29 Nissan, 5774/April 29, ‘14
In a ‘private’ conversation, John Kerry unleashed the well-known narrative that dictates that if Israel does not retreat, it will become an apartheid state and suffer the same fate as South Africa. . Kerry even showed deep […]
1 Nissan, 5774
April 1, ’14
Our Sages say that in the month of Nissan, the Nation of Israel was redeemed from Egypt and in the month of Nissan they will be redeemed in the future. This is a special month: the […]
30 Shvat, 5774
Jan. 31, ‘14
The root of the evil is the across-the-board political consensus to conduct negotiations over our Land. When Jewish Home Chairman Naftali Bennett does not oppose the negotiations, why should he complain about the Prime Minister? Netanyahu […]
When Kerry threatens Israel with a boycott, it is only proper to remind him that Israeli exports to the US amount to more than 30% of our imports from America. While the Israeli exports – mostly hi-tech – are difficult […]Read More
First Publish: 2/2/2014, 10:14 AM
MK Moshe Feiglin
Israel’s current negotiations with the Palestinian Authority (PA) – and the aid given to Israel by the United States – are worse for the Israeli economy than international boycotts would be, MK Moshe […]Read More
16 Shvat, 5774
Jan. 17, ‘14
Translated from Makor Rishon
Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon is a straight-shooter. To understand last week’s brouhaha over Ya’alon’s private remarks on Secretary of State John Kerry, one must re-read Ya’alon’s book, The Long Short Path. Ya’alon, born […]
By GIL HOFFMAN
Likud MK Feiglin: The foreign minister is encouraging concessions to Palestinians and endangering Israel.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman faced criticism from colleagues in his Likud Beytenu faction Monday for his surprisingly dovish statements to ambassadors Sunday.
He told the ambassadors […]Read More
Clearly, Abu Mazen will not agree to Kerry’s security arrangements. The negotiations will collapse , terror will explode and Israel will be blamed.
Why does this keep happening? Why does Israel, always willing to negotiate, lose its international legitimacy while those […]