Two Jewish nations, one flag

Two Jewish nations, one flag

Appeared originally in The Jerusalem Post Christiane Amanpour was on my balcony scanning the Mount of Olives and the Temple Mount with her eyes. The CNN journalist had come to my home to interview me about “settlers” and the Bible, and I guessed from her line of...
National identity theft at UNESCO

National identity theft at UNESCO

Appeared originally in The Jerusalem Post One has to hand it to the Palestinian Authority. When it adopts a policy of delegitimizing Israel, it goes all the way. Once again it is attempting to co-opt UNESCO, this time to expropriate the tombs of the very founders of...
AIPAC 2017 – 4th Pilgrimage Holiday

AIPAC 2017 – 4th Pilgrimage Holiday

Appeared originally in The Jerusalem Post Last year I wrote about the annual AIPAC Policy Conference and called it the “Fourth Pilgrimage Holiday” or the “American Pilgrimage,” and here I am again reporting on what I saw at the massive gathering of Jews and Israel...
A Settler’s View of Israel’s Future

A Settler’s View of Israel’s Future

Originally posted in the New York Times When Israel declared independence in 1948, Jordan, along with five other Arab states, attacked Israel, occupied Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem, and drove out Jewish residents. Again, in 1967, Jordan attempted to wipe out...