President Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran is the best thing that could have happened to Israel at this time. Until now, Iran was able to develop nuclear capabilities below the radar, with the help of a security […]Read More
Do you know the joke about the guy who murdered his parents, and then begged the court for mercy because he was an orphan?
Who brought us the miserable nuclear agreement with Iran, if not Binyamin Netanyahu? It was his policy […]
Moshe Feiglin said on Sunday that the removal of the sanctions from Iran is “an epic failure of Israel’s strategy, which completely relied on international sanctions.”
“The person largely responsible for the victory celebrations in Iran and the possibility of an […]
The comparison between PM Golda Meir’s Yom Kippur War debacle and PM Netanyahu’s nuclear Iran debacle does a great disservice to Golda. Golda was surprised, Golda was misled; Netanyahu had the information and he also had yours truly, who attempted […]Read More
The signing of the nuclear accords with Iran is the great failure of both Right and Left.
In Israel, the only question being asked in Israel right now is if Netanyahu correctly managed Israel’s retreat. If that is the question, then […]
PM Netanyahu explained today that the lifting of sanctions on Iran will necessarily lead to the completion of a number of Iranian nuclear bombs. In effect, what the PM is explaining is that his decade-long strategy of making speeches warning […]Read More
The purpose of the agreement drawn up with Iran is not to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power. The agreement will simply be a fig leaf for the world leaders who have already accepted a nuclear Iran as fact.
25 Kislev, 5774
Nov. 27, ‘13
Translated from Makor Rishon
On Sunday, Israel’s security strategy collapsed before our very eyes. The strategy that had served as the foundation of Israel’s policies on the Iranian nuclear threat: to essentially transfer the responsibility to deal […]
“This week we witnessed the collapse of the preconception that has guided Israel’s strategy for dealing with the Iranian nuclear threat. That is entirely clear and we all agree on that point. If we ask ourselves when it was technically […]Read More
21 Kislev, 5774
Nov. 24, ‘13
The Iranian version of the Munich Agreement was just signed in Geneva. Like Czechoslovakia in 1938, which was not party to the Western powers’ discussions that effectively brought about its demise, Israel today watches from the […]