Tag Archives: Benjamin Netanyahu

Obama’s New Middle East

How President Obama would address, in his speech on recent developments in the Middle East, the three key players, which have not participated in any constructive way in what is called the Arab Uprising, was in fact quite interesting. First … Continue reading

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The Unholy Land

Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has reportedly surprised his Premier Benjamin Netanyahu when briefing him about his own map of Palestine he had drawn in provisional borders. Apparently, Lieberman believes that we believe that once a state has provisionally been … Continue reading

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Two States Are Not a Solution

When recently having read, with growing admiration, Shlomo Sand’s sober and, in essence, scientific analysis of ‘The Invention of the Jewish People,’ in which he reduces Jewish, largely ethnocentric, nationalism, or Zionism, to a great misconception and anachronism, I became … Continue reading

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Much Ado about Nothing

  Not even as an example of bad journalism, the rather warmongering piece by Jeffrey Goldberg in The Atlantic last week isn’t really worth of reading through all its fifteen printed pages. That there had been or will be a Point … Continue reading

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Netanyahu’s Jerusalem

Jews have been living in the Middle East for thousands of years. Likewise for thousands of years, Jews had been quarreling with other peoples living in Palestine. When the Jews (or rather their nobles and aristocrats), after their Babylonian captivity, … Continue reading

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