May 10, 2014

A Sad Independence Day for Israel

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

The reconstitution of the Jewish state, and its growth within three generations from a third world economic and military basket case into a prosperous and powerful country, is among the most astounding success story in human history. Certainly it is the greatest story of Jewish success since Joshua led a nation of former slaves in conquering and settling the land of Israel some 3,500 years ago.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Israel

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

May 4, 2014
Obama's Foreign Policy? Not Terrible
New York Times
Taken as a whole and stripped as much as possible of ideological blinkers, Mr. Obama’s record on foreign policy is not as bad as his critics say. It’s just not good enough. more ››
May 5, 2014
John Kerry's Mideast Surrender
Washington Post
The United States should also seek to reverse the deterioration of Palestinian government that has occurred since the 79-year-old Mr. Abbas — whose term as elected president expired more than five years ago — forced out a... more ››
May 2, 2014
Learning the Lessons of the Past
Benjamin Netanyahu, Jerusalem Post
When you refuse to accept reality as it is, you can deny it. This is precisely what the leaders of the West did. They dismissed the murderous Nazi rhetoric as internal German politics; they downplayed the seriousness of the... more ››
May 1, 2014
U.S. Billionaire Buying Up Israel's Media
Ruth Eglash, Washington Post
Las Vegas casino magnate and GOP super donor Sheldon Adelson is gambling on a new venture. On Wednesday, after the Israeli antitrust authority approved his purchase of two more news outlets, the Jewish... more ››
May 1, 2014
Dear Mr. Kerry, We Aren't Children
Einat Wilf, Global Public Square
The April 29 deadline set by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for securing peace and a Palestinian state has passed. And so, after all the back and forth of threats and demands, and the Fatah-Hamas unity deal... more ››