04/2024

Thanks to the UN's bias against Israel, Islamic extremism reached Europe

Why do countries not wake up and see what is already happening in European countries, with Islamic enclaves established by the refugees that even the local police are afraid to enter?

By DAVID BEN-BASAT
20/04/2024

Israel's lack of direction weakens global Jewry

The government, and especially the cabinet, must abandon the paralysis of indecision and chart a decisive course. Failure to do so will imperil the State of Israel and all its citizens.

20/04/2024
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