When last I wrote about the painful electoral situation in the US, I said I would return to news about Israel very soon.
The news was startling and in some respects very exciting:
On Thursday, first President Trump and then Prime Minister Netanyahu made the announcement: United
Perhaps we truly are on the verge of significant positive changes. But then again, we may be facing only frustration and stagnation. It’s
It is such an enormously tangled time.
I want to begin by sharing something that is a source of enormous pride. It bolsters
Please, be sure to read this to the end.
I turn first today to President Trump’s State of the Union address, delivered on
How quickly things can change.
Last week, after President Trump unveiled his “Deal of the Century,” there was euphoria, both here in Israel
He really is in the details.
As promised, this is my follow-up posting on the “Deal of the Century.” I think it likely
It was Vice President Mike Pence, a speaker today at the Fifth World Holocaust Forum gathering—“Remembering the Holocaust, Fighting Antisemitism” at Yad Vashem—who
It is terribly sad. And more still, infuriating.
How did we get to this place?
Last Thursday, November 21, Attorney General Avichai