Lost in the debate over CUNY's granting playwright Tony Kushner an honorary degree because of his anti-Israel remarks is whether his accusations are true.
Factors similar to those that created the warring parties in Libya today were at play in Israel in 1948. Knowing Libya now should bring some understanding to the Palestinian "refugee" problem.
The question brings us to an examination of the Fourth Geneva Convention and the Red Cross, and reveals an uphill battle against law and reason for those who want the settlements gone.
They are fully committed to violence, and with international money flowing in, they have no incentive to change.
Islamists can't compete with what the West can offer, if presented carefully and correctly.
Will it be a force for peace and stability? What do Palestinian leaders really want?
As long as the IHH is only attacking Israel, the Obama administration seems loath to uncover them. But in the meantime, is anyone making sure they don't target the U.S.?
Defense Minister Barak's bungling of the flotilla boarding is yet another example of his ineptitude and irresponsibility.
Revelations about anti-Israel NGOs funded by the New Israel Fund and the Peres Center for Peace are the tip of the iceberg.
Obama is putting Israel in a position where he can portray the country as the key roadblock on Iran and other issues.
Israel is thoroughly united against Obama, but Netanyahu's willingness to categorize parts of Israel as having less status than Jerusalem is dangerous. (See also Roger L. Simon: How not to make Middle East peace)
If President Obama and his administration thought they were in a position to force Israel to make more concessions, they were wrong.
The New York Times columnist tries to explain Islamic hatred of the West without discussing jihad or its apologists.
The Palestinians are essentially a historical concoction intended to advance Arab aims.
The Israeli prime minister is demonstrating a sure hand in building his coalition and in dealing with the world.
The Red Cross never fails to condemn the Jewish state.
Obama's unilateral demands of Israel are unprecedented actions by an American president.