It appears that in order to revoke an ancient law such as the fast of Tamuz 17, there really has to be a major consensus among all of us that the time of joy and gladness is here again.
The 'West Bank' can easily be reclaimed as part of the Zionist narrative, as it describes a political reality both before and after 1967.
It is impossible to paint lipstick on either of these pigs, but in the competition between Halloween and Christmas over which of the two holidays is more dangerous Halloween wins out, hands down.
I fully expect that next year’s Policy Conference, 50 years after the Six Day War, will include panels discussing serious alternatives to the Two-State Solution.
Two-State has flatlined, and only fuddy-duddys like yourself, Mr. Ban Ki Moon, continue to obsess over reviving it.
"Anyone looking for the image of the modern Hellenist, should gaze at the image of Sarid," Ben-Ari wrote.
The jeweler said: "She was just a girl, dressed like a pupil. She was all covered up except for the face. She did not scream or speak."
The NY Times has pushed a persistent, relentless campaign to keep Pollard in jail for many years now. They've collaborated in this with the most anti-Israeli forces in every Administration, left, right and middle.
Huma Abedin, who was raised in Saudi Arabia, is a major candidate for the post of Chief of Staff in the Clinton White House, should Hillary win next November.
"You are a typical colonialist, meddling in other people's issues because you are convinced you know better. "
More than actual security threats, this is the issue of our time — fear — and it is obvious that the goal of the terrorists is to discourage us.
The cumulative impression is that Ma'an reporters have yet to see any real attack perpetrated by Arabs against Israelis, they all took place supposedly.
While the ISIS affiliates make up a very small portion of Gaza’s population, "the combination of political paralysis, stalled reconstruction, and ongoing economic issues" in Gaza present a serious threat to Hamas.
It is a well established point of online decorum, that the first person to mention the Holocaust in a debate loses, regardless of his or her position. And so, when CNBC interviewer John Harwood on Tuesday asked Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders about his being compared with the National Socialist...